Egypt: Egypt Relaxes Shelf-Life Requirements for Frozen Fish and Beef Liver

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On April 11, 2020, Egypt’s Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) issued Decree No. 209/2020. The decree extends the shelf-life validity period for imported frozen fish from six- to nine-months and of frozen beef liver from seven- to 10-months. The decree was published in Egypt’s official gazette (AlWakaye Al-Mesreya) on April 11, 2020, and entered effect on the same day of its publication and is valid until December 31, 2020 (see APPENDIX I – Unofficial English Translation).

Egypt: Egypt Relaxes Shelf-Life Requirements for Frozen Fish and Beef Liver

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