The Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply is responsible for the regulation of products of animal, vegetal and mineral origin in Brazil.
The MAPA is responsible for important sectors in the national GDP, such as the Agribusiness, which in 2017 was responsible for 21.58% of Brazil's Gross Domestic Product (GDP), according to a survey by ESALQ-USP.
Another sector regulated by MAPA is beer. Only in the last three years have registered registered breweries in Brazil 91%. There were more than 8,500 beers registered by MAPA in 2017 alone.
The national wine sector sold 156.9 million liters of wine and grape juice in the first half of 2017. Considering the national and imported market, there was a 12.60% increase in sales in 2017, according to ABRAVIN - Brazilian Wine Institute.
And these are just a few examples of the importance of the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply.
But now let's understand how the Product Regulation happens with MAPA.
There is a classification of categories in the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply (MAPA) that indicates how each product should be segmented and how will be its specific registration process, always respecting the current legislation of that class.
Some of the classes are:
And these are just a few examples. Are you still in doubt as to whether your product should be regulated by MAPA? Contact Stone Okamont and get the best advice without wasting time and money.
Measuring the time to register a product with the MAP depends a lot on several factors. Each class is different, having its own legislation to be followed, a specific technical process and also the part of tests, reports and studies for each one.
There are other variants that make the process intangible in the measure of time, such as the verification by the public agency, appreciation of the process by the responsible technician of analysis and the unit of the MAPA that is involved the verification. However, the experience of Stone Okamont suggests an average time of 90 to 180 days.
As a living system and accompanying the technological advances and professional growth and specializations of Brazil, the norms created by the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply and the legislations for each class and category are modified and improved.
These changes can happen once a year or up to three times in the same year. And these changes end up being a challenge for anyone who wants to carry out a product registration process with MAPA alone.
Since the entire process, from the Company License to the Regulation of Product, must be in accordance with current legislation.
To facilitate the process, not to waste time or to have unnecessary expenses, Stone Okamont provides advice to the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply, using the Zero Bureaucracy method.
This means that the company can get its product registered with the Ministry of Agriculture and that Stone Okamont deals with all bureaucratic procedures, delivering results in less time and with excellence.
SIF is the Federal Inspection Service and is responsible for ensuring the quality of products of animal origin that are sold nationally and internationally, whether edible or not.
For some products, SIF is vital and is performed after product is registered.
Stone Okamont is always up to date with the legislation and news of the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply, so it is the ideal company to carry out the entire process of regulating your company so that you reach your goal in less time and without suffering from the bureaucracies found in the process.
Another plus, plus the entire experience of the Stone Okamont team is the diversity with means of payment. We develop customized consultancies and consultancies that fit your budget!