Notice On Payment Of Checks Of Food And Live Animals, Etc.

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om betaling for kontrol af fødevarer og levende dyr m.v.

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Area

Chapter 2 Expenses for the control of live animals and certain products, etc.

Chapter 3 Expenses for the control of food business establishments and so on

Chapter 4 Costs of supervision of laboratories

Chapter 5 Costs for the control of certain substances and residues in live animals and certain animal products

Chapter 6 Imprees for import controls

Chapter 7 Notification and approval etc. in the matter of food

Chapter 8 Attester

Chapter 9 Testing for laboratory examinations, etc.

Chapter 10 Charges for extra control, ry-over fee and morarente etcetera.

Chapter 11 Pensation

Chapter 12 Entry into force and so on.

Appendix 1

Appendix 2

Appendix 3

Appendix 4

Appendix 5

Appendix 6

Appendix 7

Appendix 8

Appendix 9

Appendix 10

Appendix 11

Publication of payment for the control of food and live animals and so on. 1)

In accordance with section 28 (4), Paragraph 1, section 45 and section 49 (4). 1, in Law No 1. 526 of 24. June 2005 on food, section 6 (4). 1, in the eco-law, cf. Law Order no. 761 of 29. June 2006, section 30 (1). Amendment No 4. 433 of 9. June 2004 on veterinarians, Clause 31 and Section 53 of Law No 432 of 9. In June 2004, on the hold of animals and the text of the text. 103, section 27 of the 2007 Finance Bill, cf. provisional appropriation law for the financial year 2008, law no. 2 of 19. In December 2007 :

Chapter 1

Area

§ 1. The compost shall include the payment of a charge for the financing of checks, including inspection, authorisation, registration, approval, notification, certification and examination of food, live animals and establishments, and equipment and products ; including non-food products and not animal products.

Paragraph 2. Payment for control and so on, in accordance with the notice of the international carriage of perishable foodstuffs, is not covered by the notice.

Paragraph 3. For the control of the plant directorate, in accordance with food law and regulations issued in accordance with them, they shall : Section 2 of the delegation of certain tasks to the Directorate-General, shall pay the controlled primary producers for the checks according to the rates in the notice of payment for the checks on feed and feed business.

Chapter 2

Expenses for the control of live animals and certain products, etc.

§ 2. For certifying, supervision or control and so on for live animals, agricultural holdings with animal production and animal non-food products, other than import controls, cf. in Chapter 6, in accordance with the provisions set out in Annex 1. 1, listed tariffs, cf. however, section 3 to 13.

Paragraph 2. I shall be right back. 1 is also the payment in connection with the export of used agricultural machinery and equipment, etc.

§ 3. In the case of the birth certificate's attestation by privates to the provision of a dog, cat or other pet pet to other countries, a fee shall be paid in accordance with : in Annex 1, no. 2.

§ 4. The following Annex 1 shall be paid. 3, for registration and in accordance with Annex 1. 4, for ordinarily oversight of an installation, an enclosure or holding ;

1) with the breeding of ostrich birds,

2) with the breeding of foxes,

3) with farmed farmed game,

4) with farmed farmed game, or

5) in the case of animal husbanding registered in accordance with the notice of the authorisation to breed certain animal species.

§ 5. In the case of veterinary checks, etc., pursuant to the notification to combat certain infectious diseases in the case of fresh-water fish, they shall be paid in accordance with Annex 1 (s). 5.

§ 6. The following Annex 1 shall be paid. 9, for authorization, approval, registration, certification, supervision or control pursuant to Regulation (EC) 1774/2002 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 3. October 2002 on health rules for animal by-products which are not intended for human consumption (the by-product Regulation), with amendments.

§ 7. In the case of health documents for bovine animals and bovine animals printed automatically from the Central livestock production register, they shall be paid in accordance with the requirements set out in Annex 1. 6, listed tariffs.

Paragraph 2. In the case of health documents for sheep and goats printed automatically from the Central livestock production register, they shall be paid in accordance with the requirements set out in Annex 1 (s). 6, listed tariffs.

Paragraph 3. In the event of application, the food vehicle shall be manually drawn up in accordance with paragraph 1. The documents or documents referred to in paragraph 2 shall set out in paragraph 1 and in accordance with the request of the said document. The documents referred to in the Centre ' s Home Livestock (1) and (2) shall be paid for the conunding of the time set out in Annex 1. 1.

Paragraph 4. For the registration of bovine animals, including checks on the registration and earmarking of the holding, an amount shall be paid per year. the herd of animals of the herd. The amount shall be calculated on the basis of the number of annual animals in the crew for the year in question. The following shall be paid in accordance with the following Annex 1. 7, stated rate.

Paragraph 5. In the case of registration of sheep and goats, including checks on the registration and earmarking of the holding, an amount shall be paid per year. herd in accordance with the following Annex 1 (1), 7, stated rate.

Paragraph 6. The FDA is responsible for the administration of the operations referred to in paragraph 1 1-2 and 4-5 set out.

§ 8. Cover them in accordance with section 7 (4). The charges are not the costs of the registration system, the Food Authority may include the amount of the amount of the amount of tax rates for the following financial years.

Paragraph 2. If the charging of charges is increased by the registration system, the Food Authority may include the excess amount when the tax rates are fixed for the following financial years.

§ 9. In the case of ordinary checks on milk-producing holdings, the following shall be paid in accordance with Annex 1. 8. The levy shall be charged to the agricultural production holdings in question once a year in the second quarter, or it may be subject to agreement with the Food Safety Authority by an inter-branch organization. Equine.

§ 10. In the case of food, control on assembly centres and export stables in accordance with the publication of domestic animals through assembly centres and export stables shall be paid for the congested elapsed time after Annex 1 (11).

§ 11. For the registration and control of the movement of pigs, etc. shall be paid in accordance with Annex 1 (1). 12.

§ 12. For the submission of the Food Management Sending to veterinarians of Blank Companies, in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 2 of the European Parliament and of the Council. 998/2003 of 26. The animal health conditions governing the non-commercial movement of pet animals and amending Council Directive 92/65/EEC shall be subject to payment in accordance with Annex 1 (s). The passports are not sent in numbers under 10 at a time.

§ 13. For the control and so on for the export of live animals, directly from a herd, shall be paid in accordance with Annex 1. 14.

Chapter 3

Expenses for the control of food business establishments and so on

Buying establishments with frequently oversight

§ 14. Undertakings which are authorised for slaughter, cutting down, the addition of meat products, the wholesalings of meat and meat products and so on and where the control frequency specified by the food court means that veterinary checks are to be carried out ; daily or at least once a weekly, shall pay a tax to cover the costs of veterinary checks.

Paragraph 2. Establishments subject to paragraph 1. The Regulation (EC) No (1), where further checks are carried out on the labelling of beef and beef products under the European Parliament's and Council Regulation (EC) No 202020/20. 1760/2000 of 17. July 2000 establishing a system for the identification and registration of bovine animals and the labelling of beef and beef products and the repeal of Council Regulation (EC) No (EC) No 2 ; In addition, 820/97 will pay tax to cover the costs of this control.

§ 15. The charges referred to in section 14 shall be calculated on the basis of established direct and joint control costs.

Paragraph 2. Direct control costs on each establishment shall include wages and so on to the control staff, including the AM checking carried out on the slaughterhouse, as well as the cost of laboratory testing of samples, transport and administrative expenditure in connection with : with the control ' implementation at the individual ' s activities.

Paragraph 3. Joint control costs for several undertakings shall be paid in accordance with point 2 of Annex 2. 1-10.

Paragraph 4. Meat-companies approved for export to the United States pay in addition to the direct and joint control costs referred to in Section 14, and also the costs of the operation of the auditory unit.

Paragraph 5. The payment under paragraph 1. 4 will be spread out on direct and joint auditing expenses. The direct audit expenses shall include wages and so on to the auditing staff during the time involved in the auditing of each company. The common auditing expenses shall include the other costs of the auditing unit and shall be distributed among the connected undertakings in relation to the direct audit expenditure.

Paragraph 6. For inspection staff employed by a food landline but not firmly attached to the meat inspection by any establishment, the inspection shall be calculated in accordance with point 2 of Annex 2. 11.

Paragraph 7. In order to cover pension obligations for control staff covered by a state pension scheme without payment of pension contributions to a pension fund, a levy shall be paid on the basis of the pension salary which relates to this ; staff.

Paragraph 8. If a company subject to section 14 requests its authorization revoked, this shall be notified to the food registration period in such time as to expire at the latest the termination of the parole alerts at the latest when the approval of the establishment ' s authorization is no longer required. If this does not happen, the company will reimburse all payroll expenses for the inspection staff during the period from which the establishment ' s authorization is no longer applicable until the termination notice expires.

§ 16. The charges after section 15 are charged as monthly acontosum, followed by correction on the basis of subsequent annual tax return. The companies shall be informed prior to each financial year of the size of the acontoamount.

