• Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture
  • Agriculture: A priority for sustainable development in the Americas

Food safety


  • Argentina shares its expertise in agricultural heath and water management with Caribbean specialists

    Officials and technical specialists from Barbados, Dominica, Grenada, Jamaica, Saint Lucia and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines attended the “Regional Workshop on Agriculture in the English-speaking Caribbean”, which was held in Buenos Aires, as part of the Argentine Fund for International Cooperation (FO.AR) program of Argentina’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

  • Regional workshop

    Argentina shares its expertise in agricultural heath and water management with Caribbean specialists

  • Course

    WTO and IICA to train professionals from 11 countries of the Americas in the application of sanitary measures for agrifood trade

  • Food Safety

    Grenada Abattoir Poised to Process Safer Meats during the Busy Christmas Season

  • Beef sector

    USDA official draws attention to the high-quality protein in beef and the benefits of consuming it in adequate quantities


  • Technical forum

    Accredited Third-Party Certification Program and Voluntary Qualified Importer Program

  • Workshop

    Using Geospatial Tools for Agricultural Monitoring

  • Workshop

    Canadian Food Inspection Agency Workhsop

1. Food safety, international trade and the fishery sector


SPS Cariforum Training Videos - Food Safety Fishery Products

The SPS project is one component of the 10th EDF SPS Programme titled: "Support to the Caribbean Forum of ACP States in the implementation of the Commitments Undertaken under the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA)".

The outcomes of the SPS Project are intended to increase production and trade in agriculture and fisheries which meet international standards while protecting plant,animal and human health and the environment. 

The initiative is implemented by  IICA in collaboration with other institutions and it is funded by the EU.


  • 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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