Chile: Food and Agricultural Import Regulations and Standards Country Report

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This report provides an overview of Chile’s current Sanitary Regulation for food Products (RSA by its name in Spanish), as well as any other regulation with the potential of disrupting food trade. Since the last version of this report in 2021, two new regulations were passed: one eliminating testing requirements for U.S. beer and the other requiring in country fortification of milk with vitamin D.

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