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    A practical manual for producers and exporters from Asia. Regulations, standards and certification for agricultural exports 2007
    Many producers and exporters feel that the market for certified agricultural products is very complex and that the opportunities and requirements associated with certification programmes are not always clear. In addition, producers do not always know if the requirements are compulsory or voluntary. To assist stakeholders from the private and public sectors, FAO set out to produce a publication series covering various regions in the world – this one covers Asia. The manual is aimed at producer or ganizations, trainers, extension agents and exporters. It describes the import regulations of the main export markets, and major private standards and voluntary certification programmes. The reader is provided with an easy-to-read guide on the main voluntary certification schemes, their importance, the differences between them as well as their advantages and limitations. In order to be able to export his or her products any producer or exporter must also conform with the regulations of importing countries. The manual therefore provides information concerning the main import regulations in the United States of America, the European Union, Japan and other selected countries in the Asia-Pacific region. Owing to the changing nature of regulations and the diversity of products and their characteristics, numerous Internet addresses have also been provided where up-to-date, detailed information can be found.
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    Regulations, Standards and Certification for Agricultural Export
    A Practical Manual for Producers and Exporters from West Africa
    2006
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    Many producers may feel that the market for certified agricultural products is very complex and that the opportunities and requirements associated with the certification programmes are not always clear. In addition, producers do not always know if the requirements are compulsory (created as an official law or regulation in the importing country) or voluntary. It is in this framework that this manual has been created. After having read its content, the reader should be able to under stand the main voluntary certification schemes, their importance, the differences between them as well as their advantages and limitations. In order to be able to export his/her products any producer or exporter must also conform with the regulations of importing countries. Therefore, the reader will be able to find in this manual information concerning the main import regulations in the United States (US), the European Union (EU) and Japan. However, topics such as farming practice s and post-harvest activities are beyond the scope of this manual. This manual comprises two parts: - standards and Import Regulations - main voluntary Certification Schemes
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    Regulations, Standards and Certification for Agricultural Exports
    A pratical manual for Producers and Exporters in East Africa
    2006
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    The objective of this manual is to provide producers and exporters in East Africa with: information related to regulations of main import countries; information on major certification programmes; contacts where more information on import regulations and certification schemes can be found. In East Africa, intensive farming with the use of agrochemicals is present, particularly for cash crops. However, concerns about this agricultural practice arise in view of environmental damages, workers health and consumers concerns about food safety. Many private or regional East African initiatives are undertaken in order to facilitate the adoption of sustainable farming practices by producers. The certification of producers is also encouraged so that they can benefit from market opportunities. However many producers may feel that the market for certified products is very complex and that the opportunities and requirements associated with the certification programmes ar e not always clear. In addition, producers do not always know if the requirements are compulsory (created as an official law or regulation in the importing country) or voluntary (which means that producers/exporters choose to comply with the requirements or not). They also do not know the advantages and limitations for different types of certification. Furthermore, the large number of import requirements established by different countries makes it even more complicated for producers who want to export.

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