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.
Poda de verano en manzanos Red Delicious: efecto sobre la calidad de la fruta y las hojas de los dardos
Esta guía pretende facilitar la correcta implementación de la normativa referida al rotulado de los alimentos por parte de las empresas alimentarias.
Es un servicio para el sector, que contribuye a disminuir los costos de transacción facilitando los trámites y los tiempos en la aprobación de los productos por parte de las autoridades competentes, permitiendo un mejor ingreso de los productos en la cadena de comercialización.
En el presente Manual se plantea una recopilación de los principales cultivos hortícolas que pueden desarrollarse en una huerta familiar, desde la teoría y con la práctica, a través de una metodología descriptiva basada en cuatro puntos:
Imports of consumer oriented food and beverages (F&B) in 2011 are expected to continue to increase to approximately $1 billion because of strong domestic demand. Government policies which encourage expenditure and consumption, plus high inflation and a relatively stable exchange rate are expected to result in larger imports. However, the government is expected to monitor closely imports as a means of trying to maintain a surplus trade balance and provide some protection to local processors.
Fresh lemon production for CY 2009/10 is forecast at 1 million MT, unchanged from USDA’s previous estimate for the year, but down from the 1.4 million tons now estimated for 2008/09, due to drought and frosts this growing cycle. Fresh orange production for 2009/10 is lowered to 750,000 MT from USDA’s previous forecast of 840,000 MT, while production was revised upward to 900,000 tons for the previous year.
This report provides information on regulations and standards for importing U.S. food and beverages into Argentina. In general, Argentina is an import-friendly country with few regulations, which usually are applied consistently, but unexpected changes in current regulations may require additional efforts to ensure that export operations are successful.
Post forecasts a decrease in fresh lemon production for CY 2010 to 1 million MT due to a severe drought and late frosts. Fresh orange production is expected to increase to 840,000 MT, and fresh tangerine production is estimated to rebound to 370,000 MT, as a result of good weather conditions. Fresh grapefruit production is projected to decrease slightly to 225,000 MT, as area planted to grapefruit is decreasing.