The information provided in the documents attached is current at the time of writing and is intended for use as guidance only and should not be taken as definitive or exhaustive. The Commonwealth endeavours to keep information current and accurate, however, it may be subject to change without notice. Exporters are encouraged to verify all details with their importers prior to undertaking production/exports. The Commonwealth will not accept liability for any loss resulting from reliance on information contained in the notices.
Note: This list displays current notices only.
Date of Effect
|FISH08/07||The European Commission has amended Regulation EC/845/2004, which is the hygiene standard for foods of animal origin. The amendments are contained in Regulation EX/1021/2008||European Union (EU)||November 2008|
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|FISH08/06||The Singapore Agrifood and Veterinary Authority (AVA) has advised that it will enforce requirements that all consignments of frozen oysters are accompanied by a laboratory analysis certificate that confirms that the oysters are free from norovirus.||Singapore||October 2008|
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|FISH08/05||The United States (US) Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has issued a notice to shippers and importers stating that all loaded maritime containers arriving by vessel at a port of entry in the US on or after 15 October 2008, are required to use a seal meeting the ISO PAS 17712 requirements.||USA||October 2008|
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|FISH08/01||Establishments must be EU listed to export to the Ukraine. Whole redfin perch, whole trout and live Sydney rock oysters cannot be certified for export to the Ukraine.||Ukraine||June 2008|
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UFN = Until Further Notice