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Implementation of ‘Taiwan Export Grape Pre-registration System’

Published May 29, 2024

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South Korea's Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs has launched a pre-registration system for grape exports to Taiwan, requiring companies and farmers to complete pesticide safety training and obtain a quarantine certificate. This system is designed to enhance safety management and is part of a broader initiative that includes similar systems for paprika exports to Japan and strawberries to Hong Kong. The process involves safety education, unique registration management, pesticide residue testing, and issuance of a quarantine certificate, with the Rural Development Administration, aT, and the Agriculture, Forestry and Livestock Quarantine Headquarters overseeing the process. The ministry anticipates that this will boost the competitiveness of Korean grape exports to Taiwan.
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Companies and farmers exporting grapes to Taiwan must complete pesticide safety training and obtain a quarantine certificate through prior registration. The Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs announced on the 28th that it has implemented the ‘Pre-registration system for grapes for export to Korea’ (hereinafter referred to as the pre-registration system) from the 23rd. Taiwan is the largest exporter of Korean grapes, and the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs announced that it is implementing this measure to preemptively respond to Taiwan's recent move to strengthen safety management at the customs clearance stage. The pre-registration system is a system that systematically manages safety throughout the entire export process from the production stage by assigning a unique registration number (ID) to exporters and farms. Currently, a pre-registration system is being implemented for paprika for export to Japan and strawberries for export to Hong Kong. Export ...
Source: Nongmin
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