The product must correspond to the target market demand in the way the local customers want. In addition, the product must meet the statutory requirements of the target market. Possible statutory requirements include safety requirements for the product, patents, trademarks, design protection, customs regulations and formalities.
Country-specific impediments or limitations for export should be checked in advance, and the necessary permits must be acquired well in advance. The product must often be redesigned to suit the target market, or the situation may even require the company to create an entirely new product. The most important factor is to be able to produce what the customer wants and in the form that the customer prefers to buy and consume the product.
Exporting foodstuffs of animal origin to non-EU countries
Marketing, import and export of plants and plant products