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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Overview (table of contents) Chapter 1 Area

Chapter 2 Charges for checks on live animals and certain products, etc.

Chapter 3 fees for the inspection of food establishments, etc.

Chapter 4 Duties of the supervision of laboratories

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

Chapter 6 fees for import controls

Chapter 7 review and approval, etc., in accordance with the law on food

Chapter 8 Certificates

Chapter 9 charges for laboratory tests, etc.

Chapter 10 Charges for extra control, reminder fee and interest, etc.

Chapter 11 Waiver

Chapter 12 provisions for entry into force, etc.

Annex 1

Annex 2

Annex 3

Annex 4

Annex 5

Annex 6

Annex 7

Annex 8

Annex 9

Annex 10

Annex 11 the full text notice on payment for the control of food and live animals, etc. 1)

Pursuant to section 28, paragraph 1, section 45 and section 49, paragraph 1, of the lov nr. 526 of 24. June 2005 on food, section 6, paragraph 1, in økologiloven of the basic regulation. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 761 of 29. June 2006, section 30, paragraph 4, of law No. 433 of 9. June 2004 about vets, section 31 and section 53 of Act No. 432 of 9. June 2004 on the keeping of animals and text annotation nr. 103 ad section 27 on the budget bill for 2007, see. temporary appropriations bill for fiscal year 2008, law No. 2 of 19. December 2007, fixed:

Chapter 1

Area

§ 1. The notice includes the payment of tax for the financing of controls, including supervision, authorization, registration, approval, review, certification and examination in the context of food, live animals and enterprises as well as equipment and products, including non-food products and no animal products.

(2). Payment for checks, etc. pursuant to the Ordinance concerning the international carriage of perishable foodstuffs are not covered by the notice.

(3). For the Danish plant Directorate exercises control in accordance with food law and regulations issued thereunder as referred to. section 2 of the Ordinance on the delegation of certain tasks to the Danish plant Directorate, pays the controlled primary producers for control after rates in order on payment for the control of feed and feed business operators.

Chapter 2

Charges for checks on live animals and certain products, etc.

§ 2. For certification, supervision or control, etc. in connection with live animals, farms with livestock production and animal non-food products, is paid, with the exception of import controls see Chapter 6, in annex 1, nr. 1, listed rates, see. However, sections 3-13.

(2). Covered by paragraph 1 is furthermore payment in connection with the export of used farm machinery and equipment, etc.

§ 3. For food the region's character by privates possession of a dog, cat or other pet to other countries paid a fee referred to in article 6. Annex 1, point 1. 2.

§ 4. There shall be paid in accordance with Annex 1, nr. 3, for registration and in accordance with Annex 1, nr. 4, for the ordinary supervision of a plant, an enclosure or a holding





1) with breeding of ratites,

2) with breeding of foxes,

3) with the rearing of wild game,

4) with the rearing of wild deer or

5) with animal husbandry, which is registered in accordance with the Ordinance for authorization to the rearing of certain animal species.





§ 5. For veterinary checks, etc. pursuant to the Ordinance on the control of certain infectious diseases in freshwater fish are paid in accordance with Annex 1, nr. 5.

§ 6. There shall be paid in accordance with Annex 1, nr. 9, for authorization, approval, registration, certification, supervision or control, pursuant to European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002 of 3. October 2002 laying down health rules concerning animal by-products not intended for human consumption (by-product regulation), as amended.

§ 7. For health documents for cattle and kvægpas, is printed automatically from the Central Farming directory, paid for in annex 1, nr. 6, listed rates.

(2). For health documents for sheep and goats that are printed automatically from the Central Farming directory, paid for in annex 1, nr. 6, listed rates.

(3). If the food the region upon request manually making out in paragraphs 1 and 2 shall be documents or replacement documents for such as well as upon request creates the referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2 in the Central Farming register documents, shall be paid for the time spent for non-Annex 1, nr. 1.

(4). For the registration of cattle, including control of the holding registration and earmarking, paid annually an amount per årsdyr (cattle) in the crew. The amount is calculated on the basis of the number of årsdyr in the crew in that year. Paid for it in annex 1, nr. 7, listed tariff.

(5). For the registration of ovine and caprine animals, including control of the holding registration and earmarking, paid annually an amount per crew after the in annex 1, nr. 7, listed tariff.

(6). Food Agency is responsible for the Administration in paragraphs 1 – 2 and 4-5 listed provisions.

§ 8. Cover pursuant to § 7 para. 1-2 and 4-5, collected taxes, not the cost of the registration system, the Food Agency recognise the missing amount to determine the tax rates for the following fiscal year.

(2). Exceed the taxes charged the cost of the registration system, the Food Agency to include the excess amount in determining the rates for the following fiscal year.

§ 9. For ordinary control of milk production holdings shall be paid in accordance with Annex 1, nr. 8. Duty shall be charged with the respective milk-producing farms once a year in the second quarter, or the can on the terms agreed with the Food Agency paid by an industry association or similar.

§ 10. For food control at assembly centres and the regions exports isolation stables under notice of movement of livestock through assembly centres and export there for the non-paid stables isolation time consumption in accordance with Annex 1, no. 11.

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

§ 12. For Food Administration sending to vets of glossy pet passport in accordance with European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 998/2003 of 26. May 2003 on the animal health requirements applicable to non-commercial movement of pet animals and amending Council Directive 92/65/EEC shall be paid in accordance with Annex 1, nr. 13. The passports are not sent in numbers less than 10 at a time.

§ 13. For control, etc., in connection with the export of live animals direct from a crew paid according to annex 1, nr. 14.

Chapter 3

Charges for the inspection of food establishments, etc.

Meat establishments with frequent supervision

§ 14. Companies, which according to the law on food is authorized for slaughtering, cutting, processing of meat products, wholesale storage of meat and meat products, etc., and where the food the region provided control frequency means that veterinary checks are present on a daily basis or at least once a week, must pay a fee to cover the costs of veterinary controls.

(2). Establishments covered by paragraph 1, which also exerted control of the labelling of beef and beef products in accordance with European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 1760/2000 by 17. July 2000 establishing a system for the identification and registration of bovine animals and regarding the labelling of beef and beef products and repealing Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 820/97, shall also pay the fee to cover the costs of this control.

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

(2). Direct control of expenditure on each activity includes salary, etc. for inspection staff, including the AM-checks carried out at the slaughterhouse, as well as the costs of laboratory testing of samples, transport and administrative costs in connection with the implementation of controls on the individual company.

(3). Common control costs for several companies are paid in accordance with Annex 2, nr. 1-10.

(4). Meat establishments approved for export to the United States pays in addition to those in section 14 referred to direct and common control costs also costs of operation of the Food Administration audit unit.

(5). Payment in accordance with paragraph 4 shall be distributed on direct and joint audit costs. Direct costs include salary, etc., to audit the audit unit staff in the time required for the processing of individual companies. The joint audit audit device includes other costs and expenses are allocated between the connected undertakings in relation to the direct audit costs.

(6). For control staff, who are employed by a food region, but which is not permanently assigned inspection by any business, cost control is calculated in accordance with Annex 2, nr. 11.

(7). To cover pension obligations for control staff, covered by a State pension scheme without payment of pension contributions to a pension fund, paid a fee calculated on the basis of the pensionable salary relating to such staff.


(8). If a company is covered by section 14 would its authorization revoked, that fact must be communicated to the food the region in time to the supervisory staff notice periods shall expire at the latest on the day on which the establishment's approval no longer desired maintained. If this does not happen, proving the company all payroll costs for staff responsible for the checks within the period beginning on the day on which the establishment's approval is no longer valid, for termination varslernes expired.

§ 16. Charges under section 15 shall be charged as monthly payments on account, followed by the correction on the basis of subsequent annual statement. Companies shall be informed in advance of each fiscal year on the acontobeløbets size.

(2). Companies pay in addition to the taxes covered by paragraph 1 in addition to the partial funding of the Food Agency's travel team specializing in the investigation and accounting control an annual fee as set out in annex 1, nr. 15 (c).

(3). Tax amount below 25 KR. is not charged.

Small slaughterhouses and game processing houses

§ 17. For control of small slaughterhouses as well as in wild game processing companies pay a fee calculated on the basis of the rates indicated in annex 3.