Paragraph 2. Companies are paying in addition to those of paragraph 1. 1 covered charges, in addition to partial financing of the FDA, with a specialty in investigation and accounting auditing an annual tax as set out in Annex 1 (1). 15 (c).

Paragraph 3. Tax amount less than 25 kr. is not required.

Small abattoirs and game-handling establishments

§ 17. In the case of checks in small slaughterhouses and in wild game processing plants, the undertakings shall pay a levy calculated on the basis of the rates set out in Annex 3.

Paragraph 2. For small abattoirs, slaughterhouses for a year do not slaughter more than 15 500 units of animal, as the number of animal units is calculated as set out in Annex 4. Every quarter, the number of animal units has been slaughtered in a company in the last four quarters and a slaughterhouse, which in the four most recent quarters has had a production exceeding the limit of 15 500 animal specimens, is considered and with it ; The following quarter is no more like a small slaughterhouse.

Paragraph 3. In the following situations, the rates listed in Annex 3 shall be increased with the factors listed below :

1) When the inspection at the company ' s request has been carried out in whole or in part on a working day between : The rates shall be increased by 17 and 22 by multiplication by factor 4.

2) When the inspection at the company ' s request has been carried out in whole or in part on a working day between : 22 and 6, on a Saturday after 9. 14 or on a son or public holiday, the rates shall be increased by multiplication by the factor 6.

3) When monitoring is particularly time-consuming as a result of frequent disruptions to capacity or hygienic reasons, the rates shall be increased by multiplication by factor 4.

4) When control is particularly resourcissful because the checks are called more than three times on the same day as a result of capacity or planning causes increases rates by multiplication by the factor 3 of today's slaughtering.

Paragraph 4. The people in paragraph 3. 3, no. The increases shall not apply to the addition of veterinary checks to an emergency slaughter, cf. paragraph 5.

Paragraph 5. The check request must be submitted at the latest. 14 working day before the check is desired. However, this warning period shall not apply where a veterinarian has attested that slaughter for animal welfare reasons should take place without undue delay (emergency slaughter).

Paragraph 6. For the inspection carried out in accordance with the voluntary labelling scheme pursuant to Article 16 or Article 17 of the Regulation (EC) No 2 of the European Parliament and of the Council (EC) No 1760/2000 of 17. July 2000 establishing a system for the identification and registration of bovine animals and the labelling of beef and beef products and the repeal of Council Regulation (EC) No (EC) No 2 ; The 820/97 shall be paid to those listed in Annex 1. 16, specified charges.

Paragraph 7. The levy shall be charged for months of payment period 30 days after the submission of the bill. Tax amount that amounts to less than 25 kr. is not required.

Charges concerning. the turnover and the addition of fish and fish products, etc.,

§ 18. For the monitoring of production areas for bivalve molluscs and in the areas of production of molluscs, fishermen who have obtained authorization for fishing for bivalve molluscs shall be paid, a levy referred to in Annex 5 (s). 1.

Paragraph 2. The people in paragraph 3. Paragraph 1 shall be subject to quarterly charges.

§ 19. for the control of fish and fish products, apart from bivalve molluscs, echinoders, tunicates and marine gastropods to which they are from vessels, including factory vessels, Iceland, Norway or the Faroe Islands, for consumption, processing or on a shipment, a charge per year. the tonnes or lot, as set out in Annex 5 (s), 2.

Paragraph 2. In a batch, as set out in paragraph 1. 1, a quantity of fish or fish products which are uniform in respect of processing carried together, which shall be collected for the control and which have the same consignon.

Paragraph 3. Where the actual expenditure of checks will not be covered by the provisions referred to in paragraph 1. 1 listed charges shall be calculated as specified in Annex 5 (1). 4.

20. The levy referred to in section 19 shall be levion in the case of landing. However, the levy may be leviated on the first marketing, the collection of which is not appropriate for the landing. The payment of the payment shall be the first buyer or his authorized representative.

Paragraph 2. Tax amount less than 100 kr. is not required.

§ 21. Authorized undertakings, including Danish factory vessels, pay a tonnage as indicated in Annex 5 (s). 3. The tax shall be charged quarterly.

Paragraph 2. For the control of the effect or processing of fishery products, where it is in accordance with paragraph 1. Paragraph 1 shall not be able to cover the actual costs incurred in checking, the charge shall be calculated instead as set out in Annex 5 (s). 5.

Paragraph 3. For authorised and approved establishments, which are refrigerated, frozen, packaged or warehouses, fish and fishery products, for factory vessels which are frozen and frozen fish and fishery products, for seagoing vessels, for the boiling of shrimps and molluscs, and for undertakings authorised for treatment or for the placing on the market of live bivalve molluscs, no matter which may be referred to in paragraph 1. 1 shall be paid a levy as set out in Annex 5 (5) 5.

Paragraph 4. For the provisions of paragraph 1. 2 and 3 included undertakings find section 24 (4). 1-3, corresponding use.

Paragraph 5. Undertakings which, in addition to the addition of fishery products, etc. of fishery products are authorised or registered for the effects or the negotiation of other foodstuffs, shall pay for its checks in accordance with section 14 to 17 and 23-24.

Paragraph 6. Companies are paying in addition to those of paragraph 1. 1 covered charges, in addition to partial financing of the FDA, with a specialty in investigation and accounting auditing an annual tax as set out in Annex 1 (1). 15 (c).

Paragraph 7. Tax amount that amounts to less than 25 kr. is not required.

§ 22. The establishments referred to in section 19, and of fishing operations, fissures, collection centres, fish sales associations and similar emitting information on the quantity of ilandal fish, including information about first-night queues, after the inspection authority instructions.

Paragraph 2. The section 21 (1) of this Article. 1 and 2, included undertakings shall transmit to the food landline by one month after the end of a quarter of a quarter of the region issued with information on the quantity of fish and fishery products delivered to the establishment.

Other firms

-23. For the control of establishments not subject to the provisions of section 14 to 22, cf. however, section 21 (1). The 5 shall be paid in Annex 1 (1). Section 15, and Chapter 9, cf. Annex 11, specified charges.

Paragraph 2. For the control exercised in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 2 of the European Parliament and of the Council. 1760/2000 of 17. July 2000 establishing a system for the identification and registration of bovine animals and the labelling of beef and beef products and the repeal of Council Regulation (EC) No (EC) No 2 ; However, 820/97 shall be paid in accordance with Annex 1, no. 16, specified charges.

Paragraph 3. In the case of ordinary checks on retail sales, including the treatment of foodstuffs etc., and for ordinary checks carried out in accordance with ecologic laws, only duty shall be paid only when the controls are subject to the voluntary labelling scheme pursuant to Article 16 ; Article 17 of the Regulation (EC) No 17 of the European Parliament and of the Council. 1760/2000 of 17. July 2000 establishing a system for the identification and registration of bovine animals and the labelling of beef and beef products and the repeal of Council Regulation (EC) No 2 ; 820/97.

Paragraph 4. For the purposes of this notice, by retailing the statement including at the time of the treatment of foodstuffs and the processing of food for the purpose of the final consumer. For the purpose of retailers, the company shall also be included in section 9 of the notification of the authorisation and registration of food establishments and self-control.

Paragraph 5. Companies, except for retailers, cf. paragraph 3-4, because they have obtained the status of elite establishments, reduced the frequency of inspection, paying for special random checks to be carried out in Annex 1 (2). 17, specified tax.

§ 24. The inspection authority shall forward to the inspection by 31. In December, the individual company will have a control activity plan for the following year. At the same time as an undertaking ' s authorization or registration, resulting in a change of control, a control activity plan shall be forwarded for the remaining calendar year.

Paragraph 2. The control activity plan referred to in paragraph 1 shall be : 1 may be amended in cases where the control requirements have been found to exceed that in the control plan deemed necessary, or where the control requirements have been found to be less than planned.

Paragraph 3. The collection of payment after section 23 to 24 shall be submitted on an immediate basis after the checks carried out.

Paragraph 4. The provisions of paragraph 1. 1-3 shall apply only to retailers for checks on the voluntary labelling scheme pursuant to Article 16 or Article 17 of the Regulation (EC) No 2 of the European Parliament and of the Council. 1760/2000 of 17. July 2000 establishing a system for the identification and registration of bovine animals and the labelling of beef and beef products and the repeal of Council Regulation (EC) No 2 ; 820/97.

Chapter 4

Costs of supervision of laboratories

§ 25. For the supervision of laboratories authorised to carry out investigations into own checks on the own checks of the food business operators, a levy shall be paid in accordance with Annex 1 (1). 15.

Paragraph 2. For the supervision of laboratories authorised to carry out pathological anatomical, microbiological, parasitological, immunological or serological tests for the identification of animal diseases, zoonoses or zoonotic infectants in the area ; animals, in the products of animals or in foodstuffs, a levy as set out in Annex 1 (1). 1.

