After years of negotiation, today various Peruvian agricultural products are positioned in various countries around the world.
In this regard, the National Service for Agrifood Health and Quality (Senasa) points out that managing the access of Peruvian products to new international markets implies carrying out technical negotiations with the phytosanitary authorities of the different importing countries to close each of the stages involved in this process. process. In dialogue with Gestion.pe, the Director of Plant Health of Senasa, Julio Vera, explains that the time it takes for a Peruvian agricultural product to enter a foreign market depends on each country it seeks to enter and the negotiation process that may exist between the two countries. As an example, he said that the process of access of Peruvian citrus fruits to Japan took about 8 years, and in the case of the entry of grapes to that same country, the process began in 2014, while only this year will it be close to conclude. “These are procedures that take time and depend on the country (of destination). There are some countries that are the ...
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