Caribbean Basin: FAIRS Annual Country Report Barbados

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While Barbados is a relatively open market for most U.S. agricultural products, U.S. suppliers need to pay special attention to export certification requirements for a large number of items, extensive labeling requirements for practically all foodstuffs, and import licensing requirements for some products. This report provides information on Barbados's regulatory environment as it relates to imports of U.S. agricultural products, including information on labeling requirements and import licensing. For information on export certification requirements, please refer to the FAIRS Export Certificate Report for Barbados.

Caribbean Basin: FAIRS Annual Country Report Barbados


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