Haiti: FAIRS Country Report

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This report is an overview of general legal and technical requirements imposed by Haiti for food and agricultural imports. The following sections of this report indicate the requirements for: Food Laws; Labeling Requirements; Packaging and Container requirements; Food Additive Regulations; Pesticides and Other Contaminants; Other Requirements, Regulations, and Registration measures; Other Specific Standards; Trademarks, Brand Names and Intellectual Property Rights; Import Procedures; and Trade Facility. In 2020, the Government of Haiti changed the import procedures under a new agreement with Governments and Institutions Services (SGS), a private contractor with the government that handles the administrative review of contracts and collecting duties prior to unloading cargo at Haitian ports.

Haiti: FAIRS Country Report

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