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new requirement for the transport of grapes




The National Service of Health and Food Quality ( Senasa ) He reported that As of February 22, all grapes that are transported to be vinified must have the electronic Plant Transit Document (DTV -e) throughout their transfer from the productive farm to the winery. .

Until now, this documentation was required only for fresh consumption grapes and certain cases of vinification, as established by the Resolution No. 31/2015 of the organism, but from next Monday it will be mandatory for all grapes transported to make wine, throughout the country.

Senasa said that the DTV-e is broadcast free of charge by self-management through the Sig-DTV computer system , for which, producers need to have their establishments registered in the National Sanitary Registry of Agricultural Producers (Renspa) and update the data, which is annual and mandatory.

The DTV-e It may be requested by the sanitary control agents who carry out inspections on the routes of the national territory . It’s a document free and compulsory that helps control and eradicate the spread of pests , for one better and higher quality and health of the food that is produced, marketed and consumed .

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