How to Export Food to Canada

On February 28, a free seminar on the safety regulations that Canadian authorities require to market food will be held in Guatemala City.

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

From a statement issued by Agexport:

The Business Intelligence Unit at the Market Development and Commercial Promotion Department of AGEXPORT and the Embassy of Canada in Guatemala are calling on exporters who have experience in exporting food to the Canadian market.

On February 28, 2018, the free seminar "Regulation and regulations to export to Canada" will be held at AGEXPORT's facilities.  The aim of the event is to advise on changes to import controls for food safety.

Read full release (in Spanish). 

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