Webinar: Change and opportunity for Mexico's Food Retail sector
- Datum 24 juni 2020
- Tijd 16:00 - 17:30
Meer over dit event
Holland House Mexico executed a market study commissioned by NLinBusiness to discover opportunities for Dutch enterprises in the Mexican food retail sector. In this webinar, the outcomes of the study are presented, while we provide practical information on import/export in light of the COVID-19 contingency, the EU-Mexico FTA, and the new labelling requirements for F&B in Mexico that will take effect on 1 October 2020. A recording of the webinar is available here.
The aim of this webinar is to inform on tangible opportunities in Mexico´s food retail market and how to cash on them. We will discuss particular barriers that might stem from the COVID-19 crisis and how these can be dealt with. We will provide you with practical solutions to comply to the new NOM-051 labelling requirements.
- Presentation study: “Opportunities for Dutch businesses in the Mexican Food Retail Sector” by Sheyla Márquez, Holland House Mexico
- “The impact of COVID-19 on import/export between The Netherlands and Mexico for the F&B sector” by Daniel Reitsma, FrieslandCampina
- “The Implications of the EU-Mexico FTA for Dutch food retail products on the Mexican market” by Erik Plaisier, Agricultural counselor Embassy of The Netherlands in Mexico
- “NOM-051: New labelling requirements for food and non-alcoholic products in the Mexican market” by Ana Laura Mercado Cruz, Corporativo IYOL
More on NOM-51
Find more information on the new labelling requirements under NOM-51 in the following article. The article is in Dutch.
Missed the webinar?
Please find a recording of the webinar here.