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This report provides a quick-reference guide to Mexico’s Organic Products Law (LPO) enforcement in 2022. The National Service for Food and Agricultural Health, Safety, and Quality (SENASICA) and the Consumer Protection Office (PROFECO) share enforcement responsibilities at points of entry and points of sale, respectively. Contact information and resources for both entities is provided.
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Mexico: Changes to Organic Product Labeling

Mexico has published new guidelines for use of its organic seal. Use of the organic seal is voluntary, but when used on organic products sold in Mexico, should follow the guidelines published in the Federal Gazette on December 3, 2021. The new...
This report serves as an update to “Reminder - New Organic Product Requirements to Take Effect in January 2022” (GAIN report no. MX2021-0072) and to disseminate organic compliance information, as shared by the National Service for Food and...
Mexico's new certification requirements for bulk/raw organic product imports will enter into force on January 1, 2022.
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India: Organic Industry Market Report - 2021

India’s organic agricultural, food, and retail sectors are going strong despite the COVID-19 pandemic in market year (MY) 2020/2021 (April-March).
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Vietnam: Vietnam Organic Market

Vietnam’s consumption of health and wellness products has significantly increased in recent years as its consumers become more affluent and health conscious.
Mexico has updated its organic products law (LPO by its Spanish acronym) enforcement notification to the World Trade Organization (WTO) from the Committee on Sanitary and Phytosanitary (SPS) Measures to the Committee on Technical Barriers to Trade...
The extension for imports of organic raw materials entering Mexico to comply with the Organic Products Law (LPO) is official policy as of June 16, 2021.
Mexico posted a draft proposal to extend the deadline for imported products to comply with Mexico’s Organic Products Law (LPO) from June 2021 to January 2022.
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Mexico: Organic Law 'LPO' Enforcement in 2021

On December 26, 2020, Mexico published a measure that requires most organic raw materials and bulk products to be certified to Mexico’s Organic Law (LPO) standards by June 26, 2021. The includes products that will require proof of LPO certification at the border.
Mexico maintains its deadline for organic product imports of bulk/raw material to be certified under its organics law (LPO) by June 26, 2021.
From July 25, 2021, Japan’s organic standards for livestock products will encompass turkey products. Once the regulation goes into effect, all turkey products sold as “organic” will require...