The Council’s primary objective is to ensure that California citrus production meets domestic and international regulatory standards. CCQC works with government agencies, international standards setting organizations, the University of California, the California citrus industry and trading partners to help the California industry meet domestic and international phytosanitary, food safety, food additive and pesticide residue regulations.

Korea Septoria Program

This section contains NAVEK Guidelines, Handouts, Spray Application Tables / Notices, and more. (more…)

Australia Preclearance Program

This section contains the Australia WorkPlan, 9-Point plan, and more. (more…)




Comprehensive libraries of alerts and advisories. Visit often for the latest information. (more…)

Chemical & Regulatory Issues

Chemical Advisories, CODEX, and Regulatory Issues. (more…)



Latest News:
  • Workshop Presentation on Field Treatments for Fuller Rose Beetle (view…) – May 27, 2014
  • CDFA releases the 2013/14 California Valenica Objective Measurement Report – March 10, 2014 (view…)
  • CCQC Advisory for Malaysia – New Export Reqirements (view…) – Feb 10, 2014
  • CCQC Advisory for Japan – New Advanced Filing Regulations (view…) – Feb 10, 2014
  • Sweet Orange Scab (SOS) Packinghouse Procedures (view…)
  • CCQC is advising exporters to Korea that all oranges should be treated with the 2nd copper application by mid-January. See application tables.
  • CDFA releases official notice of Proclamation of an Emergency Program regarding ACP for Unincorporated Tulare County (view) – Nov 22, 2013
  • CCQC Honors Ted Batkin with Salter Award (View)
  • CCQC’s Annual Conference Oct 10, 2013 Presentations (view)
  • Korea Export Meeting Presentations – Sept 26, 2013
  • 2013/14 California Navel Orange Objective Measurement Report
  • FDA Proposes New Food Safety Standards (view press release and proposed rule summary) 2/1/13
  • ACP Restricted Area Information (visit)
  • California Citrus Food Safety Documents (more…)