(2). By small slaughterhouses shall mean slaughterhouses not slaughtering over one year, as the number of animal units 15,500 animal units is calculated as specified in annex 4. Each quarter is calculated the number of animal units slaughtered in a company over the last four quarters, and a slaughterhouse in the four most recent quarters has had a production that exceeds the limit of 15,500 animal units, be regarded as from the following quarter not more like a small slaughterhouse.

(3). In the following situations increased the rates listed in annex 3 with the following factors:





1) when checking on the company's request is performed in whole or in part on a weekday between kl. 17 and 22 increased rates by multiplying by a factor of 4.

2) when checking on the company's request is performed in whole or in part on a weekday between kl. 22 and 6, on a Saturday after 12 noon. 14 or on a Sunday or public holiday rates are increased by multiplying it by the factor 6.

3) When control is especially time consuming due to frequent interruptions of capacity or hygienic reasons increased rates by multiplying by a factor of 4.

4) When control is particularly resource-intensive because the controls on call more than three times on the same day as a result of capacity or programmatic reasons increased rates by multiplying by a factor of 3 for today's slaughter.





(4). In paragraph 3, no. 1, 2 and 4 mentioned increases shall not use in connection with the call for an emergency slaughter of veterinary checks as referred to in. (5).

(5). Request for inspection must be made no later than 12 noon. 14 everyday before control is desired performed. This warning period shall not, however, apply when a veterinarian has certified that the slaughter of animal welfare reasons should take place without undue delay (emergency slaughter).

(6). For the control exercised in accordance with the voluntary labelling scheme pursuant to article 16 or article 17 of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 1760/2000 by 17. July 2000 establishing a system for the identification and registration of bovine animals and regarding the labelling of beef and beef products and repealing Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 820/97 payable referred to in annex 1, nr. 16, stated charges.

(7). The tax shall be levied monthly with payment deadline 30 days after account is sent. Tax amount, which represents less than 25 k-r is not charged.

Duties regarding. circulation and processing of fish and fishery products, etc.

§ 18. For the monitoring of production areas for bivalve molluscs and molluscs, produced in the areas of pays fishermen who have obtained permission to fish for bivalve molluscs, a fee, as set out in annex 5, nr. 1.

(2). The charges referred to in paragraph 1 shall be collected on a quarterly basis.

§ 19. For the control of fish and fishery products, with the exception of bivalve molluscs, echinoderms, tunicates and marine gastropods, iland brought from vessels, including factory ships, a resident of The European Union, Iceland, Norway or the Faroe Islands, for consumption, processing or transhipment, paid a fee per tonne or party, as indicated in annex 5, nr. 2.

(2). At a party, as provided for in paragraph 1, shall mean a quantity of fish or fishery products that are consistent with regard to processing, which are transported bundled, which is presented in total for the control, and which has the same receiver.

(3). Where the actual cost of the control will not be covered by the fees referred to in paragraph 1, the tax is calculated instead as listed in annex 5, nr. 4.

§ 20. The levy referred to in article 19 are charged in connection with the landing. However, the duty shall be charged at the time of the first placing on the market, if charging by the landing is inappropriate. The tax payment is the responsibility of the first buyer or its representative.

(2). Tax amounts under 100 USD is not charged.

§ 21. Approved establishments, including factory vessels, pays a Danish tonnage tax as specified in annex 5, nr. 3. the duty shall be charged on a quarterly basis.

(2). For the control of manufacture or processing of fisheries products, in which the tax referred to in paragraph 1 will not be able to cover the actual cost of the inspection, the tax is calculated instead as listed in annex 5, nr. 5.

(3). For authorized and approved establishments only chilling, freezing, packaging or storing fish and fishery products for factory vessels that freeze and frost stores only fish and fishery products, for tank cooling vessels for dagbåde with the cooking of shrimps and molluscs and for businesses, are approved for the treatment or the movement of live bivalve molluscs must be taxed by derogation from paragraph 1, as stated in annex 5 , nr. 5.

(4). For those of paragraphs 2 and 3 included businesses find § 24, paragraphs 1 to 3, shall apply by analogy.

(5). Companies, in addition to processing, etc. of fishery products is authorised or registered for the manufacture or distribution of other food, paying for control thereof in accordance with the provisions of §§ 14-17 and 23-24.

(6). Companies pay in addition to the taxes covered by paragraph 1 in addition to the partial funding of the Food Agency's travel team specializing in the investigation and accounting control an annual fee as set out in annex 1, nr. 15 (c).

(7). Tax amount, which represents less than 25 k-r is not charged.

§ 22. The section 19 covered companies, as well as fish auctions, fish sorts, collection centres, fish sales associations and similar shall deliver information about the quantity of fish brought ashore, including information about first-time buyer, after the control authority's detailed instructions.

(2). The of section 21, paragraphs 1 and 2, included companies submit to food the region no later than one month after the expiry of one of the region issued a quarterly reporting form with information about the amount of fish and fishery products supplied to the company.

Other companies

§ 23. For control of the companies, which are not covered by the provisions of § § 14 – 22, see. However, article 21, paragraph 5, shall be paid for in annex 1, nr. 15, and Chapter 9 of the basic regulation. Annex 11, stated charges.

(2). For the control exercised in accordance with European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 1760/2000 by 17. July 2000 establishing a system for the identification and registration of bovine animals and regarding the labelling of beef and beef products and repealing Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 820/97 shall be paid, however, in annex 1, nr. 16, stated charges.

(3). For ordinary control of retail sale, including treatment of food, etc., and for ordinary control exercised in accordance with ecology legislation paid only charge when checks at the same time are covered by the voluntary labelling scheme pursuant to article 16 or article 17 of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 1760/2000 by 17. July 2000 establishing a system for the identification and registration of bovine animals and labelling of beef and beef products and repealing Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 820/97.

(4). In the retail business for the purposes of this Ordinance, including placing on the market by serving, and treatment of foods for marketing to the ultimate consumer. In the retail business also means activities covered by section 9 of the Ordinance for approval and registration of food businesses as well as self-monitoring.

(5). Businesses, other than retail establishments referred to in article 6. paragraph 3-4 because they have achieved the status of elite companies have been reduced the frequency of tests, pay for special random checks set out in annex 1, nr. 17, stated levy.

§ 24. The inspection authority shall submit by 31 December 2006. December to the individual company a control activity for the following year. At the same time with a business authorization or registration, whereby control scope changes, forwarded a control activity for the remainder of the calendar year.

(2). Control activity plan referred to in paragraph 1 may be modified in cases where controls need is found to exceed it in the control plan estimated needs, or where control is found to be less than planned.

(3). The collection of payment in accordance with § § 23-24 is transmitted continuously immediately after the inspection.


(4). The provisions of paragraphs 1 to 3 shall apply only to retail establishments for inspection relating to the voluntary labelling system pursuant to article 16 or article 17 of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 1760/2000 by 17. July 2000 establishing a system for the identification and registration of bovine animals and labelling of beef and beef products and repealing Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 820/97.

Chapter 4

Charges for supervision of laboratories

§ 25. For the supervision of laboratories authorised to carry out investigations in connection with the food companies ' own checks paid a duty as set out in annex 1, nr. 15.

(2). For the supervision of laboratories authorised to carry out pathological anatomic, microbiological, parasitological, immunological or serological studies for detection of animal diseases, zoonoses or zoonotic pathogens in animals, products of animals or in foods paid a duty as set out in annex 1, nr. 1.

Chapter 5

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

section 26. To cover the costs of control for certain substances and residues in animals for slaughter and meat as well as fish, milk and eggs, which are carried out in accordance with the Ordinance on certain contaminants in food, order about pesticide residues in food and animal owners ' use of drugs for animals and food companies ' own checks with residues in the annex 6 said charges are paid.

(2). Payment of the charges referred to in paragraph 1 shall be the responsibility of the following companies:





1) establishments where slaughtering of domestic animals or farmed game takes place, or where dressing of hunted game takes place.

2) aquaculture, where fish are bred with a view to be used as food.

3) companies receiving milk of livestock directly from dairy farmers with a view to their use as food.

4) packing centres as well as farming, from which eggs sold directly for human consumption.





