Mexico: Reminder - New Organic Product Requirements to Take Effect in January 2022

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Mexico's new certification requirements for bulk/raw organic product imports will enter into force on January 1, 2022. The affected products are listed by harmonized system (HS) tariff code in the Measure published in December 2020 (see FAS GAIN MX2021-0023). Processed products are also subject to Mexican organics law (LPO) requirements in order to be marketed/sold as organic in Mexico. This report serves as a reminder of the approaching implementation date for the new certification requirements. The report also provides a link to the list of approved Mexican organic certifiers.

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