Ordinance On Veterinary Checks On Imports Of Food Of Animal Origin And On Penalties For Violation Of Related Eu Legal Instruments

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om veterinærkontrol ved indførsel af animalske fødevarer og om straffebestemmelser for overtrædelse af relaterede EU-retsakter

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Overview (table of contents)



Chapter 1



Scope and definitions





Chapter 2



Trade





Chapter 3



Imports from third countries





Chapter 4



Importation for free circulation of conformist foods originating in third countries





Chapter 5



Imports of non-harmonised food originating in third countries





Chapter 6



Transit and storage of non-conformist foods originating in third countries





Chapter 7



The transport of food products from third countries to third countries by means of transport as between lands in or visiting Denmark for the purpose of transhipment





Chapter 8



Return





Chapter 9



Privates imports





Chapter 10



Samples, etc.





Chapter 11



Veterinary appointment of customs warehouses, etc.





Chapter 12



Sealing





Chapter 13



Transition and derogations





Chapter 14



Criminal and commencement provisions, etc.





Annex 1



Part I





Annex 2



List of Danish border inspection posts approved for the control of food





Annex 3



Frequencies of veterinary checks of imported consignments





Annex 4



Import conditions for harmonized food from third countries





Annex 5



The import requirements applicable to non-harmonized food from third countries





Annex 6



Model of victualling certificate





Annex 7



Application form for return of foods





Annex 8



Schema for veterinary appointment of companies such as storage in a customs warehouse, free zone, skibsprovianterings companies and specifically authorised victualling warehouses





Annex 9



-Country list-fresh meat, minced meat, meat preparations and mechanically separated meat of livestock





Annex 10



-Country list-fresh meat and prepared meat of poultry





Annex 11



-Country list-fresh meat, minced meat, meat preparations and mechanically separated meat of farmed and wild game animals, with the exception of hares and rabbits





Annex 12



-Country list-fresh meat and meat of wild feathered game and farmed ratites





Annex 13



-Country list-meat products and treated stomachs, bladders and intestines





Annex 14



-Country list-frogs ' legs and nails





Annex 15



-Country list-Milk and milk products





Annex 16



-Country list-eggs in shell and heat treated egg products





Annex 17



-Country list-fresh meat of rabbits and hares





Annex 18



-Country list-Honey and Royal Jelly Royal





Annex 19



-Country list-Fish and fishery products in any form but excluding bivalve molluscs





Annex 20



-Country list-bivalve molluscs, echinoderms, tunicates and marine snails in any form



The full text of the Ordinance on veterinary checks on imports of food of animal origin and on penalties for violation of related EU-retsakter1)

Pursuant to § 37, section 53 (2) and (3), § 67 and section 70 (3) of law No. 432 of 9. June 2004 on the keeping of animals, and section 36, paragraph 1, article 37, paragraph 1, article 39, § 41, section 45, paragraph 2, article 49, § 50, section 51, section 52, paragraph 2, § 54, paragraph 5, article 60, paragraph 3, of the law on food, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 820 of 1. July 2011, fixed: Chapter 1 Scope and definitions article 1. The Ordinance covers any kind of imports into Denmark in annex 1, part I listed animal foods and other foods of animal origin.

(2). The notice also includes the exchange of information in connection with berthing of vessels from third countries in Danish ports and landing of aircraft from third countries in Danish airports.

(3). The Ordinance also establishes the penalties for violation of various EU acts.

§ 2. In this notice, the term border veterinarian "means A Food Agency employed official veterinarian at a border inspection post without prejudice. Annex 2.

(2). By veterinary control purposes: 1) For food, which is received in the course of trade, veterinary and Food Administration, food Department a) non-discriminatory random checks at the place of destination, b) suspicion control including control during transport, or c) stricter control.

2) For food, which is returned from partner countries, the food agency, the food Department's control of the company receive control.

