Peru: Senasa works on access of new varieties of avocados to the United States

Regulation & Compliances
Innovation & Technology
Published Jan 17, 2024

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Senasa presented its 2024 Action Plan for Access to Plant Products, with commitments to prioritize access to certain products, such as fresh pepper, table grape, avocado, and blueberries in different countries. The plan involves pest risk analysis and coordination with the phytosanitary authorities of importing countries, as well as support from the Ministry of Agrarian Development and Irrigation and the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Tourism. The goal is to accelerate access to new markets, benefitting both large companies and small producers in Peru.
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( Last Friday, the National Agrarian Health Service (Senasa) presented its Action Plan for Access to Plant Products for 2024. Representatives of the Ministry of Agrarian Development and Irrigation (Midagri) and the Ministry participated in the meeting. of Foreign Trade and Tourism Mincetur), with the purpose of assuming commitments and specifying access to prioritized products. In this regard, the general director of Plant Health of Senasa, Orlando Dolores Salas, indicated that the products prioritized for 2024 have a lot of progress in terms of pest risk analysis in importing countries, so it is expected to conclude the process of access this year. "For a product to access a market it has to go through a pest risk analysis (PRA), this is carried out by the importing country." In that sense, he said that achieving access to new products not only depends on the work of Senasa, but that the Pest Risk Analysis is carried out by the phytosanitary authority of the importing ...
Source: Agraria
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