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EU to reassess ban on vegetable exports from Ghana

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Core Tip: Representatives from the European Union (EU) will soon arrive in Ghana to undertake a critical assessment of the ban placed on some vegetable exports from Ghana by the end of the year.
Representatives from the European Union (EU) will soon arrive in Ghana to undertake a critical assessment of the ban placed on some vegetable exports from Ghana by the end of the year.

The assessment, according to Mr Eric Amoako Twum, the Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana Export Promotion Authority (GEPA) would enable the EU to consider the possibility of lifting the ban.

He said the assessment would be based on packaging, the quality of vegetables, information, standards, and other key areas.

The EU has banned exports of some vegetables from Ghana into the European market based on several concerns, including quality and poor packaging.

That notwithstanding, Mr Twum advised vegetable farmers not to be discouraged, but to work hard to increase productivity, as the government worked out modalities with the EU to lift the ban.
 
 
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