§ 27. The companies referred to in article 26 shall submit to food the region no later than one month after a quarterly expiration, one of the region broadcast reporting form with information about the production volume in the prior quarter. For the fish opdrættende fish farms are reported only once a year. On the basis of the alert forwarded a collection of amount of duty owed. The deposit must be made within 30 days of the rules governing the transmission.

(2). Tax amount, which represents less than 25 k-r is not charged.

(3). Food agency may, in order to facilitate the administration of the affected companies leave referred to in paragraph 1, the reporting forms be part of other reports.

section 28. Covers the cost of control, not taxes collected can include the missing amount of food agency by setting the tax rates for the following fiscal year.

(2). Exceed the collected taxes the cost of control, and Food Administration can include the excess amount in determining the rates for the following fiscal year.

Chapter 6

Fees for import controls

section 29. To cover the costs of the control on the import of live animals and products of animal origin etc. from countries which are not members of The European Union (third countries) as well as injection into and removal from storage in free zones and free warehouses, skibsprovianterings Edition of products from third countries are paid a fee.

(2). Are not subject to tax when imported from Norway or by the importation of fish and fishery products from Iceland and the Faroe Islands.

section 30. For document and identity checks at the import of a consignment of meat from domestic animals of the following species of cattle, swine, sheep, goats and solipeds shall be paid, in accordance with article 3. However, paragraph 5 and § § 33-34, in accordance with Annex 1, nr. 1.

(2). In addition to the document referred to in paragraph 1 and identity checks for all parties happen payment for physical checks, including plug prøvemæssig plug prøvemæssig laboratory study. Payment due for each batch of the products referred to in paragraph 1 shall be governed by the in annex 7, nr. 1, the tariff regulation. However, paragraph 5.

(3). For controls on the import of a consignment of meat from domestic animals of the following species-fowl, chickens, turkeys, Guinea fowl, ducks, geese and rabbits as well as meat of wild or farmed game meat shall be paid in accordance with Annex 1, nr. 1.

(4). For controls on the import of a consignment of meat products manufactured from or with meat, see. paragraph 1 and paragraph 3 shall be paid in accordance with Annex 1, nr. 1.

(5). However, notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph 1 shall be paid-4 at least in annex 7, nr. 2 amounts.

(6). When control under the law only consists in the document or an identity check, payable notwithstanding paragraph 5 for inspection of meat or meat products within the scope of paragraphs 1 to 4 only after annex 1, nr. 1.

section 31. For control of injection into and removal from storage in free zones or free warehouses, skibsprovianterings Edition of animal products, etc., which do not comply with the rules for free circulation in the EUROPEAN UNION, shall be paid in accordance with Annex 1, nr. 1.

section 32. For checks on live animals and products listed in annex 8 as well as for control of products of animal origin, etc., which are not covered by section 30, 35 or Annex 8 shall be paid, in accordance with article 3. However, (2) and § § 33-34, in accordance with Annex 1, nr. 1.

(2). However, notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph 1 shall be paid for checks on live animals at least in annex 7, nr. 2 amounts.

(3). For connectors prøvemæssig laboratory testing of products covered by Annex 8, category III, nr. 14, for content of salmonella is paid in addition to the payment referred to in paragraph 1 in accordance with Annex 7, nr. 3.

section 33. For checks on live animals and animal products, etc., with the exception of fish and fishery products originating in New Zealand are paid regardless of sections 30 and 32 of annex 7, nr. 4 listed rates.

§ 34. For checks on live animals and for documentary and identity checks on products of animal origin, etc., except for fish and fishery products originating in Canada are paid regardless of sections 30 and 32 of annex 1, nr. 1, listed rates.

(2). In addition to the document referred to in paragraph 1 and identity checks will be there for food of animal origin with the exception of fish and fishery products and products listed in annex 8 to be payment for physical checks, including plug prøvemæssig plug prøvemæssig laboratory study, for each lot. Payment is made after the in annex 7, nr. 5, listed rates.

(3). For connectors prøvemæssig laboratory testing of products covered by Annex 8, category III, nr. 14, for content of salmonella is paid in addition to the in (1) and (2) of indicated payment in accordance with Annex 7, nr. 3.

(4). Paid however, notwithstanding paragraphs 1 and 2, for checks on live animals and for the control of meat and meat products at least in annex 7, nr. 2 amounts.

section 35. For the control of fresh fish and fishery products iland brought directly from the Lake from vessels registered in countries outside the European Union (EU), with the exception of Greenland, Iceland, Norway and the Faroe Islands, for consumption, processing or transhipment within the EU paid as listed in annex 7, nr. 7.

(2). For the control of fish and fishery products other than those referred to in paragraph 1, imported from countries outside the EU except Iceland, Norway and the Faroe Islands, paid as listed in annex 7, nr. 6 of the basic regulation. However, paragraph 4.

(3). For the control of fish and fishery products originating from countries outside the EU except Iceland, Norway and the Faroe Islands, and which are imported from countries within the EU or from Iceland, Norway or the Faroe Islands shall be paid in the event of staggered veterinary checks as referred to in annex 7, nr. 6 of the basic regulation. However, paragraph 4.

(4). For those of paragraphs 2 and 3 included fish and fishery products is paid, however, at least in annex 7, nr. 8 amounts.

§ 36. The in section 35, paragraph 1, the tax shall be levied in connection with landing. However, the duty shall be charged at the time of the first placing on the market. The tax is paid by the first purchaser or his representative.

(2). The fee for the inspection of imports referred to in article 6. section 35, paragraphs 2-3, paid for by the importer or his customs agent.

(3). Tax amounts under 100 USD is not charged.

section 37. For import control, which cannot be implemented because of the applicant's circumstances, shall be paid in accordance with Annex 7, nr. 9.

section 38. For mandatory laboratory tests shall be paid in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 9 of the basic regulation. Annex 11.

(2). For mandatory laboratory testing of products listed in annex 8, category III, nr. 14, for content of salmonella is paid, however, in accordance with Annex 7, nr. 10.

§ 39. The cost of handling and eventual storage of products, as well as stabling and storage of live animals in the control and Food Administration is irrelevant.

Chapter 7

Review and approval, etc., in accordance with the law on food

§ 40. Establishments for veterinary and Food Administration reviewed the addition of nutrients to food in accordance with the rules laid down pursuant to sections 8 and 9 of the law on food, pay a fee as specified in annex 9, nr. 1.

(2). Companies that ask the Food Agency for approval of flavourings in accordance with rules laid down pursuant to sections 8 and 9 of the law on foodstuffs, or requests the extension of an authorisation for the use of flavouring, pay a fee as specified in annex 9, nr. 2.

(3). Companies that ask the Food Agency for the approval of an additive, including a nutrient, in accordance with the rules laid down pursuant to sections 8 and 9 of the law on food, or who requests the extension of an authorisation for the use of an additive, pay a fee as specified in annex 9, nr. 3.


(4). Companies that ask the Food Agency for approval of inspection and monitoring equipment, etc., in accordance with rules laid down under section 35, paragraph 1, of the law on food, pay a fee as specified in annex 9, nr. 4.

(5). Companies who notify the bacterial cultures, molds and yeast fungi to the Food Agency in accordance with rules laid down under section 9 of the Act on food, pay a fee as specified in annex 9, nr. 5.

(6). Companies who notify the enzymes for the Food Agency in accordance with rules laid down under section 9 of the law on foodstuffs, or as the reviewer changed the use of an enzyme, to pay a fee as specified in annex 9, nr. 6.

(7). Companies which, in accordance with European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 258/97 on novel foods and novel food ingredients an applicant for authorisation of novel foods and food ingredients, pay a fee for veterinary and Food Administration as set out in annex 9, nr. 7.

(8). Companies requesting evaluation of analytical methods for NordVal system, pay a fee as specified in annex 9, nr. 8.

(9). Companies that ask the Food Agency for approval of a disinfectant, teat product sprays means or means used for udder hygiene, pay a fee as specified in annex 9, nr. 9.

Chapter 8

Certificates

§ 41. For the issue of certificates (certificates) and terrestrial animal health declarations for use on exports to third countries of food, including food additives, paid a fee as specified in annex 10.

