Mexico

Seeking Participants for Organic Specialty Crop Trade Mission to Mexico

CCOF is currently seeking representatives from companies engaged in organic specialty crop production who are interested in exporting or increasing exports to Mexico.

About the Specialty Crop Trade Mission to Mexico

In partnership with the California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA), CCOF will lead a trade mission to Mexico June 17-21. 

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Organic Specialty Crop Trade Mission to Mexico, 2023–2024 Request for Proposals

About CCOF

California Certified Organic Farmers (CCOF) advances organic agriculture for a healthy world through organic certification, education, advocacy, and promotion. CCOF is governed by an elected board of certified organic producers and represents 4,300 diverse organic operations across North America, with almost 3,000 of those operations based in California. 

About the Specialty Crop Trade Mission to Mexico

Exporting Organic Products to Mexico

CCOF has received clarification regarding the import of organic products into Mexico. All products with organic claims crossing the border to Mexico must be accompanied by a Mexico organic certificate and a Control/International Transaction Document. Border officials have begun to reject shipments if products making organic claims are not accompanied by these two documents. 

Exportación de Productos Orgánicos a México 2021

El 26 de junio de 2021 entra en vigor un reglamento de importación mexicano que afecta a los productos orgánicos. Este reglamento establece que los envíos de ciertos productos orgánicos (enumerados en las secciones b-f del Anexo 1) deben ir acompañados con un documento de control o transacción. Consulte con su importador para determinar si sus exportaciones requieren un documento de control.