New Norms fro exportations in Nicaragua

As of the 23rd of this month, new policies governing the artisan, food, and energy industries, among others will come into effect.

Friday, November 7, 2008

Minister of Industrial and Commercial Development (Mific), Orlando Solarzano explained what they are looking for is to normalize the production and distribution of certain products: crafts, black clay, jams and petroleum derivatives.

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Changes in Health Standards required to export to Canada

June 2014

New legislation establishes the same inspection processes for food imports and exports and domestically produced foodstuffs.

From a press release issued by the American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture (IICA):

Exporters in Latin America and the Caribbean who market their products in Canada will probably have to improve their agricultural health and food safety (AHFS) controls if Canada approves a proposal aimed at modernizing its regulations.

Consultation on New FDA Rules

March 2014

A series of new rules proposed by the FDA are in public consultation with the aim of improving practices in sanitary food transportation and avoiding tampering.

From a press release by the Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture:

Two new proposals by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) would force food producers and importers in the country to improve the practices of sanitary transportation of food and implement actions to prevent intentional adulteration. "

Stricter Rules for Exporting to U.S.

January 2012

A bill will impose more stringent requirements for labeling, product production and processing, and even the prohibition of certain ingredients.

Starting from March, the U.S. will toughen requirements for exports to its market through the Safety Act or Food Safety Modernization Act, which aims to prevent illness from the consumption of imported foods, reported

Economic Crisis Already Felt in Nicaragua

February 2009

Lower demand and prices for the primary products of export have caused the country’s sales revenue to fall by 29%.

Ervin Sánchez writes in "Information supplied by the Center of Export Procedures is at the same time verifyed in an analysis carried out by the economist Adolfo Acevedo, who is an advisor of the Civil Coordinator.

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