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This barrier is unrelated to the end of the transition period, following the United Kingdom's departure from the EU.

Public ID: PID-GA76OB

UK Exporters are unable to export Pome Fruits to India due to the requirement for Methyl bromide fumigation

in India

Trade barrier summary

UK Exporters are currently unable to export Pome Fruits (Apples, Pears and Quinces) to India due to the requirement for Methyl bromide fumigation as a pest control mechanism before export. The UK Department for International Trade and the UK Department for the Environment, Food and Rural affairs are working with the Indian Plant Protection Division to seek recognition for UK cold treatment methods for pest control.


Sectors affected

  • Food and drink

Resolved

No


Date reported

10 July 2019


Last updated

18 December 2020


Public ID

PID-GA76OB


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