Mexico: Phytosanitary Requirement Sheet Published for US Fresh Potato Imports

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   MX2021-0071

On Saturday, November 6, Mexico's National Service for Agricultural Health, Food Safety, and Agri-Quality (SENASICA) published on its website the Phytosanitary Requirement Sheet (HRF by its Spanish acronym) for U.S. potato imports to the entirety of Mexico. This report provides a courtesy translation of the Requirement Sheet. Disclaimer: The publication of the HRF does not allow for immediate importation of U.S. potatoes to the entirety of Mexico. In the event of a discrepancy or discrepancies between this translation and the HRF or other official communications as published in Spanish, the latter shall prevail.

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