Regulación de Alimentos
This report was prepared by the Office of Agricultural Affairs in the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad, Iraq. Iraq is still going through a transition from a centrally-run economic system to a more market-oriented economy. Across the government, many regulations and policies are being revised; therefore, information in this report is subject to change. Iraqi importers can confirm current regulations through local authorities. Regulatory agencies and contacts are provided in the appendix.
Responsibility for the safety of food and agricultural products in Denmark is shared between three Danish authorities: The Danish Veterinary and Food Administration, the Danish Plant Directorate and the Danish Directorate for Fisheries. The food administration is the central supervisory authority for matters relating to food, including imports.
Guía para identificar los principales requisitos exigidos para el ingreso de productos agrícolas frescos y procesados.
La importación de los alimentos en la Unión Europea está sujeta al cumplimiento de diversas leyes y reglamentos destinados a proteger la salud humana, animal y vegetal, así como para garantizar su calidad e inocuidad.
As a member of the European Union, the Government of Portugal applies EU regulations and legislation, where available, regarding the importation of food, feed, feed ingredients and beverages. Food laws of individual member states have mostly been fully harmonized into EU law. However, it is important to note that when EU-wide legislation is incomplete or absent, Portuguese laws apply and imported product must meet existing Portuguese requirements.
In Belize, there are several government agencies involved with food-laws. The Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries (MAF) (http://www.agriculture.gov.bz/) has the legal responsibility of food safety and quarantine. The Ministry of Economic Development, Commerce, Industry and Consumer Protection has the responsibility in terms of local production and import quotas. Finally, the Belize Bureau of Standards (BOS) is responsible for all food standards and labeling laws.