When it comes to products related to the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply (MAPA), this body is responsible for ensuring the safety and quality of products before they are sold. To achieve this goal, the Ministry of Agriculture requires that these products be cadastered or registered, depending on their nature. And on today's Blog, we're going to talk about the difference between cadaster and registration with the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply (MAPA).
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The product cadaster process at the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supply (MAPA) involves the submission of documentation and technical information about the product, such as its composition, origin, packaging, mode of use, among other information. This documentation is evaluated by MAPA’s technicians, who verify that the product complies with established standards and regulations. The objective is to guarantee the safety of consumers and the quality of agricultural products, through the control of production, transport, storage and distribution of these products.
Cadaster is for products exempt from registration, that is, of intermediate risk. The registration process is relatively simple and usually involves submitting basic documentation and information about the product.
After analysis of the required documentation and specifications, the product is registered with the Ministry of Agriculture and can be sold. It is important to point out that product registration is mandatory for companies in the agricultural sector, and the sale of products without due regularization can result in sanctions and punishments provided for by law.
Registration is required for agricultural products that require analysis and testing before it being marketed. These products include pet foods, processed foods, beverages, food additives and other similar products. The registration process is more complex and involves the submission of a range of technical information about the product, including laboratory test results.
To register the product, the company must submit several technical documents to MAPA, which prove the quality and safety of the product. The process can take a few months to complete, and the registration is valid for 10 years and can be renewed later.
The purpose of registration is to ensure the safety and efficacy of these products, through prior analysis of their composition, mode of use and efficacy.
Registration is important both for the company, which can market its product legally and safely, and for producers and consumers, who have the guarantee that they are purchasing a quality product, which has been evaluated and approved by the competent bodies.
The cadaster r of your product with the Ministry of Agriculture refers to the regularization of an establishment that works with products of animal origin, such as slaughterhouses, dairy products, among others. It is through this cadaster that the Ministry of Agriculture can monitor and regulate the activities of these establishments, in order to guarantee the quality and safety of the products that are sold.
Registration with the Ministry of Agriculture is a specific process that some products of animal origin, such as milk and meat, need to go through before being sold. This registration is a kind of authorization for the sale of these products, after analysis of samples that attest to the quality and safety of the product.
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