Chapter 5

Costs for the control of certain substances and residues in live animals and certain animal products

SECTION 26. To cover the costs of verifying certain substances and residues in slaughter and meat and fish, milk and eggs, as provided for in the notification of certain pollutants in food, notification of pesticide residues in foodstuffs and Whereas the publication of medicinal products for the use of medicinal products for animals and the self-contained residues of the food business operators shall be paid to the taxes referred to in Annex 6.

Paragraph 2. Payment of the items referred to in paragraph 1. Paragraph 1 shall be responsible for the following undertakings :

1) Entities where the slaughter of livestock or farmed game is carried out or where the slaughter of wild animals is taking place.

2) Aquaculture farms where fish are reared to be used as food.

3) Entities receiving milk from livestock directly from milk producers for the purposes of their use as food.

4) Packing and chicken coats from which eggs are sold directly to human consumption.

§ 27. The establishments referred to in section 26, referred to in section 26, shall transmit to the food landline by one month after the end of a quarter, one of the region issued reporting form with information about the production scope in the previous quarter. However, for the production of fish farming, only a yearly basis is reported. On the basis of the notification, a charge of charges shall be collected by a charge. The deposit shall be made within 30 days of the submission of the collection.

Paragraph 2. Tax amount that amounts to less than 25 kr. is not required.

Paragraph 3. In order to facilitate the administration of the undertakings concerned, the Food Authority may let the operators in the establishments concerned leave the 1 mentioned reporting forms shall be included as part of other reports.

§ 28. If the charging of charges does not cover the costs of checks, the Food Safety Board may include the amount of the amount of the tax rates for the following financial years.

Paragraph 2. If the charges are to be exceeded, the cost of inspection shall be able to calculate the excess amount by setting charges for the following financial years.

Chapter 6

Imprees for import controls

§ 29. To cover the costs of checks on imports of live animals and products of animal origin, etc. from countries not members of the European Union (third countries) and the addition of the supply and exit from free warehouses, stocks in free zones and cashiers ' outlayers ; of products from third countries, a levy shall be paid.

Paragraph 2. Tax shall not be paid on imports from Norway or on imports of fish and fishery products from Iceland and the Faroe Islands.

-$30. For document and identity checks at the importation of a batch of meat from farm animals of species of bovine animals, swine, sheep, goats and hoofanimals shall be paid, cf. however, paragraph 1 5 and sections 33-34, in accordance with Annex 1 (2). 1.

Paragraph 2. Except for the one in paragraph 4. 1 the document and identity checks shall be subject to the payment of random physical checks, including random laboratory testing, for all parties. The payment to be paid for each lot of the parties referred to in paragraph 1. 1 led products shall be listed in accordance with Annex 7 (1). 1, indicated in accordance with. however, paragraph 1 5.

Paragraph 3. In the case of checks on imports of a batch of meat from farm animals of species, chickens, turkeys, guinea fowl, ducks, geese and rabbits and wild-bred meat of wild or farmed game shall be paid in accordance with Annex 1 (s). 1.

Paragraph 4. For checks on imports of a batch of meat products obtained from or with meat, cf. paragraph Paragraph 1 and paragraph. 3 shall be paid in accordance with Annex 1. 1.

Paragraph 5. However, no matter shall be paid, 1-4, at least in Annex 7, no. The amount specified is 2.

Paragraph 6. Wherever checks are carried out in accordance with the laws of the document or identity checks, the checks shall be paid no matter where the case may be. 5 for the examination of meat or meat products covered by paragraph 1. 1 to 4 alone in accordance with Annex 1, no. 1.

§ 31. For the control of access to and from the release from free warehouses, stocks in free zones or shipments of products of animal origin, etc. that do not comply with the rules for free circulation in the EU, shall be paid in accordance with Annex 1 (1). 1.

§ 32. For the control of live animals and the products listed in Annex 8, as well as for the control of products of animal origin, etc. that are not covered by section 30, 35 or Annex 8, shall be paid, cf. however, paragraph 1 2 and sections 33-34, in accordance with Annex 1 (2). 1.

Paragraph 2. However, no matter shall be paid, 1 for the control of live animals, at least in Annex 7, no. The amount specified.

Paragraph 3. For random laboratory tests on products covered by Annex 8, category III, nr. 14, in the case of salmonella, the amount of salmonella shall be paid in addition to the provisions 1 of the payment referred to in Annex 7 (2) 3.

§ 33. For the control of live animals and products of animal origin, other than fish and fishery products, originating in New Zealand shall be paid regardless of section 30 and 32 of the products listed in Annex 7 (2). 4 listed tariffs.

§ 34. For the control of live animals and for the document and identity checks of products of animal origin, other than fish and fishery products, originating in Canada shall be paid regardless of section 30 and 32 of those listed in Annex 1 (s). 1, listed tariffs.

Paragraph 2. Except for the one in paragraph 4. the document and identity checks referred to in respect of products of animal origin other than fish and fishery products and the products listed in Annex 8 for random physical checks, including random laboratory tests, shall be subject to the products covered by the products listed in Annex 8 for random physical checks, including random laboratory tests ; Party. The payment shall be made in accordance with the requirements set out in Annex 7 5, listed tariffs.

Paragraph 3. For random laboratory tests on products covered by Annex 8, category III, nr. 14, in the case of salmonella, the amount of salmonella shall be paid in addition to the provisions Paragraph 1 and paragraph. 2 for the payment referred to in Annex 7, no. 3.

Paragraph 4. However, no matter shall be paid, 1 and 2 for the control of live animals and for the control of meat and meat products, at least in Annex 7 (2). The amount specified is 2.

$35. For the control of fresh fish and fishery products which are directly derived from the sea from vessels belonging to countries outside the European Union (EU), other than Greenland, Iceland, Norway and Faroe, for consumption, processing, or further transmission before shall be paid for the EU as set out in Annex 7, no. 7.

Paragraph 2. For the control of other fish and fish products other than those referred to in paragraph 1. Paragraph 1 shall be paid in accordance with Annex 7 (2), in the case of Iceland, Norway and Faroe, in the case of Iceland, Norway and Faroe. 6, cf. however, paragraph 1 4.

Paragraph 3. For the control of fish and fishery products originating from countries outside the EU except Iceland, Norway and the Faroe Islands and imported from countries within the EU or from Iceland, Norway or Fare, in the case of imprest veterinary checks as set out in Annex 7, no. 6, cf. however, paragraph 1 4.

Paragraph 4. For the provisions of paragraph 1. However, 2 and 3 covered fish and fishery products shall be paid at least in Annex 7 (7). 8 specified.

§ 36. The one in paragraph 35, paragraph 1. Paragraph 1 shall be levior in the case of landing. However, the levy may be levion at first marketing. The levy shall be paid by the first buyer or his authorized representative.

Paragraph 2. The charge for checking at import cf. § 35, paragraph. Two-three, paid for by the importer or his customs declarant.

Paragraph 3. Tax amount less than 100 kr. is not required.

§ 37. In the case of import controls which cannot be carried out due to the requisition ' conditions, the payment shall be paid in accordance with Annex 7 (2). 9.

§ 38. In accordance with the provisions of Chapter 9, the laboratory examinations shall be paid in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 9. Annex 11.

Paragraph 2. For the laboratory testing of products listed in Annex 8, category III, nr. However, 14, for the contents of salmonella, shall be paid in accordance with Annex 7. 10.

§ 39. The costs of handling and possible storage of products and the housing and storage of live animals in the control of the Food Authority shall be inapplicable to the Food Authority.

Chapter 7

Notification and approval etc. in the matter of food

§ 40. Entities notified to the Food and Food Authority the addition of nutrients to food according to rules laid down under Clause 8 and 9 of the Food Safety Act shall pay a fee as set out in Annex 9 (s). 1.

Paragraph 2. Entities requesting the Food Management Board for the approval of flavouring substances pursuant to rules laid down under Clause 8 and 9 of the Act of Food, or Requestor for renewal of the use of aroma, pay a fee as set out in Annex 9, no. 2.

Paragraph 3. Entities requesting the Food Management Board for approval of an additive including a nutrient in accordance with rules laid down under Clause 8 and 9 of the Food and Food Safety Act, or requesting an extension of a permit for the use of an additive ; additive, shall pay a fee as specified in Annex 9. 3.

Paragraph 4. Undertakings requesting the FDA for approval of the control and surveillance equipment and so on under rules laid down in section 35 (3). 1, in the law of foodstuffs, shall pay a fee as set out in Annex 9 (1). 4.

Paragraph 5. Entities notifying bacterial cultures, mold and feral mushrooms for the Food Authority pursuant to Article 9 of the Law on Food, shall pay a fee as specified in Annex 9 (s). 5.

