The report provides information on export certificates that the Singapore government requires. The Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority is the national authority responsible for ensuring food safety and food regulations in the country. While Singapore maintains a generally liberal and open trade system, it has strict regulations on the imports of meats, poultry and shellfish – for mainly food safety reasons. For detailed information on Singapore’s regulatory infrastructure and import control policies, and overview of laws and requirement for imported food/agricultural products, please refer to the latest version of GAIN FAIRS Country Report /Narrative 2016.

Singapore: FAIRS Country Report