(2). Certificates for use in exports to Norway and exports of fish and fishery products to Iceland and the Faroe Islands are not covered by the fee referred to in paragraph 1.

(3). Where the issue of a certificate will require special studies, etc. are paid for the time spent in accordance with Annex 1, nr. 15.

Chapter 9

Charges for laboratory tests, etc.

§ 42. For laboratory tests carried out by the Danish food or food regional laboratories in connection with regulatory control of food and animals for slaughter, etc. are paid, as specified in annex 11.

section 43. For the control of protein content in hams to exports pay the registered companies according to annex 11.

§ 44. For quality control with supplies of canned food under WFP (World Food Programme) paid the analyses in accordance with Annex 11.

Chapter 10

Charges for extra control, reminder fee and interest, etc.

§ 45. When a company or a holding with primary production within the scope of the law on food or by the law on keeping of animals carried out additional checks (follow-up control) after the identified non-compliance with the said laws, decrees issued thereunder or of EU rules in the field, shall be paid for the extra costs associated with the control in accordance with Annex 1 , nr. 10, and annex 11. The payment shall be charged in accordance with the rules laid down in article 28 of the control regulation (regulation 882/2004).

(2). Establishments covered by articles 6 and 14-16, however, pay for the extra control within the meaning of paragraph 1 in accordance with the provisions of sections 6 and 14-16.

(3). In addition, in the cases referred to in paragraph 1 shall pay the dairy supplying crews with control related additional costs in accordance with Annex 1, nr. 10, and annex 11 extraordinary control as a follow-up to the visit from the Dairy Association/Danish Cattle quality advisors in connection with possible violations of food legislation.

(4). When a company made a requested oversight, pay the company the associated extra costs in accordance with Annex 1, nr. 10, and annex 11.

§ 46. Payment obligations laid down by regulation, or as a result of the rules laid down or maintained pursuant to the law on the keeping of animals, the law on food or økologiloven, and which cannot be met in a timely manner to the satisfaction of the tax authority, conferred on the demanding, unless otherwise provided by regulation, an annual interest rate equal to the interest rate under the interest Act § 5. The applied interest, however, is at least 50 us $.

(2). For a fee paid on reminders 100 DKK, as adjusted pursuant to section 3 of the Act on a rate adjustment percentage.

§ 47. There is udpantningsret for those in sections 2-7, §§ 9-19, § 21, § 23, §§ 25-26 and §§ 29-46, see. Annexes 1-11, referred to amounts.

Chapter 11

A derogation

section 48. Food agency may, in compliance with Community rules on the financing of veterinary studies, etc., in exceptional cases, set up, including completely exempt of payment of control taxes.

Chapter 12

Entry-into-force provisions, etc.

§ 49. The notice shall enter into force on the 2. February 2008.

(2). Executive Order No. 1475 by 14. December 2006 on payment for the control of food and live animals, etc. shall be repealed.

§ 50. So far, will be charged the following forms of payment for checks, etc. do not:





1) payment for special ecology cross-checks as well as for exceptional checks in accordance with økologilov of the basic regulation. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 761 of 29. June 2006, see. sections 14, 17 and 23 other than control, which at the same time are covered by the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 1760/2000 by 17. July 2000 establishing a system for the identification and registration of bovine animals and regarding the labelling of beef and beef products and repealing Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 820/97.

2) payment for registration and extraordinary supervision pursuant to section 4.

3) payment for regular checks, etc., pursuant to section 5.

4) fee for the administration of the monitoring of production areas for bivalve molluscs according to § 18.

5) payment for exceptional checks in accordance with § 23 and § 42 in small dairy firms, which produces on the basis of less than ECU 2 million. kg. milk per year.

6) fee for the issuance of certificates under section 41 (1).





(2). Taxes and fees, etc. for the period before 2. February 2008 will be charged according to the existing rules.
DVFA, the 30. January 2008 Anders Munk Jensen/S Annex 1

General time rates and charges for checks on live animals and certain products

1. For certification, supervision and control, etc. pursuant to section 2, paragraph 1, and article 7, paragraph 3, supervision pursuant to section 25, paragraph 2, and control pursuant to section 30, paragraph 1, paragraph 3, paragraph 4 and paragraph 6, section 31, paragraph 32, paragraph 1, and section 34, paragraph 1, shall be paid:

a) A basic fee of DKK 139 in addition to 237 DKK PR. District on weekdays. 6 and 17.

(b)) A basic fee of DKK 139 in addition to 304 DKK PR. District on weekdays. 17 and 22.

c) A basic fee of DKK 139 in addition to 371 DKK PR. District on weekdays. 22 and 6, on Saturdays after 8 pm. 14, on Sundays and holidays, 1. may, Constitution Day, Christmas day and new year's Eve-evening.

(d)) For control, etc., see. section 2, which due to the requisitioner's relationship cannot be implemented, paid for 4 quarters Inc. basic fee.

In subparagraph (a)-(c) mentioned the district rates used for the period during which the authority is present in the controlled company or crew etc. For certification etc., performed at the region's home without food to be linked to a supervision of the applicant, are not paid basic fee.

2. In the cases referred to in § 3 paid 124 DKK for every casework.

3. In the cases referred to in § 4 paid $ 412. for registration.

4. in section 4, nr. 2-4, in the cases referred to paid 665 € per year for regular supervision, and in those in § 4, no. 1 and 5, in the cases referred to paid 1,325 € per year for extraordinary supervision.

5. In the cases referred to in section 5 shall be paid half-yearly fee of DKK 717 farms rearing live fish, other than eels, must also pay a semiannual fee at 2,387 kr.

6. In the section 7, paragraphs 1 and 2, in the cases referred to shall be paid:

a) 18.00 € per paragraph for the documents referred to in paragraph 1 for cattle. For documents ordered via voice response on Tel. 70 15 13 33, Animal registration or web-solution, however, paid 13.00 € per paragraph.

b) 20.10 DKK per piece for the documents referred to in paragraph 2 for sheep and goats.

7. in article 7, paragraphs 4 and 5, in the cases referred to shall be paid:

(a)) an annual levy on 19.60 € per årsdyr (cattle) in the herds referred to in paragraph 4. Amount under 19.60 € per year for the crew is not charged.

(b)) an annual fee of 341.75 DKK per crew for the herds referred to in paragraph 5.

8. For ordinary control of milk production holdings, see. § 9,

(a)) that uses high-quality advice from Dairy Association/Danish Cattle as part of self-supervision, paid an annual fee of £ 267. Levy covers the calendar year and must be paid by all the milk-producing farms in week 22 that year.

(b)) that do not use quality advice from Dairy Association/Danish Cattle as part of the monitoring is paid an annual fee of DKK 802 Levy covers the calendar year and must be paid by all the milk-producing farms in week 22 that year.

9. For the approval, authorisation, registration, certification, supervision or control pursuant to section 6 shall be paid:

a) A basic fee of £ 403. in addition to 674 DKK PR. District on weekdays. 6 and 17.

(b)) A basic fee of £ 403. in addition to 865 DKK PR. District on weekdays. 17 and 22.

c) A basic fee of £ 403. in addition to 1055 DKK PR. District on weekdays. 22 and 6, on Saturdays after 8 pm. 14, on Sundays and holidays, 1. may, Constitution Day, Christmas Eve and new year's Eve.


In subparagraph (a)-(c) mentioned the district rates used for the period during which the authority is present in the controlled company. For certification etc., performed at the region's home without food to be linked to a supervision of the applicant, are not paid basic fee.

10. In the section 45 (1), (3) and (4) in the cases referred to shall be paid the following fees:

(a)) in establishments covered by article 24, paragraph 3-4, (retailers) paid:

I) A basic fee of DKK addition 313 281 DKK PR. District on weekdays. 6 and 17.

II) A basic fee of DKK plus 361 313 DKK PR. District on weekdays. 17 and 22.

III) A basic fee of DKK plus 440 313 DKK PR. District on weekdays. 22 and 6, on Saturdays after 8 pm. 14, on Sundays and public holidays.

IV) When follow-up is done solely by review of submitted documentation, shall be paid regardless of no. I-iii 108 DKK PR. headquarters of the processing time.

