Fresh Tahiti limes (Citrus latifolia) and Key limes (Citrus aurantifolia)
Establece requisitos fitosanitarios para la importación a Chile de frutos frescos de limón tahiti (Citrus latifolia) y limón sutil (Citrus aurantifolia), producidos en Perú, y deroga resolución 4914/2004 (Phytosanitary requirements governing the importation into Chile of fresh Tahiti limes (Citrus latifolia) and Key limes (Citrus aurantifolia), and repeal of Resolution No. 4914/2004) Language(s): Spanish Number of pages: 4
The notified document establishes requirements governing the importation into Chile of fresh Citrus latifolia and Citrus aurantifolia for consumption, produced in Peru. To enter the country, consignments must be covered by an official phytosanitary certificate issued by the Peruvian plant health authority. This document must contain the additional declarations established in the draft Resolution. Moreover, consignments of fresh Citrus latifolia and Citrus aurantifolia must come from production and packing facilities registered by the Peruvian national plant protection organization (NPPO) and authorized by SENASA through unique identification codes, in accordance with the guidelines from its certification programme. Consignments must also come from production facilities subject to official monitoring for fruit flies by SENASA, as part of the official supervision programme implemented by the Peruvian NPPO.
The notified document also establishes requirements regarding the fruit peel; the process of washing, brushing and selecting the fruit before packing it; shipping conditions; the condition and labelling of containers; as well as other import requirements, all of which are set out in the draft Resolution.