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

Food safety

Press

  • FDA and IICA train agricultural instructors on the requirements for exporting fresh produce to the United States

    A course carried out in Costa Rica will equip 56 delegates from eight Latin American countries to provide training on this regulation to producers, academics and officers involved in the production and commercialization of fresh fruits and vegetables for the U.S. market.

  • A course

    FDA and IICA train agricultural instructors on the requirements for exporting fresh produce to the United States

  • IICA USA hosts the Second Roundtable on International SPS Negotiations

    SPS Roundtable

    Second Roundtable on International SPS Negotiations - Anti Microbial Resistance and trade implications

  • Agricultural Health

    IICA calls for strengthening sanitary controls to prevent the spread of African swine fever

  • Training

    Certifying Belizean Chefs in Food Safety

Events

  • Webinar

    Safe Food for Canadians Act

  • Technical forum

    Accredited Third-Party Certification Program and Voluntary Qualified Importer Program

  • Workshop

    Using Geospatial Tools for Agricultural Monitoring

1. Food safety, international trade and the fishery sector

08/09/2017

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.

Audio

  • Una reciente regulación europea restringe los niveles de cadmio permitidos en los granos de cacao. Es un nuevo reto para los pequeños productores pequeña escala de cacao fino de aroma de Perú y Trinidad y Tobago, que exportan al viejo continente.

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