(b)) when in the establishments covered by article 24, paragraph 3-4, (retailers) is a follow-up to an injunction, a ban or a fine shall be paid in addition to the amount determined in accordance with (a) a fee of DKK 1293 to cover processing fees.

c) in establishments covered by section 21 paid for follow-up on an injunction, a ban or a fine 2110 DKK for 1. started hour. For further applied time paid 427 DKK PR. District on weekdays. 6 and 17, 547 DKK PR. District on weekdays. 17 and 22, and 668 DKK PR. District on weekdays. 22 and 6, on Saturdays after 8 pm. 14 as well as on Sundays and public holidays. For other follow-up control visits paid in annex 5 nr. 5 listed tariff.

(d)) in other companies within the scope of § 24 paid for follow-up on an injunction, a ban or a fine 2110 DKK for 1. started hour. For further applied time paid 427 DKK PR. District on weekdays. 6 and 17, 547 DKK PR. District on weekdays. 17 and 22, and 668 DKK PR. District on weekdays. 22 and 6, on Saturdays after 8 pm. 14 as well as on Sundays and public holidays. For other follow-up control visits paid in nr. 15 listed fees.

e) in herds covered by section 4 or section 9 paid for follow-up on an injunction, a ban or a fine 2110 DKK for 1. started hour. For further applied time paid 427 DKK PR. District on weekdays. 6 and 17, 547 DKK PR. District on weekdays. 17 and 22, and 668 DKK PR. District on weekdays. 22 and 6, on Saturdays after 8 pm. 14 as well as on Sundays and public holidays. For other follow-up control visits paid in nr. 15 (a), listed rates.

f) When the follow-up tests are carried out by the Danish food travel team specializing in the investigation and accounting checks shall be paid regardless of (a) to (e) 546 € per hour for the total time spent in checking.

In subparagraph (a), no. I-iii, and c-e mentioned district rates used for the period during which the authority is present in the controlled company. The hourly rate referred to in point (d) is used for both the time used in the enterprise and the times applied to preliminaries.

11. in the case of inspection pursuant to section 10 shall be paid:

a) A basic fee of DKK 139 plus 165 DKK PR. District on weekdays. 6 and 17.

(b)) A basic fee of DKK 139 in addition 211 DKK PR. District on weekdays. 17 and 22.

c) A basic fee of DKK 139 in addition to 257 DKK PR. District on weekdays. 22 and 6, on Saturdays after 8 pm. 14, on Sundays and holidays, 1. may, Constitution Day, Christmas day and new year's Eve-evening.

(d)) For control, etc. there due to the requisitioner's relationship cannot be implemented, paid for 4 quarters Inc. basic fee.

When on the same day at the company's request is carried out checks in two or more separate periods, payment is calculated for all the total period of time unless the interval between each control periods is of 2 hours or more.

12. For registration and control of the movement of pigs, etc. see. § 11 shall be paid an annual fee of 265.25 DKK per crew, and for each move pigs paid a fee of DKK 0.76

13. For glossy pet passport see. § 12 paid 15.05 € per paragraph.

14. For inspection, etc. pursuant to section 13 shall be paid:

a) A basic fee of £ 403. in addition to 190 DKK PR. District on weekdays. 6 and 17.

(b)) A basic fee of DKK in addition to 403 243 DKK PR. District on weekdays. 17 and 22.

c) A basic fee of £ 403. in addition to 297 DKK PR. District on weekdays. 22 and 6, on Saturdays after 8 pm. 14, on Sundays and holidays, 1. may, Constitution Day, Christmas day and new year's Eve-evening.

(d)) For initial approval of a crew for regular direct export of cloven hoofed animals shall be paid in addition to the following (a)-(c) the amount determined for a flat rate of $ 4,097.

(e)) For the issue of a certificate shall be paid in addition to the TRACES after (a)-(c) amount determined a fee of DKK 355, which by late submission to the food region of the necessary information about exports, however, increased to 710 kroner With late transmission of information is believed to the operator in connection with export, within the deadline of 4 working days before export, see. Executive Order No. 774 of 29. August 2001, § 10, section 18, paragraph 4, and article 20 paragraph 1, together with prior notification has been sent correctly filled in copy of an electronic document» TRACES part I-information about the consignment ' shall, without prejudice to article. Commission decision 2003/623/EC and Commission Regulation 599/2004/EC, for certification in the food region.

In subparagraph (a)-(c) mentioned the district rates used for the period during which the authority is present in the controlled crew.

15. For the supervision and control within the meaning of section 23, paragraph 1, article 25, paragraph 1, and section 41, paragraph 3, shall be paid:

(a)) For companies before January 1. July 2006 were exempted from payment because they are until 1. January 2000 was or would have been subject to the law on foodstuffs (non-animal enterprises), is paid:

I) A basic fee of DKK 361 plus 270 kr PR. District on weekdays. 6 and 17.

II) A basic fee of £ 361. in addition to 346 DKK PR. District on weekdays. 17 and 22.

III) A basic fee of £ 361. in addition to 423 kr PR. District on weekdays. 22 and 6, on Saturdays after 8 pm. 14, on Sundays and holidays, 1. may, Constitution Day, Christmas Eve and new year's Eve.

(b)) For other companies (animal enterprises), is paid:

I) A basic fee of DKK in addition to 403 427 DKK PR. District on weekdays. 6 and 17.

II) A basic fee of £ 403. in addition to 547 DKK PR. District on weekdays. 17 and 22.

III) A basic fee of £ 403. in addition to 668 DKK PR. District on weekdays. 22 and 6, on Saturdays after 8 pm. 14, on Sundays and holidays, 1. may, Constitution Day, Christmas Eve and new year's Eve.

(c)) in addition to the fees referred to in subparagraphs (a)-(b) pays companies not covered by article 24, paragraph 3-4, for the partial funding of the Food Agency's travel team specializing in the investigation and accounting checks for an annual fee of 422 USD Fee will be charged (d). 1. April each year.

Referred to in (a)-(b) District rates used for the period during which the authority is present in the controlled company. For certification etc., performed at the region's home without food to be linked to a supervision of the applicant, are not paid basic fee.

16. For supervisory work in connection with the voluntary labelling system pursuant to Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 1760/2000 shall be paid without prejudice. section 17, paragraph 6, and article 23, paragraph 2, after no. 15. For assessment work in connection with the voluntary labelling system pursuant to Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 1760/2000 in addition to the 20 minute duration per case paid 155 € per quarter. In enterprises that are not covered by the exemption for ordinary food control under section 50, paragraph 1, shall be paid similarly for control, etc. in the context of the compulsory labelling system pursuant to Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 1760/2000.

17. The section 23, paragraph 5, included the elite companies pay for special sampling inspection for an annual fee of $ 346. Tax charge at the companies that are registered as elite companies (d). 1. April in that year.
Annex 2

Common costs of slaughterhouses, etc. with fixed supervision in accordance with article 15, paragraph 3, as well as the calculation of cost of personnel who are not affiliated with any company established in accordance with article 15, paragraph 6

The following common costs referred to in article 6. section 15, paragraph 3, shall be allocated among firms in relation to their direct control costs:

1. Direct costs associated with inspection staff participation in continuing vocational training.

2. Direct costs associated with Works Council representatives, representatives and security representatives ' participation in courses and meetings that are necessary for the performance of their respective functions.

3. Costs of replacement personnel by inspection staff participation in continuing vocational training as well as courses and meetings as mentioned in nr. 1 and 2 and to the replacement staff for inspection personnel who are granted freedom with salaries of other academic work.

4. Additional costs for replacement staff for inspection staff loaned to other companies.


5. Additional costs conditional on the difference between maternity pay and actual labour costs as well as additional costs for replacement staff for inspection staff on maternity leave or parental leave.

6. the administrative contribution to industrial injuries and rendered reparations in connection with accidents at work.

7. Other expenses as: Moving allowance, AER, AES-contributions-contributions, BST, Flexjobpulje-contribution and non-contribution of replacement personnel attributable ATP.

8. Additional costs conditional on the difference between sickness and actual payroll cost for control staff, who are on sick leave, and where the employer is entitled to reimbursement for medical dagpengelovens section 54 (1).

