The provincial government of Guangxi (which has a border with four Vietnamese provinces, Quang Ninh, Lang Son, Cao Bang and Ha Giang) has also issued a number of requirements to strengthen management of frozen food imports. In which, imported frozen food without all the following 4 documents will not be allowed to be sold on the market, including certificates of testing and quarantine of imported goods; Certificate of sterilization; Certificate of legal traceability information; Covid-19 negative test for nucleic acid.
At the same time, frozen food imported into Guangxi through border gates and seaports must be kept in centralized monitoring warehouses, taking nucleic acid samples, sterilizing the entire surface, traceability of goods when consumed, outsourcing in the area. This process also applies to goods from other provinces or cities moving to Guangxi.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade recommends that enterprises producing and trading in agricultural and aquatic products exported to the Chinese market should strengthen the supervision of goods quality, avoid violating regulations on quality standards, quarantine and security testing. whole food, to facilitate customs clearance.
The Ministry of Industry and Trade is working closely with other ministries of Vietnam to exchange with China to facilitate import and export activities between the two countries.
Source: ndh.vn – Translated by fintel.vn