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Implementation of 'pre-registration system' for grapes for export to Taiwan... “Strengthening competitiveness”

Published May 29, 2024

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South Korea's Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs will implement a pre-registration system for grape exports to Taiwan to ensure safety from the production stage. This system involves companies and farms completing pesticide safety use training, obtaining an ID, and submitting pesticide residue test results to receive a quarantine certificate. The ministry aims to maintain export growth by responding to Taiwan's move to strengthen safety management at the customs clearance stage. The system has also been applied to exports of vegetables, processed foods, and paprika to Japan, and to strawberries and cabbage to other countries.
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(Seoul = Yonhap News) Reporter Shin Seon-mi = The Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs announced on the 28th that it will implement a pre-registration system for grapes for export to Taiwan. The pre-registration system is a system that manages safety throughout the entire export process from the production stage by assigning a unique registration number (ID) to exporters and farms. According to the implementation of the pre-registration system, companies and farms wishing to export grapes to Taiwan must complete pesticide safety use training hosted by the Rural Development Administration. In addition, you must report to the Korea Agro-Fisheries and Food Trade Corporation (aT), receive an ID, and then submit the pesticide residue test results to the Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs Quarantine Headquarters to receive a quarantine certificate. The Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs explained that it has established a system to respond to Taiwan's move to ...
Source: Yna
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