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Liberalization on the fields
To the core: Currently, every company, cooperative, or individual which processes, refines, manufactures, or packages products of vegetable origin must be enrolled in the CGC, which is the General Classification Registration of the Ministry of Agriculture. This is required in almost the entire productive chain, including crops such as coffee and soy, as well as fruit and veg.