The export of food and agricultural products involves a set of actions for which both the private and public sectors are responsible. Gaining access to markets, and keeping them open, and even daily sales operations depend on the work done by the fields of marketing and promotion, commercial negotiation, international relations, financial operations, production, logistics, and of inspection and oversight.

For a large exporter such as Brazil, keeping good coordination among these departments is critical to maintaining the efficiency of the production sector, translated annually into a trade balance surplus, in which agriculture plays an important role.

Within this context, the Secretariat of Animal and Plant Health plays a government role in the official negotiations and controls in the areas of plant health, animal health, quality and identification of agricultural inputs and animal and plant products that end up on the tables of millions of consumers worldwide.

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