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Denmark - Food and Agricultural Import Regulations and Standards 2011

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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.

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Asa Wideback
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USDA GAIN
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2011

Denmark - Food and Agricultural Import Regulations and Standards

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Responsibility for the safety of food and agricultural products in Denmark is shared between two Danish authorities: The Danish Veterinary and Food Administration and the Danish Agrifish Agency. The food administration is the central supervisory authority for matters relating to food, including imports.

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Asa Wideback
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USDA GAIN
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2012

World Tariff Profiles 2011

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WTO ITC UNCTAD
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WTO ITC UNCTAD
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2011
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The Organic Market in Europe

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Globally, the organic market reached 54.9 billion US dollars in 2009. A large part of the turnover was in Europe (48 percent) and in North America (48.1 percent). Since 1999 (15.2 billion US dollars), the global market for organic products more than trebled (Sahota 2011).

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Lukas Kilcher
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Helga Willer
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Beate Huber
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Claudia Frieden
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Res Schmutz
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Otto Schmid
Publisher: 
Swiss Import Promotion Programme (SIPPO)
Year: 
2011

Agricultural Standards Book

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sippo.gifThe food market is regulated by various standards and regulations owing to the growth of consumer awareness on food safety, social and environmental. This booklet consists of standards that apply to agricultural products produced in Indonesia and that are required by worldwide markets. Each standard and regulation has its own market. To enter the market, producers should meet the required standards for the respective market that has been entered.

Authors: 
MM Diyan Hastarini
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Swiss Import Promotion Programme
Year: 
2010
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