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On October 1, 2021, Mexico published a tariff rate quota (TRQ) applicable to soybean imports from all trading partners, which took effect immediately and will be in force through December 31, 2021.
On October 4, 2021, the Consumer Protection Agency (PROFECO) announced that nine brands of instant soup would be temporarily removed from the market due to noncompliance with Mexican labeling laws, namely misleading declarations regarding product content, or because of high levels of ingredients perceived to pose health risks, such as fats, salt, sugar, and calories.
This report provides examples for the major export certificates and other documents required by the government of El Salvador for U.S. exports of food and agricultural products.
This report outlines the requirements for exporting food and agricultural products to Jamaica in 2021.
Eager to put the COVID-19 pandemic behind it, the Caribbean is doing all it can to attract visitors and kick-start its tourism sector in 2021.
This report lists and describes certificates and other documents that must accompany food and agricultural imports to Chile as required by Chilean regulations.
This report is an annual update of the food import standards and enforcement mechanisms in Colombia.
This report outlines Colombia’s requirements for import permits and export certificates for multiple food products for human and animal consumption.
SENASA and ARSA have significantly expedited import processes with on-line import permit, sanitary authorizations of imported raw materials, additives and sanitary registration platforms and immediate electronic delivery to ports of entry and importers since January 2021.
The National Plant, Animal Health and Food Safety Service (SENASA) is the regulatory agency responsible for the inspection of all agricultural products that enter Honduras.
This report contains the list of all the mandatory export certificates required by the Government of Guatemala for U.S. agricultural exports. This report has no changes from its 2020 prior version.
Guatemala has adopted the new Central American Technical Regulation RTCA 67.04.77:20, which establishes specifications for butter. Guatemala has issued Technical Norm 002-2021, to be notified to the WTO for comments, to govern the registration and surveillance of food supplements.