Category: SENASA

Fresh apples and pears may be stamped “Argentine Food”.

Bioeconomics were approved by Resolutions No. 1-E / 2018 and No. 2-E / 2018 US Food and, Quality Protocols “fresh apples” and of “fresh pears”, as a requirement for the right to use the Seal “Argentine Food” and the reinstatement of 0,5% Additional on export duties.

Both protocols are in addition to quality 40 ya made official for different foods, Argentina Food recognizing excellence and differentiating our products in our country and the world. These protocols define and describe the quality attributes of the apples of the varieties of Malus domestica Borkhy, and pears varieties obtained from Pyruscommunis L.

In the documents we worked together with experts from companies interested in obtaining the seal, Agribusiness and Min, with the participation of IINTI; INTA, and SENASA. It should be noted that, so far there have been food exports that have the Argentine Food stamp, por fob values ​​of U $ D 3.662.917.

Par more information see here and here

Source: Undersecretary of Food and Beverage, Ministry of Food and Agribusiness Bioeconomy Ministry of the Nation.-


Mendoza: registration of producers of fresh fruit vine

The procedure is aimed at those who wish to market the product and whose destination is not the provinces that make up the Northern Patagonia and southern regions, Cuyo and Northwest.

The National Health Service and Food Quality (Senasa) reports until 20 August is open enrollment producers who wish to market fresh fruit vine produced in the province of Mendoza and whose destination is non-wine-growing regions of the country.

The action is carried out under the National Program for Prevention and Eradication of Lobesia botrana and registration is performed 8:30 a 13:30hs. at the following locations:

  • Lujan de Cuyo:
    SENASA Field Operations Center
    Anchorena and east side South Access
    Mayor Drummond- Lujan de Cuyo
  • San Martin
    ISCAMEN See This
    Chubut 130
    San Martin
  • Guaymallén
    ISCAMEN Sede Km8
    Silvano Rodríguez s/n
    km8 – Rodeo de la Cruz – Guaymallén
  • San Rafael
    ISCAMEN Sede San Rafael
    By. Mitre 5400
    National Table – San Rafael
  • General Alvear
    SENASA Office General Alvear
    Carlos Pellegrini and Diagonal Flemming
    General Alvear



  • Lavalle: since 03/08 to the 07/08 de 9hs a 13hs.
    Rural Extension Agency INTA Lavalle
    Belgrano and Las Heras
  • Rivadavia : Wednesdays only
    SENASA Office Rivadavia
    Wenceslao Núñez 655
  • Tunuyán: Wednesdays only
    SENASA Office Tunuyán
    By. Julio A. Rock 68

Packings, distribution centers and / or cold and splitters, that recepcionen grapes from farms licensed by the procedure, may register up 15 days before receiving the fruit, not being determinant geographic location.

Senasa remembers and is provided to register for this season, having paid all the stickers and submitted the affidavit of production destination registered to 30/06/2015 (Form 6 Annex III). Just as there have been defaults or irregularities in the season 2014-2015.

Registrants are quarantined producers must implement the necessary actions for pest control. The same may be made through mating disruption and / or chemical treatment, in the corresponding alerts. In addition to the season 2015-2016, Senasa and the Institute of Agricultural Health and Quality of Mendoza (Iscamen) there are provided an operating technical advice to producers who are enrolled.

By last, Senasa recalls, if fresh fruit vine produced in Mendoza is destined for regions of Northern Patagonia (Black River and Neuquén) Y of (Chubut, Santa Cruz and Tierra del Fuego), Whose (Mendoza, San Juan and La Rioja) and Northwest (Catamarca, Skip, Jujuy, Tucumán and Santiago del Estero), or the settlement was dropped from the SMI, You must comply with the quarantine treatment of methyl bromide fumigation, according to the provisions of the regulations.


Documentation required

In the event that the owner register

  • original and photocopy of the ID owner of the establishment.


In case a third register

  • Note owner's permission
  • original and photocopy of ID of responsible presenting documentation
  • photocopy of the ID owner.


For society

  • note of authorization from the owners
  • original and photocopy of ID of responsible presenting documentation
  • printed record corresponding to the Company Name Tax ID contained in RENSPA

In all cases also present

  • Photocopy of the certificate of registration date in the RENSPA-RUT
  • Those who register for the first time, must submit a photocopy of the ticket Irrigation Department to register property.

For more information, call the toll-free Senasa 0800-999-2386, the ISCAMEN 0800-666-4722, phones to Field Operations Center Senasa 0261-4985011 / 4984131 or ISCAMEN 0261-4297315 (int. 217) or send an email to: or

Institutional Communication area
SENASA Cuyo Regional Center
Carlos M. Alvear 247 North – 5400 San Juan
(011) 1568953575 – #2460



Is mandatory enrollment in the RENSPA for all beekeepers

To perform the procedure in the Office of Senasa corresponding to the location of each apiary, no record of permit or other document proving the relationship between the owner of the agricultural establishment and beekeeper is required.

The National Health Service and Food Quality (Senasa) remember that all honey producers must apply for enrollment in the National Sanitary Register of Agricultural Producers (Renspa) in the Office of Senasa corresponding to the location of each apiary.

To register, the producer must submit: photocopy of ID, Constancia de COOKED / CUIL, RENAPA credential and the Registration Form in full RENSPA. Additionally, breeding apiaries must submit a mandatory health inspection.

It is clear that for registration in the register must present evidence not permit or other document proving the relationship between the owner of the agricultural establishment and beekeeper.

Also, mobilize beekeepers hives, cores and package bees, They must do so previously managing Electronic Document Transit (DTe) Senasa offices for the place of origin of beekeeping material live move.

In this way, Senasa will learn more quickly those changes occurring in the health status, and prevent the spread of any infectious, parasitic or exotic pests. This tool helps, further, with the necessary land use of the different productive regions.

SENASA – 0800-999-2386