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  • Aquaculture Certification Aquaculture Certification in PERUin PERU

    G. Ivan SOTOG. Ivan SOTO ConsultantConsultant

  • Peruvian Aquaculture ProfilePeruvian Aquaculture Profile

    Marine Aquaculture Production in Peru

    0

    2,500

    5,000

    7,500

    10,000

    12,500

    15,000

    17,500

    20,000

    22,500

    25,000

    1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 Years

    Tonnes

    Scallops Shrimp Oysters Macroalgae

    Source: Ministry of ProductionSource: Ministry of Production

  • Peruvian Aquaculture Profile (2)Peruvian Aquaculture Profile (2)

    Inland Aquaculture Production in Peru

    -

    1,000

    2,000

    3,000

    4,000

    5,000

    6,000

    7,000

    8,000

    1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 Years

    To nn

    es

    Trout Tilapia C. macropomum Freshwater shrimp P. Brachipomus P. nigricans B. bonaerensis Others

    Source: Ministry of ProductionSource: Ministry of Production

  • Peruvian Aquaculture Profile (3)Peruvian Aquaculture Profile (3)

    Total Aquaculture Production in Peru

    -

    5,000

    10,000

    15,000

    20,000

    25,000

    30,000

    1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

    Years

    To nn

    es

    Total Mariculture Total Inland Aquaculture

    Source: Ministry of ProductionSource: Ministry of Production

  • Peruvian Aquaculture Profile (4)Peruvian Aquaculture Profile (4)

    -

    5,000

    10,000

    15,000

    20,000

    25,000

    30,000

    35,000

    40,000

    45,000

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    Shrimp Scallops Trout Tilapia

    Main Commodities

    Peruvian Exports (2006 vs. 2005)

    2006 2005

    -

    1,000

    2,000

    3,000

    4,000

    5,000

    6,000

    7,000

    8,000

    Na tio

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    Shrimp Scallops Trout Tilapia

    Main Commodities

    Peruvian Exports (2006 vs. 2005)

    2006 2005

    Source: PROMPEXSource: PROMPEX

    USD FOB kg. USD FOB kg. Shrimp 42,940,166 7,545,116 35,410,194 6,306,899 Scallops 27,691,375 2,074,439 28,686,336 2,362,953 Trout 4,196,254 857,385 3,180,881 737,807 Tilapia 378 166 186,756 40,154 TOTAL 74,828,173 10,477,106 67,464,167 9,447,813 Source: PROMPEX

    2006 2005Commodities

  • Peruvian Aquaculture Profile (5)Peruvian Aquaculture Profile (5)

  • Peruvian Aquaculture Profile (6)Peruvian Aquaculture Profile (6)

    National Aquaculture G.I.S.National Aquaculture G.I.S.

  • Accredited Aquaculture Farm SchemeAccredited Aquaculture Farm Scheme

    Requirements (by LAW)

    d. Annual Monitoring (assessment of implementation)d. Annual Monitoring (assessment of implementation)

    Basic Basic RequirementsRequirements

    e. Fees and other permitse. Fees and other permits

    c. Detailed Investment Projectc. Detailed Investment Project

    b. HACCP Management Scheme approved by National Authority b. HACCP Management Scheme approved by National Authority (SANIPES)(SANIPES)

    a. Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA)a. Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA)

    Aquaculture in public areasAquaculture in public areasType 2Type 2

    Aquaculture in private areasAquaculture in private areasType 1Type 1

  • Accredited AquacultureAquaculture Farm Scheme (2)

    a. Authorization by the Vicea. Authorization by the Vice--ministry of Fisheries.ministry of Fisheries. b. Certificate from IMARPE.b. Certificate from IMARPE.

    Export of seed Export of seed and and broodstockbroodstock

    Transport of Transport of PostPost--larvae larvae

    a.a. Authorization from the Department of Aquaculture.Authorization from the Department of Aquaculture. b.b. Sanitary permit from the country of origin.Sanitary permit from the country of origin. c.c. Local inspection to be conducted by SANIPES.Local inspection to be conducted by SANIPES. d.d. Environmental Impact Assessment (for exotic species).Environmental Impact Assessment (for exotic species).

    b. Implementation of a Quality Control Management System. To be b. Implementation of a Quality Control Management System. To be supervised by local fishery authority.supervised by local fishery authority.

    a. Certification of seed availability at the point of origin. Toa. Certification of seed availability at the point of origin. To be given be given by the local fishery authority.by the local fishery authority.