Paragraph 6. Entities notifiable enzymes for the FDA pursuant to rules laid down in section 9 of the Act of Food or in the notification of which an enzyme is amended shall pay a fee as specified in Annex 9 (s). 6.

Paragraph 7. Companies which, in accordance with Regulation (EC) No, of the European Parliament and of the Council, The 258/97 on novel foods and novel food ingredients are applying for the approval of novel foods and food ingredients, and shall pay a fee to the Food and Food Service as set out in Annex 9 (s). 7.

Paragraph 8. Businesses requesting the evaluation of analytical methods after the North Valet system shall pay a fee as set out in Annex 9 (s). 8.

Niner. 9. Entities requesting the FDA for approval of a disinfectant, mammals, mammals or medium used for yverhygiene, shall pay a fee as specified in Annex 9 (s). 9.

Chapter 8

Attester

§ 41. For the issuance of certificates (health certificates) and zoosanitary declarations for export to third countries of food, including additives, a fee shall be paid as listed in Annex 10.

Paragraph 2. Tests for the export to Norway and the export of fish and fishery products to Iceland and the Faroe Islands are not covered by the levy in paragraph 1. 1.

Paragraph 3. Where certification is subject to special studies, etc. shall be paid for the co-walking time of Annex 1. 15.

Chapter 9

Testing for laboratory examinations, etc.

§ 42. In the case of laboratory examinations carried out by the Food Management or Food Regulation laboratories, in the context of the regulatory control of food and slaughter animals, etc. shall be paid in accordance with the provisions of Annex 11.

§ 43. For the control of protein content in skins for exports, they are paying the enlisted undertakings in accordance with Annex 11.

§ 44. For quality control with deliveries of canned food products under the World Food Programme (World Food Programme), the analyses carried out in accordance with Annex 11.

Chapter 10

Charges for extra control, ry-over fee and morarente etcetera.

§ 45. Where, in a company or holding of primary production, the rule of foodstuffs or the law on animals of animals is subject to additional checks, the following checks shall be carried out after notification of the said laws, issued by notices issued ; the additional costs shall be paid in accordance with the additional costs referred to in Annex 1 (2), in accordance with this or by Community rules in the field. 10, and Appendix 11. Payment shall be levior in accordance with the rules laid down in Article 28 of the Regulation (Regulation 882/2004).

Paragraph 2. However, undertakings covered by § § 6 and 14 to 16 shall pay for additional checks as referred to in paragraph 1. 1 in accordance with the provisions of section 6 and 14-16.

Paragraph 3. In addition to the provisions of paragraph 1, 1 cases shall be paid in accordance with Annex 1, in the case of milk deliveries, the additional costs shall be paid. 10, and Annex 11, in exceptional monitoring as a follow-up to visits by the Mejeriunification / Danish Kiss Group, in the context of possible infringements of food law.

Paragraph 4. Where an undertaking is subject to a requisition, the company shall pay the additional costs as set out in Annex 1 (s). 10, and Appendix 11.

§ 46. Payment obligations laid down by Regulation, or as a result of rules laid down or maintained in accordance with the law on animals, the law on food or the eco-law, and which are not fulfilled in a timely manner to the taxable authority, be attributed unless otherwise provided for by Regulation, an annual interest rate corresponding to the interest rate in accordance with Article 5 of the Interest. However, interest shall be at least 50 kr.

Paragraph 2. For memoirs, a 100 krat fee shall be paid for in accordance with section 3 of the Act of a Rate Adjustment%.

§ 47. There is a panting right for the sections, section 2-7, section 9 19, section 9, section 23, § § 25-26 and § § 29-46, cf. the amounts of the Annexes 1 to 11.

Chapter 11

Pensation

§ 48. In compliance with Community rules on the financing of veterinary examinations, the Food Authority may, in particular cases, reduce, in particular cases, the payment of checks on the costs of inspection.

Chapter 12

Entry into force and so on.

§ 49. The announcement shall enter into force on 2. -February 2008.

Paragraph 2. Publication no. 1475 by 14. In December 2006, the payment for the control of food and live animals and so on shall be repealed.

$50. For the time being, the following types of charge for the control and so on shall not be charged :

1) Payment for special eco-cross-checks, and for ordinary checks of ecology law, cf. Law Order no. 761 of 29. June 2006, cf. sections 14, 17 and 23, except for the controls at the same time as the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 2020/20. 1760/2000 of 17. July 2000 establishing a system for the identification and registration of bovine animals and the labelling of beef and beef products and the repeal of Council Regulation (EC) No (EC) No 2 ; 820/97.

2) Payment for registration and ordinary supervision in accordance with section 4.

3) Payment for ordinary checks and so on in accordance with section 5.

4) Payment for managing the monitoring of production areas for bivalve molluscs in accordance with section 18.

5) Payment for ordinary checks pursuant to section 23 and section 42 of small dairy companies producing on the basis of less than 2 million. kg (b) milk per Years.

6) Payment for the issuance of certificates in accordance with section 41 (4). 1.

Paragraph 2. Charges and fees, etc. for the time period before 2. February 2008 is required according to the existing rules.

The FDA, the 30. January 2008 Anders Munk Jensen / Flemming Simonsen

Appendix 1

General time rates and charges for the control of live animals and certain products

1. For certifying, supervision and control, etc. in accordance with section 2 (2). Paragraph 7 (1) and section 7 (2). 3, supervision in accordance with section 25 (1). 2, and checks pursuant to section 30 (3). Paragraph 1 (1). 3. 4 and 7. 6, section 31, section 32, paragraph. Rule 34 (1) and Article 34 (1). 1, Papayas :

a) A basic fee of $139. to which is 237 kr. per started 15 minutes on weekdays between : 6 and 17.

(b) A basic fee of 139 kr. Where's $304 crowns? per started 15 minutes on weekdays between : 17 and 22.

c) A basfee of DKK 139 for which DKK 371. per started 15 minutes on weekdays between : 22 and 6, on Saturdays after 9 p.m. Fourteen, son and Holidays, 1. May, the day of the day, Christmas Day and New Year's Day.

(d) For control, etc., cf. Section 2, which is not possible because of the requestor's circumstances, is paid for 4 quarts of intime. the basic fee.

The quarterlies referred to in (a-c shall be used for the period of time in which the authority is present in the controlled undertaking or the herd and so on for certifying o.l. that is carried out on the home of the food court without being associated with any one ; the inspection of the requestor shall not be subject to the basic fee.

2. In the cases referred to in section 3, DKK 124 kr. for each processing operation.

3. In the cases referred to in section 4, DKK 412 is paid. for registration.

Four, in the in section 4, no. Two-four, mentioned case is $665 kr. per year of regular supervision, and in the section in section 4. In the case of 1 and 5, 1 325 DKK shall be paid. per years of ordinary supervision.

In the cases referred to in section 5, a $717 DKK fee is payable. In addition, the production of livestock farming living fish, apart from eels, must also be paid a half-yearly fee of 2.387 kr.

Six, in the section seven, paragraph 7. The case shall be paid by 1 and 2 :

(a) 18.00 kr. per paragraph for the in paragraph 1. 1 documents referred to for bovine animals. For documents ordered by voice response on tphone. However, 70 15 13 33, Animal registration or Web solution shall be paid 13.00 kr. per paragraph

(b) 20,10 kr. per paragraph for the in paragraph 1. 2 mentioned documents for sheep and goats.

Seven, in the section 7, section. The case shall be paid by 4 and 5 :

a) An annual tax of 19.60 kr. per annual animals (bovine animals) in the animals referred to in paragraph 1. 4 mentioned herds. Amount less than 19.60 kr. per Years for the crew shall not be charged.

b) An annual tax of $341.75 kr. per herd for the crew referred to in paragraph 1 5 mentioned herds.

8. for ordinary checks on milk-producing agricultural holdings, cf. § 9,

(a) the quality advice of the Mejeria / Dansk Kwall as part of the self-control is paid an annual charge of DKK 267. The tax shall cover the calendar year and shall be paid by all holdings which are milk-producing the week 22 the year in question.

b) that do not use the quality advice of the Mejeria / Danish Kwall, as part of the self-control, is paid an annual charge of $802. The tax shall cover the calendar year and shall be paid by all holdings which are milk-producing the week 22 the year in question.

9. for authorization, approval, registration, certification, supervision or control pursuant to section 6 shall be paid :

a) A basic fee of 403 kr. for which DKK 674. per started 15 minutes on weekdays between : 6 and 17.

(b) A basic fee of 403 kr. for which DKK 865 kr. per started 15 minutes on weekdays between : 17 and 22.

c) A basic fee of 403 kr. to which one comes 1055 kr. per started 15 minutes on weekdays between : 22 and 6, on Saturdays after 9 p.m. Fourteen, son and Holidays, 1. May, Anniversary, Christmas Day and New Year's Day.

