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Phytosanitary certification for agricultural items destined for export​​

All agricultural produ​cts destined for export are subject to phytosanitary inspection and certification in order to ensure that the products are free from harmful pests and diseas​es.​​

 Phytosanitary certification and inspection of plant and plant products for export are carried out in conformity with the requirement of the quarantine regulations of the importing country in order to fulfill our obligations under international agreements.

 Consignment shall be free of soil and pest. A copy of the Plant Import Permit (wherever applicable) issued by the importing country should be produced.​


​For fresh commercial consignments 

Prospective exporters or their agents shall notify the Officer in Charge at Reduit office, Tel: 464 4872 / 466 9067, Fax: 464 4874, at least 48 hours prior to actual date of shipment.

The exporter or his agent shall present the consignment either at the plant quarantine office or arrange for inspection at his premises / packing house. Transport, labor and other facilities for opening, sampling, repacking etc. shall be borne by the exporter.

Following inspection, a phytosanitary certificate will be issued to the exporter.

​For nonperishable commercial consignments​

Exporter may call during office hours either at our main office at Reduit or at any one of our sub offices at:​

​Tel No.
​Fax No.
​          ​Fort George

          SSR International Airport

242 8284 

637 6232
 240 4479 
637 3194




 ​Pre-shipment Inspection for commodities such as Litchis and Pineapples

Consignments of litchis and pineapples, meant for export, are inspected by officers of NPPO to ensure that any pest or disease is absent.​