    Import of seedImport of seed

    Case 1 (wild seed): Farmer should get a special permit to be givCase 1 (wild seed): Farmer should get a special permit to be given en by the Viceby the Vice--ministry of Fisheries. ministry of Fisheries.

    Case 2 (seed from hatchery): Farmer must provide documentation Case 2 (seed from hatchery): Farmer must provide documentation from hatchery proving the purchase. from hatchery proving the purchase.

    Seed stockingSeed stocking

    RequirementsRequirementsSpecial CasesSpecial Cases

  • Accredited AquacultureAquaculture Farm Scheme (3)

    Sanitary Requirements:

    Must be located in areas proven to be clean and far from Must be located in areas proven to be clean and far from contamination.contamination. Suitable management of water supply and waste disposal.Suitable management of water supply and waste disposal. Water treatment before/after use.Water treatment before/after use.

    Inland Inland aquaculture aquaculture facilitiesfacilities

    Aquaculture Aquaculture facilitiesfacilities

    Follow the approved HACCP planFollow the approved HACCP plan -- Seed stocking Seed stocking -- GrowGrow--out out -- Harvesting Harvesting -- ProcessingProcessing

    Suitable distribution of the facilities to avoid easy contaminatSuitable distribution of the facilities to avoid easy contamination of ion of the aquaculture products.the aquaculture products.

    Availability of areas devoted for cleaning and suitable Availability of areas devoted for cleaning and suitable management of waste.management of waste.

    ManagementManagement

    Water supply must be free from contaminants hazardous to Water supply must be free from contaminants hazardous to human health.human health.

    Water SupplyWater Supply

    RequirementRequirementActivityActivity

  • Accredited AquacultureAquaculture Farm Scheme (4)

    Total Permits for Aquaculture Farms (2006)

    168

    2,344

    -

    500

    1,000

    1,500

    2,000

    2,500

    Marine Aquaculture Inland Aquaculture

    Types of Aquaculture

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    m its

    (N o.

    )

    -

    2,000

    4,000

    6,000

    8,000

    10,000

    H ec

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    No. of Permits Hectares

  • SANIPES (Towards a Suitable Aquaculture Certification Programme)

    General issues

    Food SecurityFood Security

    SustainabilitySustainability

    •• Antibiotic residuesAntibiotic residues •• TraceabilityTraceability

    •• Environmental sustainabilityEnvironmental sustainability •• Social responsibilitySocial responsibility •• EcoEco--labellinglabelling

    Organic products (Peruvian Experience)

    PERU NATURAL FARM

  • SANIPES (Towards a Suitable Aquaculture Certification Programme)….2

    MINISTRY OF MINISTRY OF PRODUCTIONPRODUCTION

    ITPITP

  • SANIPES (Towards a Suitable Aquaculture Certification Programme)….3

    SANIPES is the Peruvian authority in charge of SANIPES is the Peruvian authority in charge of the procedures dealing with quality the procedures dealing with quality certification of fisheries and aquaculture certification of fisheries and aquaculture products for human consumption.products for human consumption.

    SANIPESSANIPES MAJOR GOAL:MAJOR GOAL: The delivery of fishery and aquaculture The delivery of fishery and aquaculture products with good sanitary conditions for products with good sanitary conditions for human consumption.human consumption.

  • SANIPES (Towards a Suitable Aquaculture Certification Programme)….4

    LEGAL FRAMEWORKLEGAL FRAMEWORK

    SANIPESSANIPES

    1.1. Law No. 28559Law No. 28559. Creates the NATIONAL . Creates the NATIONAL AUTHORITY OF SANITARY ISSUES IN AUTHORITY OF SANITARY ISSUES IN FISHERIES AND AQUACULTURE FISHERIES AND AQUACULTURE PRODUCTS PRODUCTS (29JUN05)(29JUN05);;

    2.2. Decree No. 025Decree No. 025--20052005--PRODUCE. PRODUCE. Establishes the regulatory measures for Establishes the regulatory measures for SANIPES law SANIPES law (30SET05)(30SET05)..

  • SANIPES (Towards a Suitable Aquaculture Certification Programme)….5

    MAJOR PROGRAMMESMAJOR PROGRAMMES

    SANIPESSANIPES

    1.1. National National programmeprogramme for the inspection, for the inspection, surveillance and sanitary control of fishery surveillance and sanitary control of fishery and aquaculture products;and aquaculture products;

    2.2. National National programmep