The quarterlies referred to in (a-c) shall be used for the period in which the competent authority is present in the controlled undertaking. For certifying o.l., which is carried out on the home of the food court without having to be associated with a requisition, no basic fee shall be paid.

Ten, in the 45, the one in the 45. The following charges shall be paid to 1, 3 and 4 :

(a) In establishments covered by section 24 (1), 3-4 (retailers) are paid :

i) A basic fee of 313 kr. for which DKK 281 DKK per started 15 minutes on weekdays between : 6 and 17.

(ii) A basic fee of 313 kr. for which DKK 361 kr. per started 15 minutes on weekdays between : 17 and 22.

(iii) A basic fee of 313 kr. where's 440 kr. per started 15 minutes on weekdays between : 22 and 6, on Saturdays after 9 p.m. Fourteen, son and holidays.

(iv) When monitoring takes place alone in the examination of documentation submitted, no matter no. i iii 108 kr. per initiated quarter of the case processing time used.

(b) When establishments are covered by section 24 (4), 3-4, (retailers) are followed up on an injunction, a ban or a penalty shall be paid out of the amount of $1293 per fee. to cover case processing costs.

(c) In establishments covered by Section 21, payment of a notice shall be paid for following up on an injunction, a ban or a fine 2110 kr. for 1. started the hour. For additional time spent, DKK 427 is paid. per started 15 minutes on weekdays between : 6 and 17, 547 kr. per started 15 minutes on weekdays between : 17 and 22, and 668 kr. per started 15 minutes on weekdays between : 22 and 6, on Saturdays after 9 p.m. Fourteen, and on a son and holidays. For other purposes, the following inspection visit shall be paid in Annex 5 (5), 5 led to the above.

(d) In other companies, section 24 shall be paid for follow-up on an injunction, a ban or a fine 2110 kr. for 1. started the hour. For additional time spent, DKK 427 is paid. per started 15 minutes on weekdays between : 6 and 17, 547 kr. per started 15 minutes on weekdays between : 17 and 22, and 668 kr. per started 15 minutes on weekdays between : 22 and 6, on Saturdays after 9 p.m. Fourteen, and on a son and holidays. In the case of other follow-up visits, they shall be paid in no. 15 led charges.

(e) In section 4 or section 9 of the crew shall be paid for following up on an injunction, a ban or a fine 2110 kr. for 1. started the hour. For additional time spent, DKK 427 is paid. per started 15 minutes on weekdays between : 6 and 17, 547 kr. per started 15 minutes on weekdays between : 17 and 22, and 668 kr. per started 15 minutes on weekdays between : 22 and 6, on Saturdays after 9 p.m. Fourteen, and on a son and holidays. In the case of other follow-up visits, they shall be paid in no. 15 (a) of the above tariff.

(f) When the follow-up check is carried out by the FDA with a specialty in the investigation and accounting control, no matter (a-e 546 kr is) is paid. per commenced hours for the total time spent for the inspection.

You, under (a), no. i-iii, and C-e mentioned quarterlies shall be used for the period of time in which the authority is present in the controlled undertaking. The amount referred to in (d) shall apply to both the time spent in the establishment and the time spent on casework.

11. for checks pursuant to section 10, the following shall be paid :

a) A basic fee of $139. for which DKK 165 kr. per started 15 minutes on weekdays between : 6 and 17.

(b) A basic fee of 139 kr. for which DKK 211 kr. per started 15 minutes on weekdays between : 17 and 22.

c) A basfee of DKK 139 to which comes 257 kr. per started 15 minutes on weekdays between : 22 and 6, on Saturdays after 9 p.m. Fourteen, son and Holidays, 1. May, the day of the day, Christmas Day and New Year's Day.

(d) For the control and so on because of the frequency of the requestor cannot be completed, 4 Quarters are not paid. the basic fee.

When on the same day at the company ' s request, checks are carried out for two or more separate periods, the charge will be calculated for the entire total time, unless the interval between the individual control periods is 2 hours or more.

12. for the registration and control of the movement of pigs and so on, cf. Section 11 is paid an annual charge of 265.25 kr. per herd, and for each relocation of pigs, a fee of 0,76 kr.

13. For glacial company animal passports, cf. § 12 is paid $15.05. by paragraph,

14. For checks and so on under Article 13 :

a) A basic fee of 403 kr. to which DKK 190 per started 15 minutes on weekdays between : 6 and 17.

(b) A basic fee of 403 kr. to which comes 243 kr. per started 15 minutes on weekdays between : 17 and 22.

c) A basic fee of 403 kr. for which DKK 297 kr. per started 15 minutes on weekdays between : 22 and 6, on Saturdays after 9 p.m. Fourteen, son and Holidays, 1. May, the day of the day, Christmas Day and New Year's Day.

(d) For the initial approval of a crew for regular direct export of clowns animals, in addition to the amount referred to in (a-c, a flat-rate fee shall be paid at 4.097 kr.

e) The issue of a TRACES certificate shall be paid out of the amount of ECU 355 referred to in (a-c) for the late delivery to the food registration of the necessary information on the export of the goods to 7 10 kr. For the submission of information, the operator shall not, in respect of exports, not within the 4 business days prior to the export period, cf. Notice no. 774 of 29. August 2001, section 10, section 18 (1). 4 as well as 20 (20). 1, together with the prior notification, an electronically completed copy of the document ' TRACES del I-Information on the consignment, together with the prior notification, have submitted an electronically completed copy of the consignment, cf. Commission Decision 2003 /623/EC and Commission Regulation 599 /2004/EC, for certification in the food-region region.

The quarterlies referred to in (a-c) shall be used for the period in which the competent authority is present in the controlled herd.

15. for supervision and control in accordance with section 23, paragraph 1. Paragraph 25, paragraph 25. Paragraph 1, and section 41 (1). Three, paid for :

(a) For establishments before the date of the date 1. July 2006 was exempt from payment due to them until 1. In January 2000, or would have been subject to the rule of foodstuffs (non-animal business), the following shall be paid :

i) A basic fee of 361 kr. for which DKK 270 kr. per started 15 minutes on weekdays between : 6 and 17.

ii) A basic fee of 361 kr. for which DKK 346 kr. per started 15 minutes on weekdays between : 17 and 22.

(iii) A basic fee of 361 kr. for which DKK 423 kr. per started 15 minutes on weekdays between : 22 and 6, on Saturdays after 9 p.m. Fourteen, son and Holidays, 1. May, Anniversary, Christmas Day and New Year's Day.

(b) For other establishments (livestock enterprises), payment shall be paid :

i) A basic fee of 403 kr. to which is 427 kr. per started 15 minutes on weekdays between : 6 and 17.

ii) A basic fee of 403 kr. to which comes 547 kr. per started 15 minutes on weekdays between : 17 and 22.

(iii) A basic fee of 403 kr. to which DKK 668 kr. per started 15 minutes on weekdays between : 22 and 6, on Saturdays after 9 p.m. Fourteen, son and Holidays, 1. Day of May Day, Christmas Day and New Year's Day.

(c) In addition to the charges referred to in (a-b), companies that are not covered by section 24 (3) shall be paid to undertakings. 3 to 4, in part, to the partial financing of the FDA's travel team with a specialty in investigation and accounting auditing an annual tax of 422 kr. The levy shall be recharged on : 1. April every year.

The quarterlies referred to in (a-b) shall be used for the period in which the competent authority is present in the supervised establishment. For certifying o.l., which is carried out on the home of the food court without having to be associated with a requisition, no basic fee shall be paid.

For supervisors in connection with the voluntary labelling scheme in accordance with Regulation (EC) No, 1760/2000 is paid in, cf. § 17, paragraph 1. 6, and section 23 (4). 2, after no. 15. for the processing operations in connection with the voluntary labelling scheme under Regulation (EC) No ; 1760/2000 for more than 20 minutes per hour. Case is 155 kr. per Fifteen minutes. In establishments not covered by tax exemption for ordinary food controls, in accordance with section 50 (4). The following shall be paid in accordance with the compulsory labelling system in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 1, in accordance with the provisions of Regulation (EC) No (EC) No (EC) 1760/2000.

Seventeen, of section 23, paragraph 1. 5, included elites, pay for special random checks, an annual charge of DKK 346 kr. The levy shall be charged to the establishments registered as elite undertakings. 1. On April of that year.


Appendix 2

Joint charges for slaughterhouses and so on with firm supervision in accordance with section 15 (s). 3, and the calculation of the cost of the expenditure on staff who are not firm affiliate with section 15 (s). 6

The following joint cost, cf. Section 15 (3). 3, shall be distributed between undertakings in relation to their direct control expenditure :

1. Direct expenditure related to the participation of the monitoring staff in the following-and further training.

2. Direct expenditure related to the participation of works representatives, representatives of trustees and of the security representatives at courses and meetings necessary for the functions of the functions concerned.

3. the cost of replacement staff at the participation of the on-board staff in training and further training and courses and meetings as referred to in point (2). 1 and 2 and to the replacement staff for inspection staff who have been granted freedom of pay for other professional activities.

