Overview of the different labeling and marking requirements, including any restrictive advertising or labeling practices and where to get more information.
Last Published: 7/1/2019

According to Kazakhstani legislation, most products imported into the country must be labeled in both the Kazakh and Russian languages. 

Product labels should include names, manufacturer, country of origin, and information on date of production, period of validity, storage conditions, nutrition data, and usage.

Product manufacturers or sellers obtaining a certificate of conformity have a right to use a mark of conformity by all means established by the state system of technical regulation.

According to the Technical Regulations of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) coming into force in 2013 all products exporting into the EAEU which are subject of the Mandatory Certification and Conformity Assessment under the regulations should be labeled with the Eurasian Conformity Mark (EAC).


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