Serbia: Food and Agricultural Import Regulations and Standards Country Report

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   RB2022-0011

This report provides information on Serbian regulations and standards concerning food, agriculture, agricultural products, and foreign trade. It includes information on labeling, packaging, food additives, and import procedures. In 2022, Serbia did not adopt any new laws, but has adopted almost eighty by-laws that included different rules and ordinances. As with the rest of the world, Serbia has been fighting the negative impact on Russian-Ukraine conflict that included protecting of domestic stability of food and agriculture supply on the local market by introducing export ban on major agriculture commodities. Despite of the significant increase of input costs in agriculture production, food prices and one of the worst summer droughts in the last ten years, Serbia will have sufficient food supply for domestic market, and some quantities for exports during the next year.

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