9. Additional costs as a result of payment of rådighedsløn or wait for money to the dismissed the control staff.

10. Costs associated with the administration of the control.

Calculation of control cost for staff, who are employed by a food region, but which is not permanently assigned inspection by any entity referred to in article 6. section 15 (6):

11. Control the expenditure is calculated as 451.46 € per hour for veterinarians and as 294.13 € per hour for supervisory technicians.
Annex 3

Control charges for small slaughterhouses and game processing houses (charges pursuant to § 17)

For the costs of investigation and control in connection with slaughtering and dressing will be charged the following lump sums:

1. in the case of beef and veal:

a) For adult bovine animals: 37.25 € per animal.

(b)) For the young bovine animals: 18.65 DKK per animal.

2. For meat of ungulates and meat of ratites: 32.82 DKK per animal.

3. For meat of pigs, including wild boar:

(a) carcases of domestic swine) by a weight less than 25 kg: 3.73 DKK per animal.

b) carcases of domestic swine of a weight of 25 kg or more: 9.70 € per animal.

c) carcases of boar: 11.17 DKK per animal.

(d)) the amounts shall be increased by the cost of Trichinella control, if the amounts are insufficient to cover this study.

4. For meat of sheep, goats and wild ruminant:

a) carcases of ovine and caprine animals of a weight of less than 12 kg: 1.31 USD per head.

b) carcases of ovine and caprine animals of a weight exceeding 12 kg: 2.61 DKK per animal.

c) carcases of wild ruminant 3.72 € per animal.

5. in the case of poultry, rabbits, birds and ground game:

a) For animals of a weight of less than 2 kg: 0.07 € per animal.

b) For animals of a weight between 2 and 5 kg: 0.15 € per animal.

(c)) For animals of a weight exceeding 5 kg: 0.30 € per animal.

For the costs of investigation and control in relation to cutting of fresh meat will be charged the following lump sums: 22.35 DKK (3 euros) per tonne.
Annex 4

Conversion of slagtetal to livestock units referred to in article 6. § 17









Species





Carcass weight





Group





Animal units







Cattle





> 150 kg



 



4





 



150 < kg



 



2





 



< 90 kg





fedekalve





2





 

 



Spædekalve





1,33





 

 

 

 





Heste



 

 



4





 

 

 

 





Får og geder



 

 



1





 

 

 

 





Søer og orner





> 100 kg



 



2







Other pigs



 

 



1





 

 

 

 





Chicks



 

 



0.067







Ducks



 

 



0.1







Pigeons



 

 



0.1







Moreover, domestic poultry, including chickens



 

 



0.133







Rabbits



 

 



0.133





 

 

 

 





Deer



 

 



1







Ostrich



 

 



1







Annex 5

Control duties relating to fish, with the exception of imports

1. The surveillance referred to in article 18 shall be paid on the basis of the real costs incurred as regards algae monitoring. In addition to the coverage of the administration of the monitoring scheme annually 7,485 DKK PR. clam permission, whilst for fish farms and for håndbrejlere only paid 1031 DKK annually.

2. The article 19, paragraph 1, the said charge constitutes 7.45 DKK (1 euro) per tonne in the case of fish and fishery products iland brought directly from the Lake from a vessel, when it comes to quantities up to 50 tons, and 3.72 KR. (0.5 euros) per tonne for the quantities above. For herring and mackerel may levy, as stated in 1. paragraph shall not exceed 372.97 KR. (50 euros) per consignment unloaded.

3. In article 21, paragraph 1, the said charge constitutes 7.45 DKK (1 euro) per tonne and charged for fishery products that are delivered to a company that obtains or processing such products, as well as fishery products coming from a factory ship.

4. The article 19 (3) of the said levy is fixed at 1066 USD per hour.

5. In article 21, paragraphs 2 and 3, the said levy is fixed at 1066 USD per hour. In connection with the supervision of a factory vessel of a third country will be charged all expenses in connection with supervision.
Annex 6

Control duties relating to residues (charges pursuant to section 26)

1. Establishments where slaughter takes place pays 16.48 € per tonne of meat.

2. Farm Marketing fish of aquaculture origin for slaughter or export market alive, pay 33.39 DKK per tonne of fish measured as live weight.

3. undertakings receiving milk direct from the dairy farmer, pays 0.19 € per 1000 litres of unprocessed raw milk.

4. Packing centres and farming, which sold eggs for human consumption pays 10.96 DKK per tonne of eggs produced or packed in the company.
Annex 7

Import inspection charges

1. For inspection under section 30 (2), be paid DKK 190 per lot on weekdays. 6 and 17, 243 USD per lot on weekdays. 17 and 22, and 297 USD per lot on weekdays. 22 and 6, on Saturdays after 8 pm. 14, on Sundays and holidays, 1. may, Constitution Day, Christmas Eve and new year's Eve.

2. Who paid for the checks referred to in section 30, paragraph 1-4 and for checks on live animals to see. section 32 (1) and section 34, paragraph 4, however, at least the following amounts:

For a batch of animal products (except fishery products) as well as for a lot of live bovine animals, equidae, pigs, sheep, goats, poultry, rabbits, or of small game birds, game animals, wild boar or wild ruminant paid the following rates:

-409.70 KR. (55 euro) per batch of up to 6 tonnes, and

-67.04 KR. (9 euros) per tonne, up to 46 tonnes, thereafter, or

-3,128.62 KR. (420 euros) per lot over 46 tonnes.

For a lot of other live animals other than animals belonging to the following groups: ornamental birds, aquaculture animals (including fish), rodents (including leporidae), reptiles, insects or other aquatic invertebrates, however, must at least be paid-the following rates:

-409.70 KR. (55 euro) per batch of up to 46 tonnes, or

-3,128.62 KR. (420 euros) per lot over 46 tonnes.

When a consignment of products of animal origin other than meat and fishery products for human consumption consists of a number of small single batches, there must at least be paid:

-4,469.46 KR. (600 euro) per vessel, with a cargo of products up to 500 tonnes

-8,938.92 KR. (1200 euros) per vessel, with a cargo of products up to 1000 tonnes,

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

-26,816.76 KR. (3600 euros) per vessel, with a cargo of products of more than 2000 tonnes.

3. For control within the scope of section 32, paragraph 3, and section 34, paragraph 3, paid 124 USD per consignment. For the first 10 lots or as regards imports from Canada the first 6 parties paid however, 1,227 DKK per consignment.

4. To cover expenses in connection with veterinary checks on live animals and products of animal origin etc. from New Zealand see. § 33 shall be paid for:

(a) live animals): 37.25 DKK (5 euros) per tonne, and


(b) products of animal origin, etc.) except for fish and fisheries products: 11.17 KR. (1.5 EUR) per tonne.

(c)), however, are paid regardless of (a) and (b) at least 223.47 kr (30 euros) per party and a maximum of 2,607.19 DKK (350 euros) per consignment.

5. For control within the scope of section 34 (2), be paid 95 DKK per lot on weekdays. 6 and 17, 122 € per Party on weekdays. 17 and 22 and 148 USD per lot on weekdays. 22 and 6, on Saturdays after 8 pm. 14, on Sundays and holidays, 1. may, Constitution Day, Christmas Eve and new year's Eve-aftensdag.

6. In section 35 (2) and (3) the said payment constitutes:

a) 744 € per hour for the total time spent in checking on weekdays. 6 and 17.

b) 1215 € per hour for the total time spent in checking on weekdays. 17 and 22.

c) 1486 DKK per hour for the total time spent in checking on weekdays. 22 and 6, on Saturdays after 8 pm. 14, on Sundays and holidays, 1. may, Constitution Day, Christmas day and new year's Eve-evening.

7. In section 35, paragraph 1, the said charge constitutes 7.45 DKK (1 euro) per tonne in the case of fresh fish and fishery products iland brought directly from the Lake from a third country fishing vessel when it comes to quantities up to 50 tons, and 3.72 KR. (0.5 euros) per tonne for the quantities above. For herring and mackerel can levy, as stated in 1. paragraph, however, shall not exceed 372.46 KR. (50 euros) per consignment unloaded.

8. In section 35, paragraph 4 referred to levy to be charged shall constitute at least the following amounts:

-409.70 KR. (55 euro) per batch of up to 6 tonnes, and

-67.04 KR. (9 euros) per tonne, up to 46 tonnes, thereafter, or

-3,128.62 KR. (420 euros) per lot over 46 tonnes.

