France: FAIRS Country Report

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France, as a European Union (EU) Member State, applies EU directives and regulations to its food and agricultural import regulatory regime, with only few exceptions. U.S. food and agricultural suppliers to France should verify with local importers and appropriate U.S. regulatory agencies for the most current local requirements prior to shipping. The following Food and Agricultural Import Regulations and Standards the following (FAIRS) Report should also read in conjunction with the FAIRS Report prepared by the U.S. Mission to the EU’s Office of Agricultural Affairs in Brussels.

France: FAIRS Country Report

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