Romaine lettuce import restrictions

Fred Webber, president and CEO of Fruit and Vegetable Dispute Resolution Corporation, is reporting that the CFIA has lifted all restrictions on imported romaine lettuce from California. Automated Import Reference Service (AIRS) has already been updated and these reflections are expected to appear on the CFIA website momentarily. For the time being, Webber encourages anyone experiences issues to direct their trading partner to AIRS for clarification. 

 

For more information please follow the link to refer to the Automated Import Reference Service (AIRS).

 

Source: Dispute Resolution Corporation January 21, 2019 news release

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