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On 31 December 2022, Supreme Decree No. 022-2022-SA was published in the extraordinary digital edition of the official journal El Peruano. The decree extended the deadline by which adhesives that incorporate advertising warnings on imported food and nonalcoholic beverages, including those marketed by micro and small businesses must stop being used.
The extension has been granted until 30 June 2023.

Decision No. 908 of the Commission of the Andean Community was published in the Official Journal of the Cartagena Agreement N° 5097 on 29 December 2022. Through Decision 908, the provisions of Decision 706 (Harmonization of legislation on household hygiene products and absorbent personal hygiene products) have been amended, in the sense of facilitating imports of these products from third countries.

The deadline that allows the use of adhesives or stickers to attach octagonal advertising warnings on imported processed foods and non-alcoholic beverages (imported foods) in accordance with the healthy eating framework was on 31 December 2022. In the absence of a new extension allowing the use of stickers to date, a number of questions arise, which are addressed in this alert.

On 11 December 2021, the official journal, El Peruano, published Resolution N° 028-2021-OEFA/CD, through which the Environmental Monitoring Report Registration Module (IMA) was created as the electronic means through which those managed under the competence of the Organization of Supervision and Environmental Assessment (OEFA) must comply with when submitting their environmental monitoring reports.

On 24 October 2022, the National Authority for the Protection of Personal Data approved a Guide to the International Transfer of Personal Data. According to articles 11 and 15 of Law No. 29733, Personal Data Protection Act, international transfer of personal data can only be carried out when a sufficient level of protection of personal data is guaranteed in the recipient country.

On 27 September 2022, the Ibero-American Network for the Protection of Personal Data published the Guide for the Implementation of Standard Contractual Clauses for the International Transfer of Personal Data, which sets out certain aspects to be considered when making international transfers of personal data through the use of standard contractual clauses. The Guide includes non-binding guidance for those who make ITPD from member countries of the RIPD to non-adequate jurisdictions.

On 19 July, the Ministry of Health published for public comment a draft Supreme Decree that aims to modify the technical parameters for sugar, sodium and saturated fats content in processed foods that are contained in the “Regulation of the Law on the Promotion of Healthy Eating for children and adolescents” and in the “Advertising Warnings Manual”.