FAS USDA 02/02/21 Saudi Arabia: FAIRS Export Certificate Report. FAS USDA 02/02/21 Saudi Arabia: FAIRS Country Report. AFR. J. FOOD AGRIC. NUTR. DEV. - 2019 - Isolation and identification of pathogenic bacteria from ready-to-eat fast foods in Al-Quwayiyah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. FAS USDA 30/11/20 Saudi Arabia: Retail Foods. FAS USDA 30/11/20 Saudi Arabia: Food Service - Hotel Restaurant Institutional. FAS USDA 13/08/20 Saudi Arabia: Food Service - Hotel Restaurant Institutional. FAS USDA 29/07/20 Saudi Arabia: Retail Foods. MOLECULES 03/01/20 Evaluation of Pesticide Residues in Vegetables from the Asir Region, Saudi Arabia. In this study, the concentrations of 80 different pesticides were determined in 10 different vegetable commodities.
Of the 80 pesticides, 37 were detected in the tested samples. Of the detected substances, 20 were insecticides (54.1%), 12 were fungicides (32.4%), 4 were herbicides (10.8%), and 1 was a growth regulator (2.7%). Thirty percent (30%) of the detected insecticides (6 of 20) exceeded the MRL, and the insecticide methomyl was found to most frequently exceed the MRL.
Of the detected fungicides, 41.7% (5 of 12) exceeded the MRL, and the fungicide cyproconazole was found to most frequently exceed the MRL. Of all detected pesticides, methomyl, imidacloprid, metalaxyl, cyproconazole, carbendazim, triadimenol, profenofos, chlorpyrifos-methyl, malathion, and acetamiprid were found the most often. As shown in Figure 1, methomyl was the most frequently detected pesticide in all tested commodities. FOODS 25/11/18 Food Safety Knowledge and Practices among Saudi Mothers. FAS USDA 26/01/18 Retail Foods_Riyadh_Saudi Arabia_1-22-2018. FAS USDA 15/01/18 Food and Agricultural Import Regulations and Standards - Certification_Riyadh_Saudi Arabia_12-14-2017. FAS USDA 21/12/17 Food and Agricultural Import Regulations and Standards - Narrative_Riyadh_Saudi Arabia_12-10-2017. FAS USDA 20/12/17 Exporter Guide_Riyadh_Saudi Arabia_12-11-2017.
The SFDA currently conducts a full review assessment of applications (type 3A), which is an appropriate methodology based on the competency of the staff.
However, reviewer resources are limited, causing delays, and alternate methods should be considered. Regulatory agencies should consider the use of a risk-stratification approach that enables them to both conserve and utilise constrained resources more efficiently . International Journal of Food Contamination December 2014, 1:2 Prevalence of Campylobacter jejuni in chicken produced by major poultry companies in Saudi Arabia. Table 1 shows the prevalence of C. jejuni in refrigerated chicken samples, as affected by storage time.
According to the table, the samples from all 11 poultry companies contained C. jejuni at one or more of the tested shelf-life dates. At Day 1 of the shelf life, C. jejuni was recovered from 30.30% of the tested samples (10 of 33 samples). This percentage increased to 44.45% and to 81.81%, after refrigeration for 3 d and 7 d, respectively, indicating the positive effect of natural enrichment. Poultry companies B, C, I, and J had included highly positive samples for C. jejuni (n = 6; 66.7%), followed by A and E (n = 5; 55.6%), and then D, F, and K (n = 4; 44.4%). Only one sample (n = 1; 11.1%), from company G, was positive. Table 1 Prevalence ofCampylobacter jejuniin refrigerated whole chicken carcasses of 11 poultry companies in Riyadh City wholesale market Survival of C. jejuni at refrigeration temperature approved in one study.
API campy strip system. FAS USDA 30/08/16 Saudi Arabia Poultry and Products Annual 2016. ECRONICON 23/03/17 Food Hygiene in Past Ten Years in Saudi Arabia. MAA 19/08/16 Contexte agricole et relations internationales - Arabie saoudite. Malgré une production agricole et agroalimentaire significative, l’Arabie saoudite importe près de 80% de ses besoins alimentaires, 22Mds€ en 2015.
Les principaux postes sont les céréales (1er importateur mondial d’orge), les préparations alimentaires et les viandes (volailles principalement). Au cours des 10 dernières années la croissance moyenne des importations agroalimentaires a été en moyenne de 12% par an, et même de 15% en moyenne pour les préparations alimentaires, la viande et les fruits et légumes. Ce taux de croissance exceptionnel résulte d’une forte hausse de la population (5% par an) et de son pouvoir d’achat (5% par an). Elle a, par ailleurs, récemment réformé ses politiques agricoles en faisant des choix drastiques sur les productions qu’elle souhaite développer. Elle veut limiter l’utilisation de ses ressources en eau.
Le premier poste d’exportation français vers l’Arabie saoudite est la viande de volaille qui représente 1/3 des exportations agroalimentaires françaises. FAS USDA 04/10/15 Exporter Guide_Riyadh_Saudi Arabia. FSIS USDA 07/03/17 Export Requirements for Saudi Arabia. SA-47 (Mar 7, 2017) Asterisks (*) indicate the most recent revision to these requirements.
To search, click on your browser's "Edit" menu, then click on "Find (on this page)". Enter "*" in the "Find What" field, then click "Find" or "Find Next" until all asterisks have been identified. Eligible/Ineligible Products Eligible Beef and beef products from cattle less than 30 months of age and veal and veal products To be eligible to export beef and beef products and veal and veal products to Saudi Arabia, producers, backgrounders, farmer/feedlots, feedlots and slaughter, fabrication and processing companies must participate in the EV Program for Saudi Arabia that is approved by USDA’s Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS).
Labeling Requirements All products - Storage temperature must be placed with the refrigeration statement on the boxes to fully clarify the type of product being handled.