Honduras: Food and Agricultural Import Regulations and Standards Export Certificate Report

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   HO2022-0009

The National Plant, Animal Health and Food Safety Service (SENASA) is the regulatory agency in Honduras who is responsible for the inspection of all agricultural products that enter Honduras. The Sanitary Regulation Agency (Agencia de Regulacion Sanitaria-ARSA) is in charge of product registration, authorizations for import of raw materials and additives for food processing, surveillance, and inspection of food products approved for sale in the retail or wholesale market in Honduras. The certificates requested by these two agencies are described in this report.

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