Barbados: Barbados Sets New Import Requirements for Animal Products

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For nearly two years, the Caribbean Basin Agricultural Trade Office (CBATO), in coordination with Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS), the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS), and the Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS), engaged Barbados in bilateral discussions that recently culminated with issuance of clearer requirements for dairy products for human consumption, ornamental feathers, leather and products based on animal skins (including drums) sourced from the United States. U.S. suppliers of these products, mostly small to medium-sized entities, will find it easier to supply these small but steady markets (combined value of approximately US$3 million).

Barbados: Barbados Sets New Import Requirements for Animal Products

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