4. Merexpenses for the replacement staff for auditors shall be checked out to other undertakings.

5. Merexpenses subject to the difference between maternity benefits and actual payroll costs and additional costs for the replacement staff for maternity leave or parental leave.

6. Administrative contributions to the Board of Work and the compensation payments made in the case of accidents at work.

7. Other expenses as : Move Allowance, AER contribution, AES contributions, BST, Flexjobpool contributions, and not executed ATP-contributions for replacements.

8. Merexpenses subject to the difference between sickness benefits and actual payroll costs for inspection staff, which are on sick leave and where the employer is entitled to reimbursement after the sickness benefits section of section 54 (4). 1.

9. Merexpenses resulting from the payment of on-call pay or the waiting money to be made redundant to the auditing staff.

10. Expenditure associated with administration of the control.

Calculation of inspection staff for staff employed by a food registration, but not firmly attached to the meat inspection by any undertaking, cf. Section 15 (3). 6 :

11. The check cost is calculated as 451.46 kr. per an hour for veterinarians and as 294,13 kr. per time for supervisory technicians.


Appendix 3

Controlevies for small abattoirs and game-processing undertakings (charges under Section 17)

The following flat-rate amounts shall be required for the costs of examining and checking the slaughter and slaughter processing :

1. For beef :

(a) For adult bovine animals : $37.25 kr. per Animals.

For maidens : 18,65 kr. per Animals.

2. for meat of equidae and the meat of ostrich birds : 32.82 kr. per Animals.

3. for meat of pigs, including wild boar :

(a) The carcase of porcine pigs of less than 25 kg : 3.73 kr. per Animals.

(b) The carcase of guinea pigs of a weight of 25 kg and more : 9,70 kr. per Animals.

(c) feral root of boar : 11,17 kr. per Animals.

(d) The amounts shall be increased by the cost of trichinaudits, if the amounts are insufficient to cover this investigation.

4 for meat of sheep, goats and ruminants game :

(a) The carcasses of sheep and goats of a weight of less than 12 kg : 1.31 kr. per Animals.

(b) The carcasses of sheep and goats of a weight exceeding 12 kg : 2,61 kr. per Animals.

(c) The carcasses of ruminant game 3.72 kr. per Animals.

5. for poultry, rabbits, feathers and pigmeat :

(a) For animals of a weight of less than 2 kg : 0,7 kr. per Animals.

(b) For animals of a weight between 2 and 5 kg : 0,15 kr. per Animals.

(c) For animals of a weight of more than 5 kg : 0,30 kr. per Animals.

The following flat-rate amounts shall be subject to expenditure for inspection and control in connection with the cutting of fresh meat : 22,35 kr. (EUR 3) per tons.


Appendix 4

Conversion of slaughter numbers for animal specimens, cf. § 17

Animal species
Slaughled weight
Group
Devices
Cattle
> 150 kg
4
< 150 kg
2
< 90 kg
fatalveal
2
Decalve
1.33
Horses
4
Sheep and goats
1
Searching and orner
> 100 kg
2
Other pigs
1
Chickens
0.067
Ducks
0,1
You're ...
0,1
Other domestic domestic poultry, including hens,
0.133
Rabbits
0.133
Hjorte
1
Ostriches
1

Appendix 5

Controlevies for fish other than import

The surveillance referred to in section 18 shall be paid on the basis of the actual costs incurred in respect of algeal monitoring. In addition, it is paid for the management of the surveillance scheme annually 7.485 kr. per shell authorisation, however, for breeding and for handblasts only DKK 1031. a year.

2. The one in section 19 (1). 1, mentioned fee amounts to 7.45 kr. (1 euro) per tonnes for fish and fishery products which are directly from the sea from a vessel when it comes to quantities up to 50 tonnes, and 3.72 kr. (0.5 euro) per tons of crowds over here. In the case of herring and mackerel, the charge shall be as set out in 1. Act. however, no more than 372,97 kr. (EUR 50) per unloaded lot.

3. The one in section 21 (1). 1, mentioned fee amounts to 7.45 kr. (1 euro) per the tonne and levior of fishery products delivered to an establishment which works or processed in such goods, as well as fishery products coming from a factory vessel.

The fourth paragraph of paragraph 19 (4). The tax referred to above shall be EUR 1066. per Hour.

The fifth paragraph of paragraph 21 (2). EUR 2 and 3 shall be set at 1066 kr. per Hour. In the case of the supervision of a factory vessel in a third country, all expenditure incurred in respect of supervision shall be charged.


Appendix 6

Controlevies on residues (charges under section 26)

1. Companies where slaughter takes place will pay 16.48 kr. per Meat.

2. Aquaculture of aquaculture animals for slaughter or export in live mode shall pay 33.39. per A ton of fish made up as a live weight.

3. Companies receiving milk directly from the milk producer shall pay 0,19 kr. per A thousand litres of unprocessed raw milk.

4. EGGs and coats, from which eggs are sold for human consumption, pay 10,96 kr. per tonnes of eggs produced or packed in the establishment.


Appendix 7

Import Control Charges

1. for check by section 30 (1). Two, $190. per lot on weekdays between : 6 and 17, 243 kroner. per lot on weekdays between : 17 and 22, and 297 kr. per lot on weekdays between : 22 and 6, on Saturdays after 9 p.m. Fourteen, son and Holidays, 1. May, Anniversary, Christmas Day and New Year's Day.

2. The check shall be paid after section 30 (5). 1-4 and for the control of live animals, cf. Section 32 (1). Rule 34 (1) and Article 34 (1). 4, however, at least the following amounts :

For a batch of products of animal origin (other than fishery products) and in the case of a batch of live bovine animals, equidae, swine, sheep, goats, poultry, rabbits, or small birds wild, wild, wild boar or ruminant, the following rates shall be paid :

-409.70 kr. (EUR 55) per lot up to 6 tonnes, and

-$67.4. (EUR 9) per tonnes thereafter up to 46 tonnes, or

-$3,128.62. (EUR 420) per lot over 46 tonnes.

However, for a batch of other live animals other than animals belonging to the following groups : ornamental birds, aquaculture animals (including fish), rodents (including animals of the hareg), reptiles, insects or other invertebrates shall pay at least the following rates :

-409.70 kr. (EUR 55) per lot up to 46 tonnes, or

-$3,128.62. (EUR 420) per lot over 46 tonnes.

Where a batch of animal products other than meat and fishery products intended for human consumption consists of a number of smaller individual batches, at least the following shall be paid :

4,469.46 kr. (EUR 600) per vessel with a cargo of products of up to 500 tonnes,

-8:9,98.92. (EUR 1200) per vessel with a cargo of products of up to 1000 tonnes,

-17,877.84. (EUR 2400) per vessel with a cargo of products up to 2000 tonnes,

-26.816,76 kr. (EUR 3600) per a vessel with a cargo of products exceeding 2000 tonnes.

3. For the control covered by Section 32 (3). Article 34 (3) and Article 34 (3). Three, paid $124. per Party. However, for the first ten lots or in the case of imports from Canada, the first six parties shall be paid 1.227. per Party.

4. To cover expenditure in relation to veterinary checks on live animals and animal products, etc., from New Zealand, cf. Section 33 is paid for :

(a) Live animal : 37,25 kr. EUR 5 (5 euro) per tonnes, and

(b) products of animal origin, other than fish and fishery products : 11,17 kr. (EUR 1.5) per tons.

(c) However, it shall be paid no matter (a and b at least 223,47 kr.) (EUR 30) per lot and no more than 2.607.19 kr. (EUR 350) per Party.

5. For the control covered by Article 34 (1). $2 is paid 95. per lot on weekdays between : 6 and 17, 122. per lot on weekdays between : 17 and 22 and 148 kr. per lot on weekdays between : 22 and 6, on Saturdays after 9 p.m. Fourteen, son and Holidays, 1. May, Anniversary, Christmas Day, and New Year's Eve.

6. The one in section 35 (1). The payment shall be 2 and 3 :

(a) 744 kr. per started the hour for the total time spent at the working time interval between at 9 p.m. 6 and 17.

(b) 1215 kr. per started the hour for the total time spent at the working time interval between at 9 p.m. 17 and 22.

(c) 1486 kr. per started the hour for the total time spent at the working time interval between at 9 p.m. 22 and 6, on Saturdays after 9 p.m. Fourteen, son and Holidays, 1. May, the day of the day, Christmas Day and New Year's Day.

The one in paragraph 35, paragraph 1. 1, mentioned fee amounts to 7.45 kr. (1 euro) per tonnes for fresh fish and fishery products which are directly from the sea from the fishing vessel of a third country, when it comes to quantities up to 50 tonnes, and 3.72 kr. (0.5 euro) per tons of crowds over here. In the case of herring and mackerel, the charge may be the charge listed in 1. pkt., however, shall not exceed 372,46 kr. (EUR 50) per unloaded lot.

