Indonesia: Newly Enforced Requirement to Register Fresh Animal Products

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   ID2022-0026

The Ministry of Agriculture (MOA) recently stepped up its enforcement of fresh animal product registrations. These new requirements are just two of the many provisions contained in MOA Regulation Number 15 Year 2021. To avoid any trade disruption, the MOA urged importers to expedite the registration process for their imported products. The vigorous enforcement adds another trade impediment to the already complicated import process, particularly for beef products.

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