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Philippine mission ends audit visits in Campinas, Brazil

Pak Wan
Meat
Brazil
Philippines
Regulation & Compliances
Published Dec 15, 2023

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Inspectors from the Philippines conducted audit field visits in Brazil from November 26 to December 13, visiting various locations including rural properties, slaughterhouses, and laboratories to verify the effectiveness of Brazil's inspection systems for poultry, pigs, and cattle. In São Paulo, the delegation visited ports, airports, and agricultural facilities, and learned about a new information system called iDefesa being developed by the State of São Paulo. The purpose of the audit was to assess the equivalence of control systems between the two countries in order for Brazil to export meat products, and a report on the findings is expected to be issued in the coming weeks.
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Inspectors from the Federative Republic of the Philippines ended on Wednesday (13) the audit field visits they have been carrying out in Brazil since November 26. The professionals were in the Federal District, Pará, Mato Grosso, Paraná, Rio Grande do Sul, Santa Catarina, Acre, Rondônia and São Paulo. This Thursday morning (14), work in Brazil at the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock (Mapa), in Brasília, ends. The auditors visited rural properties, slaughterhouses, official Mapa laboratories, state veterinary services, port terminals and dry ports. The delegation came to verify whether our audit and inspection systems, for inspection of poultry, pigs and cattle, are effective in quality and health control. In São Paulo, they were at the Port of Santos and Viracopos airport, visited poultry farms in the Boituva and Cerquilho regions, visited the Federal Agricultural Defense Laboratory (LFDA) in Campinas and the Agricultural Defense Coordination (CDA) of the Secretariat of ...
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