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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 BODEGAS ARANLEÓN S.L. PESTEL ANALYZING THE JAPANESE MARKET 3.- LEGAL All imported food must go through an entrance and control process to ensure the good condition of the same. 3.2.- FOOD SANITATION LAW The positive list is a compilation of 799 chemicals (which are increasing every year) that are not subject to quarantine system. It is a specific health regulation to control the ceilings of chemical residues in food (pesticides, pesticides, feeds, etc). On the other hand, we find the Health Act on maximum residue levels of pesticides in food of May 29, 2006; which is a modification of the Food Sanitation Law No. 55/2003, which adopted what is known as the "positive list". Therefore, the procedures required by the Law of Food Hygiene would be: To avoid problems one should keep in mind that in Japan it is not allowed to use Metatartaric acid in wine as an additive (unlike in the International Codex oenological practices and rules of the EU where this is accepted provided not exceeding 100 mg / l). - Delivery of a "Notice for Food Import" to Quarantine Bureau of the customs authority at the port of entry by the importer- He will proceed, or not, to an examination of the goods, depending on the documentation provided by the importer. - In the event that the importer attach to the notification a statement of voluntary inspection carried out in official laboratories designated by the Ministry of Health or recognized in the countries of origin official laboratories, can be exempted from the corresponding inspections at the offices of quarantine. - In addition, the wine is subject to certain regulations that could translate into consideration the contents of sulfur dioxide (350pp or less), sorbic acid (200ppm or less) and, depending on the country of origin, ethylene glycol, diethylene methane glycol.
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