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Saint Lucia Permits Imports Of Canned Pork Products From France

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The Veterinary and Livestock Services Division (VLSD) through the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries, Food Security and Rural Development would like to notify the public that as of Monday 10th July 2023, the importation of Canned Pork Products from France will be permitted into Saint Lucia as per the regulation of the Animal (Disease and Importation) Act, 2005.

The decision comes as part of our Division meeting the evolving demands of our domestic and commercial customers. To ensure a smooth and regulated import process, the VLSD would like to inform all interested importers, both domestic and commercial, that an import permit will be required.

The import permit will serve as a necessary document to facilitate the lawful entry of canned pork products from France into our market. This step is crucial to maintain the integrity of our importation procedures and adherence to the regulatory guidelines that govern the country.

Importers can inquire about the application process by contacting VLSD at 758-468-5621 or email: vlsdsec.agriculture@govt.lc VLSD will provide detailed instructions and guidance on the application process, including any requirements and documentation needed in order to acquire an import permit.

SOURCE: Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries, Food Security and Rural Development

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Please conduct an efficiency audit at all government offices, don’t only do the passport office…..

  2. Re Article, Just asking, for a friend.
    How much will A can of pigs Ears,feet, and snouts??

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