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Argentina: Andean tubers must be packed in authorized establishments

Los tubérculos andinos deberán ser empacados en establecimientos habilitados
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Argentina
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Dec 14, 2021
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Mendoza - As of January 15, 2022, shipments of Andean tubers made from Mendoza to other provinces, must be processed at source in packaging authorized by the National Service of Agri-food Health and Quality (Senasa) and issue the Document of Electronic Vegetal Transit (DTV-e). The measure implemented by the organization incorporates Mendoza into the agroecologically suitable zone for the production of Andean tubers, adding it to the provinces of Salta and Jujuy. Those who send Andean tubers outside the production area must obtain the phytosanitary authorization of packing sheds issued by the National Directorate of Plant Protection of Senasa, according to Resolution No. 363/2015 of the national body. Those interested will be able to register online and for free. Senasa reminds operators that, to avoid inconveniences, it is extremely important to close the DTV-e of the merchandise that was received.
Mendoza - As of January 15, 2022, shipments of Andean tubers made from Mendoza to other provinces, must be processed at source in packaging authorized by the National Service of Agri-food Health and Quality (Senasa) and issue the Document of Electronic Vegetal Transit (DTV-e). The measure implemented by the agency incorporates Mendoza into the agroecologically suitable zone for the production of Andean tubers, adding it to the provinces of Salta and Jujuy. Those who send Andean tubers outside the production area must obtain the phytosanitary authorization of packing sheds issued by the National Directorate of Plant Protection of Senasa, according to Resolution No. 363/2015 of the national body. Those interested will be able ...
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