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  • Ministers of Agriculture discuss the need for Codex Alimentarius standards to facilitate international trade

    Experts highlighted the fundamental role of Codex in helping countries produce and trade safe food.

  • Dialogue

    Ministers of Agriculture discuss the need for Codex Alimentarius standards to facilitate international trade

  • Exhibition

    Art exhibition held to draw attention to the strength of agriculture in the Americas

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    NAFTA

    IICA convenes dialogue with producers on the future of agri-food trade in the Northern region

  • FSMA Regulation

    Caribbean professionals trained in compliance with United States export rules relating to safety of fresh products

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  • Book release

    Good agricultural practices for more resilient agriculture: guidelines for producers and governments

  • Technical Forum

    Borderless financing – Access and eXchange for impact investment and Sustainability (AXiiS)

  • Antimicrobial resistance

    Online Talk #2

    Deconstructing Antimicrobial Resistance Surveillance Programs

5 países del Caribe fortalecen sus conocimientos en Codex Alimentarius

08/08/2017

IICA and the Government of Chile carried out a project that consisted of training 5 Caribbean countries to strengthen the management and knowledge of the Codex Alimentarius. How they did it?

They shared tactics to participate better in Codex meetings and generated strategies to have a greater impact on the elaboration of the guidelines that are analyzed there. They were strengthened at the national and country levels.

The initiative was financed by the Fondo Chile and executed by Achipia and the U.S. Department of Agriculture Learn more about this project.

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  • EEUU de América es uno de los destinos principales de nuestra exportación de productos agrícolas. Actualmente, este país exige que toda exportación de alimentos hacia su mercado cumpla con lo establecido en la Ley de Modernización de la Inocuidad de Alimentos, Ley FSMA.

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