Czech Republic: Food and Agricultural Import Regulations and Standards Country Report

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   EZ2022-0010

Highlights: This report provides information on the laws and regulations for food, import rules for food, and contact information in the Czech Republic. It is recommended to read the EU Food and Agricultural Import Regulations and Standards, because the Czech Republic, a member of the European Union, follows the EU directives and regulations. The following sections include updates: I., II., III., V., and VIII. since the last report. Please note notification requirements for importers of certain foodstuffs of plant origin in Section VI.

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