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Peru approves temporary lifting of the suspension of phytosanitary requirements for apples and pits from Chile

Published May 18, 2024

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The Ministry of Agrarian Development and Irrigation of Peru (MIDAGRI) temporarily lifted the suspension of phytosanitary requirements for the import of fresh pits (nectarine, cherry, plumcot, peach, plum, apricot) and fresh apples (Malus spp.) from Chile, following agreements with Chile's Agricultural Service to increase inspections and optimize the issuance of phytosanitary export certificates. This decision, published in the Official Gazette of Peru, is in effect until new phytosanitary requirements for these fruits are established by December 31, 2024.
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In mid-April, the Ministry of Agrarian Development and Irrigation of Peru (MIDAGRI), through the National Agrarian Health Service (SENASA), suspended the phytosanitary requirements for the import of fresh pits (nectarine, cherry, plumcot, peach, plum , apricot) and fresh apples (Malus spp.) from Chile, given the imminent risk of entry of the Grapholita annoying pest that affects these fruits. One month later, and through Directorial Resolution No. 00020-2024-Midagri-Senasa-DSV, the temporary lifting of the suspension of phytosanitary requirements was approved in consideration of the agreements and commitments adopted in several meetings between SENASA and the Agricultural Service. and Livestock of the Republic of Chile (SAG). to increase and optimize inspections prior to the issuance of phytosanitary export certificates for the aforementioned fruits. Related news: Peru suspends import of pits and apples from Chile The Resolution, published in the Official Gazette of Peru, details ...
Source: MXfruit
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