Ginger is an indispensable spice in cooking. It is used to reduce the smell of food and reduce many potentially harmful ingredients in food. In particular, ginger is also a medicine in medicine.
Procedures for exporting fresh ginger
You can look for fresh ginger export opportunities to cooperate with European processing companies, especially large-scale and well-resourced companies that can invest abroad.
You can also look for European companies in the membership lists of seasonings associations in Europe.
Customs records for export of fresh ginger
Customs dossiers for commercial exports are specified in Clause 1, Article 12 of the Finance Ministry’s Circular No. 128/2013 / TT-BTC dated September 10, 2013 “Regulations on Customs procedures
customs inspection and supervision; export tax, import tax and tax administration for exported and imported goods ”.
Location for opening fresh ginger export declaration
As prescribed in Clause 1, Article 13 as follows: “Exported or imported goods may be registered for declaration at the head office of the border-gate customs Sub-Department or out-of-checkpoint Customs Sub-Department, specifically:
a) For goods that are not allowed to move to another checkpoint, the customs declaration must be registered at the Sub-department of Customs in charge of the storage location at the checkpoint or port of destination;
b) If goods are transferred from a checkpoint to a checkpoint, the customs declaration may be registered at the Sub-department of Customs in charge of the storage location at the checkpoint or the Sub-department of Customs where the goods are moved from the checkpoint to;… ”
food safety management
Responsibilities of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development are specified in:
– Clauses 2 and 3, Article 63 of the Law on Food Safety No. 55/2010 / QH13 dated June 17, 2010 of the XIIth National Assembly, as follows:
Manage food safety for primary production of agriculture, forestry, fisheries, and salt.
Food safety management throughout the process of production, collection, slaughter, preliminary processing, processing, storage, transportation, export, import, and trading for the team meat and meat products, seafood and seafood products, vegetables, tubers, fruits and vegetable products, tubers, fruits, eggs and egg products, raw milk, honey and products thereof. honey, genetically modified food salt and other agricultural and food products according to the Government’s regulations. ”;
– Clause 2 and 3 Article 21 of Decree No. 38/2012 / ND-CP dated April 25, 2012 of the Government as follows:
Food safety management for primary production of agriculture, forestry, fisheries, and salt includes: cultivation, husbandry, collection, fishing, and exploitation of agricultural, forestry and aquatic products; salt production.
Manage food safety throughout the process of producing, collecting, slaughtering, preliminary processing, processing, preserving, transporting, exporting, importing, and trading in cereals; meat and meat products;
aquatic products and aquatic products; vegetables, tubers, fruits and vegetable products, tubers and fruits; eggs and egg products; raw fresh milk; honey and honey products; genetically modified food