When a consignment of fishery products consists of a number of small single batches, there must at least be paid:

-4,469.46 KR. (600 euro) per vessel, with a cargo of fishery products up to 500 tonnes

-8,938.92 KR. (1200 euros) per vessel, with a cargo of fishery products up to 1000 tonnes,

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

-26,816.76 KR. (3600 euros) per vessel, with a cargo of fishery products of more than 2000 tonnes.

9. For control, see. section 37, which cannot be implemented because of the applicant's circumstances are paid:

a) 2.036 USD on weekdays. 6 and 17.

(b) $ 2,572.) on weekdays. 17 and 22.

c) 3,108 USD on weekdays. 22 and 6, Saturdays after 8 pm. 14 as well as on Sundays and holidays.

10. For control within the scope of section 38 (2), be paid 1,227 DKK per lot (5 samples).
Annex 8

Product groups, which are subject to special import rules

Category In

1. whole eggs.

2. Lard and rendered fats.

3. Animal casings.

4. the hatching eggs.

Category II

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

2. Egg products

3. Processed animal protein for human consumption.

4. Honey

Category III

1. Semen.

2. Embryos, including øjenæg of aquaculture products.

3. Manure.

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

5. Gelatin.

6. Frogs ' legs and snails.

7. Bones and bone products.

8. Hides and skins.

9. Bristles, wool, hair and feathers.

10. Horns, Horn products, hooves and hoof products thereof.

11. Apiculture products.

12. Hunting trophies.

13. Processed feedingstuffs, including petfood, processed fishery products.

14. Commodities, including fish meal and other fishery products, in the manufacture of petfood.

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

16. Blood products used for technical purposes.

17. Pathogens.

18. Hay and straw.
Annex 9

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

1. Fee for the notification of the addition of nutrients to foods, including dietary supplements, see. section 40 (1):

(a)) for the notification in accordance with individual authorization shall be paid a fee of DKK 6,000

(b)) for the notification of electrolytes to sports drinks (electrolyte drink), IE. kulhydratholdige drink with added electrolytes, however, only be paid a fee of 1,600 USD.

(c)) for the notification pursuant to the general authorisation referred to in article 6. the positive list is paid a fee of 1,600 USD.

(d)) for the notification of flavours and identical products marketed under different names, paid 1,600 USD, however, is the fee of DKK 6,000 for the first product.

2. Fee for endorsement of an aroma, etc., see. section 40 (2):

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

b) fee for extension of the permission to use an aroma: 1,600 USD.

(c)) for the notification and authorisation of flavourings with same aroma substance (s), but with different excipients, as well as an expanded use of a røgaromastof paid $ 2,400., however, is the fee at 4,800 DKK for the first product.

3. Fee for the approval of an additive, including a nutrient source for this purpose, see. section 40 (3):

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

b) Fee for the approval of an additive, which is evaluated by JECFA or the SCF/EFSA: 8,800 kr.

c) fee for extension of the permission to use an additive: 1,600 USD.

4. Fee for approval of inspection and monitoring equipment, see. section 40 (4): 2,400 kr.

5. Fee for the notification of a bacterial culture, etc., see. section 40 (5):

a) Fee for the notification of a bacterial culture, mold or yeast fungus: 6,200 kr.

b) Fee for the notification of changed application: 3,600 us $.

6. Fee for review of an enzyme, see. section 40 (6):

a) fee for review of an enzyme: 19,600 kr.

b) fee for review of an enzyme, in respect of which no required disclosure of toxicological studies: 8,800 kr.

c) fee for review of an enzyme, to which an amendment of the microbial based organism requires disclosure of toxicological studies: 10,800 USD.

d) Fee for the notification of changed application: 4,200 kr.

7. When applying for approval of novel foods or food ingredients referred to in article 6. European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 258/97 of 27. January 1997 concerning novel foods and novel food ingredients, see. § 40 paragraph 7 paid a fee to cover the actual costs of these proceedings are calculated on the basis of applied assessment time. The fee may not exceed 150,000 DKK Before proceedings can begin, there shall be paid a deposit of DKK 10,000.

8. Fee for the assessment of analytical methods, etc. after NordVal system, see. section 40 (8):

(a)) For the evaluation of a method of analysis applied to two or more matrices, paid 75,900 USD.

(b)) For the evaluation of a method of analysis applied to one matrix, and for the assessment of new matrices paid 38,800 kr.

(c)) For the evaluation of a method of analysis, covering a single analysis step (URf.eks. verification), paid $ 28,000.

(d)) For the evaluation of a method of analysis with a view to the extension of the method's approval are paid us $ 16,600.

e) For reassessment of a method of analysis as a result of changes in method paid for (a) to (c) depending on the method's scope. For small changes can the fee be reduced to the amount referred to in point (d).

9. Fee for the approval of disinfectant, teat product sprays means or medium, which is used for udder hygiene regulation. § 40 paragraph 9 constitutes 3,100 us. where approval only relates to the name change, parallel approval or similar that requires no further toxicological evaluation, however, 1,100 USD fee represents Annex 10

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

1. For the issue of a certificate for use on exports to third countries of food except meat and meat products have to be paid a fee of 50 us $.

2. For the sending of meat establishments with real oversight of certificates for the export of meat and meat products have to be paid a fee of 25 € per bundle à 100 certificates.
Annex 11

Laboratory fees

For laboratory studies of the basic regulation. § § 42-45 paid the following tariffs:









Analysis





Fare in us $.








General:



 





Pre-treatment per sample *)





85







Certificates





161







Sensory analysis:



 





Sight, smell and taste (min. 2 persons). Not accredited





110







Sight, smell and taste. Complicated tasks (ex. pests, taste-error). Not accredited





265







Sight, smell and taste (min. 3 people). Accredited analysis





145







Chemical and physical examinations:



 





APO-carotensyreester





161







Ash





384







Citrate






900







Enanthic acid





207







Fatty acid hydrolysis (including SBR)





477







Fat, RG





372







Fat, Gerber





185







Fat, Babcock





279







Fat in butter (IDF fat-free dry matter)





477







Fatty acid composition including fat determination





1,574







Cream Growth Ability/Homogenization Degree





370







Free Acids





149







Freezing point determination





256







Histamine, ELISA





1,403







Caseinate + Soya protein, ELISA





2,701







Coagulation temperature





372







Collagen





584







Dietary fiber





2,208







Carbohydrate (no lactose), enzymatic





291







lactose





911







Lactater





911







Sodium chloride





259







Sodium nitrite, salt





339







Net weight





106







PABA, p-aminobenzoic acid





902







Peroxide number





638







Peroxidase, Storch





160







Ph





93







Phosphate, milk products





548







Phosphate, meat products





548







Phosphatase, meat





667







Phosphatase, lactic products





386







Protein





266







Sucrose, fructose and glucose (enzymatic method)





1,398







Malitol, sorbitol, xylitol, mannitol, lactitol





2,443







Soy protein + Caseinate, ELISA





2,278







Sterol





372







Starch, gravimetric





2,224







Sugars





720







Acid index, dairy products





266







Acid value, meat products





584







Triglycerides





482







Dry weight in bread





302







Dry extract, dairy and meat products





196







Solids, vacuummetode





231







Urea





814







Whey protein





1,378







Water activity, aw





149







Vanillin





533







Specific gravity





93







Dyes:



 





Carotenoids in candy and soft drinks





2,158







Scarlet





1,428







Synthetic dyes, qualitative





1,097







Synthetic dyes, quantitatively





2,570







Preservatives:



 





Benzoic acid and sorbic acid





935







Natamycin





1,604







Nitrite and nitrate





1,189







Parbener





1,146







Propionic acid





1,664







Antioxidants:



 





Ascorbic acid and ISO-





1,371







Combinations of gallates





1,813







Sulphur dioxide





808







Sweeteners:



 





Aspartame, Acesulfame-k and saccharin





1,125







Cyclamate





1,428







Taste givers:



 





Ammonium chloride





365







Glutamic acid





1,179







Salts:



 





Glucono-delta-Lactone GDL





1,456







Carriers:



 





Propylene glycol





1,305







Minerals:



 





Studies for a el. more of the minerals Na, K, Mg, Ca, Fe, Cu, Mn, Zn, P, Mo, 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







Selenium in dietary supplements





764







As determined





477







Trace elements:



 





Studies for a multiple of trace elements or As, Pb, Cd, Cr, Hg, Ni, See.



