1. Aspects to consider

The documentation control is carried out without exceptions. Therefore, exporters outside the European Union must comply with a set of laws, concerning consumer safety.

For example, the exporter is obliged to declare:

  • The composition and nutritional table of foods.
  • Quality certifications.
  • Concordance in the information regarding the real weight and volume.
  • The effects of packaging on food (processed) and / or raw materials.
  • Mandatory information in accordance with European labeling regulations.

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Traceability of food.
Provenance Raw Material.
Microbiological results.

Similarly, product’s labels need to present:

  • Use
  • Precautions
  • Description of sale
  • Ingredients
  • Issue and expiration date.

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Specific geographical conditions.
Ingredients that can cause allergic reactions.
Percent of alcohol content

By the time of formalizing the exportation, keep in mind that the regulations vary according to the product. In fact, some products and / or raw materials have stricter regulations, such as:

  • Organic products: require certification from an organic inspection entity, which must be recognized and approved by the commission of the European Union.

  • Products that come into internal and / or external contact with the human body that are not food, must have a special marketing authorization. To summarize, it is essential to meet the requirements of pharmacovigilance and healthiness. On the other hand, it must contain information about the composition, category, origin, presence or absence of chemical substances such as salts, additives, flavorings, preservatives, dyes and sweeteners.

In EXPORTA€UROPA, we help you to formalize your exports.
What do we do for you? We assist you until your products comply with European regulations.

It includes:

Border Legal Aspects
Documentation Control
Packaging requirements
Labeling requirements
Hygiene requirements
Presentation of documentation

2. CERTIFY, according to your target market!

Which certifications do your products need? What do consumers prefer?

Being able to get your products into the European Union, do not guarantee that they will be purchased. One of the aspects that influences the purchase decision are the certifications (symbols). From the user’s point of view, some unique features are represented by symbols on the product packaging. What are the most desired and preferred by consumers? Which are the best sellers?

There is a large diversity of certifications, but
Which ones are consumers looking for in the products that they buy?

  • IFS
  • ISO 22000
  • Marcado CE
  • Eco-label
  • Global G.A.P
  • BDIH
  • ISO 9001
  • Demeter
  • Bio Siegel
  • Bioland
  • Nature
  • Nordic Ecolabel
  • WWF
  • Vegan Society
  • TACC (Gluten free)
  • EMAS
  • BRC
  • HALAL

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HACCP
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When consumers are buying a product coming from outside Europe, we consider the following aspects:

  • Presence of harmful residues, pesticides or contaminants such as dioxins.
  • Chemical substances such as additives, flavorings, flavorings, preservatives, dyes and sweeteners.
  • Packaging materials used.
  • Genetic modifications.
  • Good manufacturing practices.
  • Child labor free industry.

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Genetically modified organisms.
Good agricultural and manufacturing practices.
Child labor free industry.

What is the appropriate certification, according to your product, your market and your budget?