The one in paragraph 35 (5). 4, the charge that is at least required to be charged amounts to the following amounts :

-409.70 kr. (EUR 55) per lot up to 6 tonnes, and

-$67.4. (EUR 9) per tonnes thereafter up to 46 tonnes, or

-$3,128.62. (EUR 420) per lot over 46 tonnes.

Where a batch of fishery products consists of a number of smaller individual batches, at least the following shall be paid :

4,469.46 kr. (EUR 600) per a vessel with a cargo of fishery products on up to 500 tonnes,

-8:9,98.92. (EUR 1200) per a vessel with a cargo of fishery products on up to 1000 tonnes,

-17,877.84. (EUR 2400) per a vessel with a cargo of fishery products up to 2000 tonnes,

-26.816,76 kr. (EUR 3600) per a vessel with a cargo of fishery products exceeding 2000 tonnes.

9. For control, cf. § 37, which cannot be carried out because of the requestor's relationship, the following shall be paid :

DKK 2,036 kr. on weekdays between time 6 and 17.

(b) 2,572 kr. on weekdays between time 17 and 22.

(c) 3.108 kr. on weekdays between time 22 and 6, Saturdays after 9 p.m. Fourteen and the son and the holidays.

10. For the control covered by section 38 (4). Two, paid $1,227. per lot (5 sampling).


Appendix 8

Product groups for which special import rules apply

Category I

1 whole eggs.

2. Pig fat and melted cool.

Three, animal arms.

4. Rugey.

Category II

1. Milk and milk-based products for human consumption.

2. EGGs

3. processed animal protein for human consumption.

4. Honey

Category III

1. Seat of semen.

2. Embryos, including eye eggs of aquatic products.

3. Gylle.

4. Milk and milk-based products (not for human consumption).

The fifth gelatine.

6. Frogs and snails.

7. ben and bone products.

8. Huder and skins.

9, Børge, wool, hair and feathers.

10. Horn, horns, hooves and hooves, as well as products thereof.

Bieavlproducts.

12. Hunting trophies.

13, processed feed, including processed fishery products, to pet animals.

14, raw materials, including fishmeal and other fishery products, for the manufacture of petfood.

Raw materials, blood, blood products, glands and organs for pharmaceuticals, including fish oil for biogas production, or burning.

16-Blood products for technical use.

17. Patogens.

Eighteen, hay and straw.


Appendix 9

Fees for notification and approval etc. of substances, equipment, methods and products in the food sector

1. Fees for the notification of nutrients for food, including food supplements, cf. § 40, paragraph. 1 :

(a) In the case of individual authorisation, a fee of 6 000 DKK shall be paid.

(b) Notification of electrolytes for sports drinks (electrolytes), i.e. However, carbon-containing added electrolytes is only paid a fee of 1,600 kr.

c) In accordance with general authorisation, cf. The positive list shall be subject to a fee of 1 600 kr.

(d) In the case of the notification of flavourings and identical products under different names, 1 600 shall be paid, the fee shall be DKK 6 000. for the first product.

2. for the approval of an aroma etc., in accordance with. § 40, paragraph. 2 :

a) Order for approval of an aroma : 4,800 kr.

b) For the extension of authorization to use an aroma : 1,600 kr.

(c) In the case of the notification and approval of flavourings, with the same flavouring substances, but with different formulants, and the extended use of a smoke flavourings shall be paid 2,400 cranes, but the fee is 4,800 kr. for the first product.

3. for the approval of an additive, including a nutrient and source, cf. § 40, paragraph. 3 :

a) Geoff for approval of an additive : 19.,600 kr.

b) For the approval of an additive evaluated by JECFA or SCF/EFSA : 8.800 kr.

c) Extend of the authorization to use an additive : 1,600 kr.

4. Fees for the approval of control and surveillance equipment, cf. § 40, paragraph. Four : $2,400.

5. Fees for the notification of a bacterial culture, etc., cf. § 40, paragraph. 5 :

a) Gees for the notification of a bacterial culture, mold or fermentation fungus : 6.200 kr.

b) Geurr for the review of the change in use : 3.600 kr.

6. The charge for notification of an enzyme, cf. § 40, paragraph. 6 :

a) Gebyr for notification of an enzyme : 19.,600 kr.

b) Geurr for notification of an enzyme for which toxicological studies are not required : 8.800 kr.

c) Gebyr for notification of an enzyme, for which a modification of the microbial exit organism requires presentation of toxicological studies : 10.800 DKK

d) For the review of the change in use : 4.200 kr.

7. When applying for the approval of novel foods or food ingredients, cf. Regulation (EC) No, Regulation (EC) No, 258/97 of 27. In January 1997 on novel foods and novel food ingredients, cf. § 40, paragraph. 7 shall be paid a fee to cover the actual costs incurred in the processing of the case, calculated on the basis of the time spent processing time. However, the fee may not exceed 150,000 DKK. Before the case procedure can be started, a deposit of 10 000 DKK shall be deposited.

8. for the assessment of analytical methods and so on after the North-Choice system, cf. § 40, paragraph. 8 :

a) For the assessment of an analytical method used for two or more matrices, 75,900 kr is paid.

(b) For the assessment of an analytical method used for one matrix, and for the assessment of new matrices, DKK 38.800 kr.

c) For the evaluation of an analytical method covering a single analysis stage (e.g., verification), DKK 28,000 DKK

(d) For the assessment of an analytical method for the extension of the method &apos; s approval, 16.600 DKK is paid.

e) For the review of an analytical method as a result of changes in the method, the method shall be paid under (a-c) depending on the scope of the method. However, for minor changes, the fee may be reduced to the amount referred to in (d).

9. for the approval of disinfectant, mammals, mammals, or medium, which is used for the use of the yverhygiene, cf. § 40, paragraph. 9, represents 3.100 kr. However, if the approval relates only to the name change, of parallel approval or similar non-toxicological assessment, the fee shall, however, constitute 1 100 kr.


Appendix 10

Fees for the issuance of certificates and certificates (Fees pursuant to section 41)

1. for the issue of a certificate intended for export to third countries of food other than meat and meat products, a fee of 50 kr is payable.

2. For dispatch to meat establishments with firm supervision of certificates for the export of meat and meat products, a fee of 25 kr is payable. per Bundle à 100 certificates.


Appendix 11

Laboratory tariffs

For laboratory tests, cf. section 42-45 the following charges are paid :

