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This report includes updates in Section II Labeling Requirements: 2.10 GM Food Labeling; Section III Packaging and Container Regulations; Section VII Other Specific Standards: 7.14 Salt and 7.15 Genetically Modified Food.
This report lists certificates required by Thai government agencies for U.S. products exported to Thailand, including fruit and vegetables, live animals, beef, canned or preserved meat and poultry products, other processed meat products, processed or frozen seafood, hides and skins, distillers dried grains, live animals, and any food that undergoes a production process (i.e., make, mix, prepare and re-packing).
Burma’s aquaculture production and export in MY 2021/22 will remain flat as COVID-19 restrictions and the military coup continue to dampen the economy. Post anticipates lower U.S. soybean meal (SBM) and distiller’s dried grain with solubles (DDGS) exports to Burma in MY 2021/22 in line with slower aquaculture development and changes in foreign currency controls.
Quarterly Agricultural Export Forecast

Quarterly Agricultural Export Forecast

FAS and the Economic Research Service jointly publish the quarterly Outlook for U.S. Agricultural Trade. The agricultural export forecast is updated February, May, August, and November.
The Burmese government requires importers to have an import license before product leaves the exporting country.
Social media has become an indispensable tool for marketing food and beverages in Thailand. Effective social media marketing is the key for growth in any food and beverage business; however, the social media landscape is changing continuously as new platforms and features emerge.
The Burmese Government published new labeling requirements for prepackage food on January 20, 2022. An unofficial translation of the original order is attached to this report.
Russian invasion of Ukraine is expected to significantly affect Thai agriculture. Agricultural production costs are expected to increase 7-13 percent in livestock production and 10-17 percent in field crops due to the surge in prices of feed-quality grains and fertilizers.
Attaché Report (GAIN)

Thailand: Thailand's Food and Restaurant Trends in 2022

The COVID-19 health crisis continues to change the behavior of consumers and shaping new trends in the food and restaurant industry. Restaurants and retail stores are producing new products and services that are based on the consumer trends towards health and wellness.
Attaché Report (GAIN)

Cambodia: FAIRS Annual Country Report

This report provides information on the food and agricultural import regulations and standards in Cambodia. Cambodia is a growing market for U.S. agricultural exports, with exports valued at over $72 million in 2020.
FAS/Bangkok successfully negotiated with the Thai Food and Drug Administration to accept the Global Seafood Alliance’s Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP) seafood processing standard – Issue – 5.1 for U.S. seafood exports to Thailand.
This report lists certificates required by Thai government agencies for U.S. products exported to Thailand, including fruit and vegetables, live animals, beef, canned or preserved meat and poultry products, other processed meat products, processed or frozen seafood, hides and skins, distillers dried grains, live animals, and any food that undergoes a production process (i.e., make, mix, prepare and re-packing).