Argentina revalidates the system for exporting fishery products to South Korea

Argentina revalidates the system for exporting fishery products to South Korea
Argentina revalidates the system for exporting fishery products to South Korea

Argentina has reaffirmed its system of equivalences for the export of fishery products to South Korea, following the successful completion of an audit carried out by the health service of the Asian country. This assessment was aimed at the health and safety control overseen by the National Service for Agri-Food Health and Quality (SENASA).

During the closing meeting, held at the headquarters of the Argentine organization, the Korean inspectors Jaehwan Yoon y Sunghyun Jung They described it as “very good“the general state of hygiene and safety of the two land-based establishments and the three ships inspected in Mar del Plata from June 24 to July 1. In addition, technical issues were exchanged with Senasa professionals regarding the assessment carried out.

Currently, around 300 Argentine fishing establishments are authorized to send their production to South Korea. So far in 2024, SENASA has certified the export of 27,600 tons of fishery products to this destination.

This revalidation not only reaffirms the quality and safety of Argentine fishery products, but also strengthens trade ties between Argentina and South Korea, opening up new opportunities for export.

The success of this audit reflects Argentina’s commitment to quality and food safety, ensuring that fishery products meet the high international standards required by markets as rigorous as the Korean one.

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