Analysis
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General :
Processing per. test *)
85
Certificates
161
Sensorcal analysis :
Syn, odor and flavor (mine. 2 people). Not Accredited
110
Syn, smell and taste. Completed tasks (ex. pests, flavour errors). Not Accredited
265
Syn, odor and flavor (mine. 3 people). Accredited Analysis
145
Chemical and physical examinations :
APO Carotenaciester
161
Aske
384
Citrate
900
Enantique acid
207
Cool with acid hydrolysis (including SBR)
477
Nice, RG.
372
Nice, Gerber.
185
Awesome, Babcock.
279
Sweet in butter (IDF fat-free dry matter)
477
Own acidity composition including fats
1.574
Creation of the fisticator / Homogenising rate
370
Free Syrian
149
Freepoint determination
256
Histamin, ELISA
1.403
Kaseinate + Soyaprotein, ELISA
2.701
KoagulationTemperature
372
Collagen
584
Kostfibre
2.208
Carbohydrate (not lactose), enzymatic
291
lactose
911
Laces
911
Sodium chloride
259
Sodium nitrite, salt
339
Net Weight
106
PABA, p-aminobenzoic acid
902
Peroxidital
638
Peroxydase, Storch
160
pH
93
Phosphat, milk products
548
Phosphat, meat products
548
Phosphatase, meat
667
Phosphatase, milk products
386
Protein
266
Saccharose, fructose and glucose (enzyme method)
1.398
Sorbitol, xylitol, malitol, mannitol, lactitol
2.443
Soyaprotein + Kaseinate, ELISA
2.278
Sterol
372
Starch, gravimetric
2.224
Sugar species
720
Syretal, dairy products
266
Syretal, meat products
584
Triglycerides
482
Dry fabrics
302
Dry cloth, mejeri and meat products
196
Dry matter, vacuum method
231
Urinstof
814
Valleprotein
1.378
Water activity, aw
149
Vanillin
533
Weithm
93
Colourants :
Carotenoids in candy and leaflet.
2.158
Karmin
1.428
Synthetic coloring, qualitatively
1.097
Synthetic colourants, quantitatively
2.570
Preservatives :
Benzoic acid and sorbic acid
935
Natamycin
1.604
Nitrit and nitrate
1.189
Parbener
1.146
Propionic acid
1.664
Antioxidants :
Ascorbic acid and isoascorbic acid
1.371
Gallates
1.813
Sulphur dioxide
808
sweeteners :
Aspartam, acesulfam-k and saccharin
1.125
Cyclamat
1.428
Taste donors :
Ammonium chloride
365
Glutaminic acid
1.179
Salts :
Glucono-delta-lacton GDL
1.456
Bhones :
Propylenglycol
1.305
Minerals :
Studies for a power. several of the minerals Na, K, Mg, Cu, Mn, Cu, Mn, P, R, Co, Sn.
1 mineral
799
2 minerals
993
3 minerals
1.187
4 minerals
1.380
5 minerals,
1.573
6 minerals,
1.767
7 minerals
1.961
8 minerals
2.155
9 minerals
2.349
10 minerals
2.542
11 minerals
2.735
12 minerals,
2.940
Food supplements Selen
764
Execute Time
477
Trace elements :
Studies for a power. More of the traceelements As, Pb, Cr, Cr, Hg, Nine, Look.
1 Tracking
1.175
2 trace elements
1.446
3 Trace elements
1.717
4 trace elements
1.988
5 Tracking items
2.258
6 trace elements
2.529
7 trace elements
2.799
Bly and cadmium (ceramics) flat item
1.010
Lead and cadmium (ceramics) mondrand
1.010
Vitamins :
A vitamin / caroten
1.938
A-vitamin + caroten
2.067
B1 vitamin
1.297
B2 Vitamin
1.297
B1-/B2 vitamin (HPLC)
1.644
B6 vitamin (microbiological)
2.067
B6 Vitamin (HPLC)
1.536
B12 vitamin (microbiological)
2.067
Biobiological (microbiological)
2.067
vitamin C (HPLC)
996
vitamin C (titrination)
841
Carotenoids in vegetables
2.067
D3 vitamin / D2-vitamin
2.986
D3 Vitamin + D2 vitamin
4.425
Vitamin E, fodder + precp.
881
Vitamin E, food
1.874
Folate (Micro-biological)
2.067
Folic acid supplements
1.250
Niacin (microbiological)
2.067
Pantotenic acid (microbiological)
2.067
Plastalysis :
Totalmigration from plastics to the food simulators destyled-led water, 3% acetic acid and 10% ethanol :
1 sample
2.773
4 samples
8.506
Totalmigration from plastics to the olive oil foodstuff simulator :
1 sample
6.578
4 samples
23.300
Mykotoxins :
Aflatoxsine (figs) party ≤ 1 tonne
1.488
Aflatoxsin, (figs) batch > 1 tonne
2.122
Aflatoxin M1, (milk)
925
Ochratox A in cereals
960
Ochratosine A, ELISA
407
Pesticides :
Chlormequat and mepiuate (cereals and cereal products)
1.488
Chlorpesticides and PCBs (animal control) Thirteen comp.
2.665
Chlorpesticides and PCB (veget.) 47 comp.
2.665
Dithiocarbamate method (FP019.1) for fruit and vegetables
588
Fosforpesticides (veget.) 66 comp.
2.665
GC Multimethod (FP004.1) for cereals and cereal products
2.498
GC Multimethod (FP005.2) for meat
2.358
GC Multimethod (FP017.2) for fruit and vegetables
2.765
HPLC multimethod (FP018.1) for fruit and vegetables (not citrus)
1.488
HPLC multimethod (FP18.1) for fruit and vegetables (citrus)
1.755
Microbiological studies :
Aeromonas hydrophila
103
Aeromonas hydrophila addendum for confirmatory verification
246
Biochemical characterization, simple (API)
273
Biochemical characterisation, extended (API)
545
Bacillus cereus, NMKL
97
Bacillus cereus, addendum for confirmatory verification
132
Bacteriological meat control (BU)-including A/K
386
Brochotrix thermosphacta
97
Campylobacter
270
Campylobacter, addendum for confirmatory verification
409
Clostridier, sulfitreducer
111
Clostripes, sulphite-reduction, addendum for confirmatory verification
207
Clostridium perfringen
111
Clostridium perfringen, addendum for confirmatory verification
264
Coliform bacteria, NMKL, 37º/44º C
97
Coliform bacteria, IDF
111
Coliform bacteria, addendum for confirmatory verification
97
Coliforms bacteria, MPN
166
DEFT
251
E.coli, presumptive
103
E. coli, addendum for confirmatory verification (IMVC / API)
273
E. coli, IDF
167
E. Coli O : 157
384
E.coli O : 157, addendum for confirmatory verification
330
Enterobacteriaceae
103
Enterobacteriaceae, addendum for confirmatory verification
97
Enterococts (Slanetz) NMKL
103
Enterococts (Slanetz), NMKL, addendum for confirmatory verification
132
Stranger kim
89
Gear / skimmel
103
Halofile bacteria
89
Kimtal
89
Kimber, sweaberway, ell. Contact plates
89
Lactobaciller, dairy products
180
Lactobaciller, addendum for confirmatory verification
215
Leuconostoc
89
Listeria, NMKL/IDF/immunologically, qualitative
199
Listeria, NMKL/IDF, quantitatively
234
Listeria, NMKL/IDF, semiquantification
304
Listeria, addendum for confirmatory verification, NMKL/IDF/GP
409
Microscopy
136
Asytic acid bacteria
116
Asytic acid bacteria, identification
136
Proteolytic bacteria
89
Pseudomonas aeruginosa, DS
103
Pseudomonas aeruginosa, addendum for confirmatory verification
489
Salmonella NMKL / Immunologically
187
Salmonella, NMKL / IDF / Immunological, addendum for confirmatory verification excl. type-determination
444
Experishable depraeteria
103
Sporetal, aerobital.
132
Sporetal, anaerobic
132
Staphylococcus aureus
160
Staphylococcus aureus, addendum for confirmatory detection
119
Tribuns (Poolet up to five)
291
Vibrio
199
Vibrio, qualitative analysis AOAC/NMKL
199
Vibro, quantitatively analysis NMKL
276
Vibrio, addendum for confirmatory verification
409
Yersinia enterocolitica
445
Yersinia enterocolitica, addendum for confirmatory detection
409
Special analyses :
Staphylococcus aureus toxin, ELISA
291
Artsprovision :
Artsclause, (Orbit/prime) A 261
132
Artsdetermination, ELISA
372
Artsdetermination, ELISA, (urgent)
2.224
Artsdetermination, ELISA, 2 species
477
Artsdetermination, ELISA, 2 species (urgent)
2.647
Antibiotics / kemotherapist utika :
Microbiological
Antibiotics / kemotherapist utika, milk (Delvotest)
209
Antibiotics / kemotherapist utika, milk, demonstrated by confirmatory (record method)
1.466
Antibiotics / kemotherapist utika, meat, (EU 4-record method)
177
Antibiotics / kemotherapist utika, addendum for confirmatory detection (record method)
1.441
Chemical
Antibiotics / kemotherapist utika, milk (Charm II)
588
Chloramphenicol, ELISA
854
Coccidiostats (eggs) LC-MS
1.849
Florfenicol (trout) HPLC
1.488
Machooks, HPLC
1.488
Nitrofurans, HPLC
1.472
Penicillin, HPLC
3.657
Quinoloner HPLC
753
Sulphonamides, HPLC
1.488
Tetracycline, HPLC
1.629
Tiamulin, HPLC
979
Others
Amprolium
1.637
Avermectiner HPLC
1.261
Benzimidazole
1.653
Beta-agonists, GC-MS
2.921
Carazolol, HPLC
1.065
Carbadox
1.418
Corticosteroids (Alive), ELISA
572
Dimetridazole (eggs), HPLC
1.160
Levamisol, GC-MS
925
Malakitgreen
2.150
Melengestrolacetat, HPLC
1.312
Metichlorpindol
1.620
Metric font
1.575
Nitroimidazole
1.724
Olaquindox
1.730
Phenylbutazon (milk)
642
Piperazinchloride, GC-MS
925
Steroids, GC-MS
3.390
Stilbener, GC MS
3.390
Thyreostatics, (urin) LC-MS
784
Tranquilizers, HPLC
1.065
Trenbolon, GC-MS
2.122
Zeranol, (Urine) RIA
854
On Export of Rail
PFF Control
715

In the case of urgency, a 50% sample

In the case of laboratory tests not covered by the list, the actual costs of the studies calculated from an hourly rate for AC staff of 660 kr are calculated on the basis of the actual costs incurred. and for laborers 423 kr.

*) Processing will cover the manufacture of the dilution series and pooling of samples for microbiological analysis and homogenising samples before chemical analysis.

Official notes

1) The commotion is in addition to and contains provisions of Regulation (EC) No 2 of the European Parliament and of the Council 882/2004 of 29. April 2004 on official control for verification of the fact that feed and food law and animal health and animal welfare provisions are over-hol-des-(EU Official Journal 2004, L 165, s.1), which enriched the 28th. May 2004 (EU Official Journal 2004, L-191, p. 1.