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The regulations prohibit the import of potatoes from outside the European Union

Vegetables
Fresh Common Potato
Poland
Switzerland
Regulation & Compliances
Published Oct 26, 2023

Tridge summary

The import of potatoes from non-EU countries, including Ukraine, is not allowed according to European Union phytosanitary regulations. This applies to the Republic of Poland and the rest of the EU. However, there is an exception for table potatoes from Switzerland and certain countries in the Middle East and North Africa. Additionally, the import of seed potatoes is only allowed from Switzerland.
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Original content

In accordance with the phytosanitary regulations of the European Union, the import of potatoes from non-EU countries (including Ukraine) is prohibited. Such shipments may not be introduced into the territory of the Republic of Poland and the European Union and may not be placed on the market. The exception are table potatoes from Switzerland and Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Libya, Morocco, Syria, Tunisia and Turkey. From September 1 this year PIORiN Border Branches have not ...
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