Trinidad and Tobago: Food and Agricultural Import Relations and Standards

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U.S. suppliers willing to clear initial hurdles will find Trinidad and Tobago to be an import-friendly country allowing for relatively smooth flowing movement of food products through its borders. While most products compliant with U.S. standards are fully acceptable, special attention needs to be given to licensing, certification, labeling and documentation for select products in order to avoid customs clearance delays.

Trinidad and Tobago: Food and Agricultural Import Relations and Standards

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