Changes to Korean Regulations


NAQS (Korean Government) has recently issued a notice ( http://www.mafra.go.kr/list.jsp?id=30961&group_id=2&menu_id=49&division=B&board_kind=C&board_skin_id=C1) regarding Korean certified operations using processed ingredients which have been listed on the exempt list Appendix 3 “List of organic processed foods certified overseas and publicly notified as products permitted to

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Korean Application Fees


Please note there has been a change to the Korean application fees. For application categories: 1. Agricultural Farming Product 2. Livestock The application fee is $260 for the operations listed above if you are supplying a Korean certified manufacturer/processor. For

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ACO and Korea agree


Australian Certified Organic (ACO) is the first and only internationally approved certification body to gain accreditation to the South Korean organic standard. The accreditation means ACO can provide organic certification for both raw and processed food in accordance with the

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KOREA – MARKET ACCESS ADVICE 2014-01 – DAFF


Further to MAA2013-03 and MAA2013-04, the Department of Agriculture (the department) providesthe following update on the trade in processed and semi-processed organic products to the Republic of Korea: On 31 December 2013, Korea’s Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs

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Market access advice – Korea organic equivalence negotiations


See below for an update of the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries negotiations with the Korean Government in relation to organic production. http://www.daff.gov.au/biosecurity/export/organic-bio-dynamic/organic-notices Australian Certified Organic (ACO) was the first international certification body to gain accreditation to the South

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