Matt Lantz Travels to Korea and Japan to Work on Regulatory Harmonization
From March 1 to March 7, BCI’s Vice President for Global Access, Matt Lantz, traveled to Seoul, South Korea and Tokyo, Japan to work on regulatory harmonization issues.
While in Korea, Matt met with the US Embassy to discuss market access issues for several clients. He also followed up with several registrants from the Korea Pesticide Maximum Residue Level Symposium held early in February. Korea will overhaul its pesticide regulatory system on January 1, 2019.
In Tokyo, he met with the US Embassy and Japanese food processors to talk about expanding the current access for US potatoes to Japan. He also worked on regulatory approvals for crop protection products in the market.