The Food and Agricultural Import Regulations and Standards (FAIRS) report provides an overview of the food laws and regulatory environment in Algeria as it relates to food and agricultural exports.
This report confirms the dropping of dioxin free certificate requirements for U.S. exports of dairy and dairy products to the Sultanate of Oman. For years, Oman required importers to provide a dioxin free certificate from the country of origin for dairy and dairy products, delaying entry and often requiring testing at destination.
Attaché Report (GAIN)

United Arab Emirates: Food Processing Ingredients

The United Arab Emirates' food processing sector is expanding due to significant public and private sector investments, low regional tariffs, and a convenient geographic location bolstered by excellent infrastructure.
The Food and Agricultural Import Regulations and Standards (FAIRS) report provides an overview of the food laws and regulatory environment in Tunisia as it relates to U.S. food and agricultural exports.
Attaché Report (GAIN)

Morocco: FAIRS Annual Country Report

This report outlines Moroccan government requirements for the importation of food and agricultural products for human and animal consumption.
On October 12, 2021, the United States and Morocco completed a sanitary certificate for exports of U.S. live aquatic animals to Morocco. The completion of this certificate offers new opportunities for U.S. exporters of live aquatic animals intended for farming.
The report provides information on export certificates required by the Government of Tunisia.
This report provides information on export certificates required by the Government of Algeria. Effective December 31, 2021, a new regulation requiring Algerian importers to have an electronic trade register for each single sub-group of products they import will be implemented.
The report lists and describes certificates that should accompany food and agricultural products to Israel. It also includes the purpose of each certificate and the governmental agency responsible. In general, an original invoice, bill of lading, packing list, weighing list, health certificate, batch number certificate, invoice declaration, and insurance certificate are required to accompany any shipment.
The second stage of the front of pack labeling regulation entered into force on January 1, 2021. • Israel passes amendments to the Public Health Protection Act (Food) to ease and reduce the regulatory burden on food importation.
The major export certificates required by Saudi Arabia’s regulatory and import control agencies are included in this Food and Agricultural Import Regulations and Standards (FAIRS) - Certificates Report.
In recent years, Saudi Arabia has published several new announcements, regulations, and standards at an extremely rapid pace.