 





1 trace element





1,175







2 trace elements





1,446







3 trace elements





1,717







4 trace elements





from 1988







5 trace elements





2,258







6 trace elements





2,529







7 trace elements





2,799







Lead and cadmium (pottery) flat product





1,010







Lead and cadmium (pottery) foot rim





1,010







Vitamins:



 





Vitamin a-carotene





1.938







Vitamin a + carotene





2.067







Vitamin B1





1,297







B2-vitamin





1,297







B1-/B2-vitamin (HPLC)





1,644







Vitamin B6 (Microbiological)





2.067







Vitamin B6 (HPLC)





1,536







Vitamin B12 (Microbiological)





2.067







Biotin (Microbiological)





2.067







Vitamin c (HPLC)





996







Vitamin c (titration)





841







Carotenoids in vegetables





2.067







Vitamin D3/D2-vitamin





2,986







Vitamin D3 + D2-vitamin





4,425







Vitamin e, feed + prep.





881







Vitamin e foods





1,874







Folate (Microbiological)





2.067







Folic acid supplements





1,250







Niacin (Microbiological)





2.067







Pantothenic Acid (Microbiological)





2.067







Plastic analyses:



 





Total migration from plastic food simultatorerne destil-clay water, 3% acetic acid and 10% ethanol:



 





1 sample





2,773







4 samples





8,506







Total migration from plastic to the food Simulator olive oil:



 





1 sample





6,578







4 samples





23,300







Mycotoxins:



 





Aflatoxin, (figs) party ≤ 1 ton





1,488







Aflatoxin, (figs) party > 1 ton





2,122







Aflatoxin M1, (milk)





925







Ochratoxin A in cereals





960







Ochratoxin A, ELISA





407







Pesticides:



 





Chlormequat and mepiuat (cereal and cereal products)





1,488







Chlorpesticider and PCBS (animal) 13 komp.





2,665







Chlorpesticider and PCBS (shied) 47 komp.





2,665







Dithiocarbamat method (FP 019.1) for fruit and vegetables





588







Phosphorus pesticides (shied) 66 komp.





2,665







GC-multi method (FP 004.1) for cereals and cereal products





2,498







GC-multi method (FP 005.2) for meat





2,358







GC-multi method (FP 017.2) for fruit and vegetables





2,765







HPLC-multi method (FP 018.1) for fruit and vegetables (not citrus)





1,488







HPLC-multi method (FP 18.1) for fruit and vegetables (citrus)





1,755







Microbiological tests:



 





Aeromonas hydrophila





103







Aeromonas hydrophila, Supplement for detection by verification





246







Biochemical characterization, simple (API)





273







Biochemical characterization, extended (API)





545







Bacillus cereus, NMKL





97







Bacillus cereus, Supplement for detection by verification





132







Bacteriological inspection (BU) – exclusiv A/K





386







Brochotrix thermosphacta





97







Campylobacter





270







Campylobacter, Supplement for detection by verification





409







Clostridial, sulphite-reducing





111







Clostridial, sulphite-reducing, addition of detection by verification





207







Clostridium perfringens





111







Clostridium perfringens, Supplement for detection by verification





264







Coliforms, NMKL, 37 º/44 ° C





97







Coliforms, IDF





111








Coliforms, Supplement for detection by verification





97







Coliform bacteria MPN





166







DEFT





251







E. coli, presumptive





103







E. coli, Supplement for detection by verification (IMVC/API)





273







E. coli, IDF





167







E. coli O:157





384







E. coli O:157, Supplement for detection by verification





330







Enterobacteriaceae





103







Enterobacteriaceae, Supplement for detection by verification





97







Enterococcer (Slanetz) NMKL





103







Enterococcer (Slanetz), NMKL, Supplement for detection by verification





132







Alien kim





89







Yeast/mold





103







Halofile bacteria





89







Plate count





89







Plate count, swab method ell. Contact plates





89







Lactobaciller, dairy products





180







Lactobaciller, Supplement for detection by verification





215







Leuconostoc





89







Listeria, NMKL/IDF/immunological, qualitative





199







Listeria, NMKL/IDF, quantitative





234







Listeria, NMKL/IDF, semi quantitative





304







Listeria, Supplement for detection by verification, NMKL/IDF/GP





409







Microscopy





136







Lactic acid bacteria





116







Lactic acid bacteria, identification





136







Proteolytic bacteria





89







Pseudomonas aeruginosa, DS





103







Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Supplement for detection by verification





489







Salmonella NMKL/Immunological





187







Salmonella, the NMKL/IDF/immunological, Supplement for detection by verification Excl. speciation





444







Specific spoilage bacteria





103







Sporetal, aerobically





132







Sporetal, anaerobic





132







Staphylococcus aureus





160







Staphylococcus aureus, Supplement for detection by verification





119







Trichinosis (pooled up to five animals)





291







Vibrio





199







Vibrio, qualitative analysis AOAC/NMKL





199







Vibrio, quantitative analysis NMKL





276







Vibrio, Supplement for detection by verification





409







Yersinia enterocolitica





445







Yersinia enterocolitica, Supplement for detection by verification





409







Special analyses:



 





Staphylococcus aureus toxin, ELISA





291







Arts provision:



 





Arts provision (Orbit/prime) A 261





132







Arts Provision, ELISA





372







Arts provision, ELISA, (urgent)





2,224







Arts provision, ELISA, 2 species





477







Arts provision, ELISA, 2 species (urgent)





2,647







Antibiotics/chemotherapeutics:



 





Microbiological



 





Antibiotics/chemotherapeutics, milk (Delvotest)





209







Antibiotics/chemotherapeutics, milk, demonstrated by verification (plate method)





1,466







Antibiotics/chemotherapeutics, meat, (EU-4-plate method)





177







Antibiotics/chemotherapeutics, Supplement for detection by verification (plate method)





1,441







Chemical



 





Antibiotics/chemotherapeutics, milk (Charm II)





588







Chloramphenicol, ELISA





854







Coccidiostats (eggs) LC-MS





1,849







Florfenikol (trout) HPLC





1,488







Macrolides, HPLC





1,488







Nitrofurans, HPLC





1,472







Penicillin, HPLC





3,657







Quinolones HPLC





753







Sulfonamides, HPLC





1,488







Tetracyclines, HPLC





1,629







Tiamulin, HPLC





979







Other



 





Amprolium





1,637







Avermectiner HPLC





1,261







Benzimidazoler





1,653







Beta-agonists, GC-MS





2,921







Whereas Carazolol, HPLC





1,065







Carbadox






1,418







Corticosteroids (liver), ELISA





572







Dimetridazole (eggs), HPLC





1,160







Whereas Levamisole, GC-MS





925







Malachite Green





2,150







Melengestrol Acetate, HPLC





1,312







Metichlorpindol





1,620







Metrifonat





1,575







Nitroimidazoler





1,724







Olaquindox





1,730







Phenylbutazone (milk)





642







Piperazinchlorid, GC-MS





925







Steroids, GC-MS





3,390







Stilbenes, GC-MS





3,390







Thyrostatic substances, (urinary) LC-MS





784







Tranquilizers, HPLC





1,065







Trenbolone, GC-MS





2,122







Zeranol (urine), RIA





854







Exports of hams



 





PFF control





715









For urgent samples attributed to 50%.

For laboratory tests, which are not covered by the list, time and paid on the basis of the actual cost of the studies calculated on the basis of an hourly rate for AC staff at 660 kr and for laboratory technicians 423 kr.

*) Pretreatment covers the manufacture of dilution series and pooling of samples in connection with microbiological analyses as well as homogenization of samples prior to chemical analysis.
Official notes 1) Executive order complements and contains provisions from the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 882/2004 of 29 April 2004. April 2004 on official controls for the purpose of verification of compliance with feed and food law, animal health and animal welfare rules to des (2004, Official Journal of the European Union L 165, p. 1), as corrected on 28. May 2004 (Official Journal of the European Union 2004, L 191, p. 1.