Regulación de Alimentos

Czech Republic - Food and Agricultural Import Regulations and Standards

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The Czech Republic became a member of the European Union in May 2004 and so all EU directions apply. Any exporter from the United States must be familiar with Czech food laws and EU regulations and directions which overrule any Czech legislation.

Autores: 
Jana Mikulasova
Editora: 
USDA GAIN
Año: 
2011

Serbia - Food and Agricultural Import Regulations and Standards

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This report provides information on Serbian regulations and standards concerning food, agriculture, agricultural products and foreign trade. It includes information on labeling, packaging, food additives and import procedures. Important points of contact or relevant government agencies for U.S. food exporters are listed in the appendices.
The following newly adopted laws and regulations in Serbia are relevant both for locally processed and imported foods:

Autores: 
Tatjana Maslac
Editora: 
USDA GAIN
Año: 
2011

Bahamas - Food and Agricultural Import Regulations and Standards

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Autores: 
Mark Ford
Autores: 
Omar Gonzalez
Editora: 
USDA GAIN
Año: 
2011

Labelling Guide to Bottler’s details

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Intended audience: Bottlers of wine sector products in the UK
Regional coverage: All UK countries
Purpose: Compulsory indication of bottler’s details on wine labels

Autores: 
Food Standards Agency
Editora: 
Food Standards Agency
Año: 
2010

Estudio de Mercado Arándanos en China

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China aún es incipiente en la producción de arándanos, sin embargo a medida que pasa el tiempo es posible apreciar como de manera gradual las distintas provincias han ido incursionando en la producción de esta fruta, con pequeñas cosechas de arándanos en Liaoning y Shandong.

Autores: 
Oficina Comercial de ProChile en Beijing
Editora: 
ProChile
Año: 
2011

Argentina - Food and Agricultural Import Regulations and Standards

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The Argentine Food Code (Código Alimentario Argentino – CAA) is the technical rule created by Law §18284 passed in 1969 and put into force by Decree §2126 in 1971 that regulates locally produced and imported food products. The CAA’s main goal is to protect public health and the good faith in commercial transactions of food products within the National territory of Argentina.

Autores: 
Maria Julia Balbi
Autores: 
Mariana Prosperi
Autores: 
Andrea Yankelevich
Autores: 
Ken Joseph
Editora: 
USDA GAIN
Año: 
2011
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