Bangladesh: Food and Agricultural Import Regulations and Standards Country Report

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   BG2021-0021

The FAIRS Annual Country Report maintains the baseline information for Bangladesh as it relates to all food for human and animal consumption. In addition to an overview of the Government of Bangladesh’s (GoB’s) regulatory infrastructure and import control policies, this report includes FAS Dhaka’s assessment of laws and requirements for food and agricultural products imposed on imports. This report is not meant to be a catalogue of all additive and pesticide regulations for all products nor an attempt to list all the GoB food laws. For further information, please contact AgDhaka@usda.gov. Post has not made substantive changes to the report for 2021.

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