Importer of organic products into the U.S.? A new rule, which will come into effect on March 20, 2023 requires all organic products to have NOP Import Certificates. This rule aims to improve organic integrity across the organic supply chain and benefit stakeholders throughout the organic industry. Find out all details that you need to know here.
Exporter of Canadian softwood lumber into the US? The U.S. appears to be pressing ahead with anti-dumping and countervailing duties on these types of imports, while Canada will continue to fight these duties. Find out all these details here.
APHIS has created a pest risk assessment report that details the potential risks posed by importing fresh oranges and tangerines from Egypt into the United States. Find out if your imports are affected here.
Classification of high-end runway haute couture items will soon be changing to be duty-free. Items to be included fall into the category of apparel, accessories, jewelry, and footwear used in semiannual fashion shows. Find out all the details and if your products are affected.
As of July 6, 2023, port terminals in Canada accepting the discharge of shipborne dunnage must obtain an import permit. Find out all the details you need to know to stay compliant.
The USDA’s FSIS has published a new regulatory amendment that will significantly broaden the scope of its generically approved labeling system for meat, poultry, and egg products. Find out all the details you need to know here.
Importer of foreign foods into the US? FDA has issued final guidance on Foreign Supplier Verification Programs for Importers of Food for Humans and Animals. Find out all the details you need to know here.
Importer of seafood into the USA? Find out all the details on the latest proposed ruling to expand the types of seafood subject to the U.S. Seafood Import Monitoring Program (SIMP), and how you can have your say.
Are your goods to be included? Find out all the details on the latest exclusion extension on products, in addition to how to submit your comments on tariff headings containing these exclusions, and/or what products might require to be included.