Dominican Republic: FAIRS Country Report

This report summarizes the key technical and import requirements for food and agricultural products imposed by the Government of the Dominican Republic. Major changes include (1) the enforcement of the sanitary registration requirement for all food products produced domestically and imported, especially for dairy products and wine; (2) a requirement that labels for prepackaged foods be in the Spanish language and placed at origin; and (3) a Certificate of No Objection be issued by the Ministry of Health before alcoholic beverages can be imported into the Dominican Republic. The report describes the relevant policies and processes which U.S. exporters must navigate in order to successfully export their product to the Dominican Republic.

Dominican Republic: FAIRS Country Report