3) For food products, which are imported from third countries, the border veterinarian a) control of the party is accompanied by the required documents, the information contained in the documents correspond to the information contained in the prior notification, as well as to the information in the documents is adequate (document control), b) checking of consistency between the party and the accompanying documents (identity checks), c) control of that food is fit for human consumption and comply with the provisions in force (physical control) , including simple investigations at the border inspection post and, where appropriate, taking samples for analysis in laboratories, food administration and d) suspicion control and tighter controls.

4) For non-conformist foods from third countries, which must be stored or transported siteres for export to third countries, the documentary and identity checks as well as any physical checks referred to in point 1. 3.5) For food, which is returned from third countries, the identity and physical checks, as referred to in point 1. 3 (b) and (c), as well as the documentary checks referred to in §§ 32-36.

(3). By means of non-discriminatory control purposes: The sampling of food lots, Food Agency makes in connection with trade. Selection of batches and extent of inspections shall be determined on the basis of a risk assessment and taking into account the public control of the corresponding Danish-produced foods.

(4). By suspicion control purposes: 1) the follow-up trade control and Food Administration shall carry out of the subsequent batch of the same origin, when the party has fallen by the non-discriminatory checks or checks after no suspicion. 2, and 2) the veterinary and Food Administration shall carry out checks on the suspect to a specific party foods, introduced by trade or from a third country.

(5). By tighter controls mean: 1) the follow-up trade control and Food Administration make to subsequent batches of the same origin, when a party has fallen by suspicion checks in accordance with paragraph 4, and 2) the follow-up control and Food Administration make to subsequent batches of the same origin, when a batch is rejected at a border inspection post at the controls in accordance with paragraph 2, nr. 3 or paragraph 4, nr. 2. the provisions of paragraph 6. On importation means: 1) receiving food from another trading country, 2) imports from third countries of food products into free circulation as well as food for the treatment under the Customs inward processing arrangements ' ', 3) introduction of non-compliant food from third countries to transit or storage, 4) the importation in accordance with chapters 5 and 8-10 of foods, which are not released for free circulation, and 5) berthing or stopover in accordance with Chapter 7 of foods that are not released for free circulation.

(7). In the course of trade shall mean: reception in Denmark, see. paragraph 8, of foods like, 1) have been health or identification mark in accordance with the Community provisions in a company in another country or trading on a factory ship, which is registered by another country, trade or 2) originating in third countries, and which, after the veterinary control is released and resold from the recipient undertaking in a second trade country to Denmark.

(8). By the definition of a trading country applies the definition in the Ordinance on the import of food, etc. with special restrictions and on penalties for violation of various EU acts (Restriction Ordinance).

(9). By third countries shall mean: outside the trading area, see. (8).

Paragraph 10. By transit means: Land transport from a border inspection post directly and without reloading through the trade area to another border inspection post by non-conformist foods originating in a third country and intended for export to a third country.

Paragraph 11. By conformist food means food that complies with applicable law for importation for free circulation in the EUROPEAN UNION.

Paragraph 12. By non-conformist foods means food originating in the third country, and which do not comply with applicable law, for free circulation in the EUROPEAN UNION.

Paragraph 13. By non-conformist storage means temporary location in veterinary designated warehouse in a free zone, a customs warehouse or skibsprovianterings company of non-compliant food, see. paragraph 12, originating in a third country and intended for export to a third country.

Paragraph 14. By non-harmonised food means food originating in the third country, and for which alone is established national import conditions.

Paragraph 15. By prescribed document shall mean: the issue of a health certificate, health certificate, veterinary document URf.eks. a veterinary supplementary attestation or any other document required under Community law or national law.


Paragraph 16. By party (from partner countries) shall mean: A quantity of an animal food, which are made from the same sender in an EU country and are intended for the same beneficiary in another EU country.

Paragraph 17. By party (from third countries) shall mean: A quantity of a food animal of the same type and processing level, which is subject to the same statutory document, originating from the same sender, transported by the same means of transport, are presented at the same time for veterinary checks and are destined to the same consignee.

Paragraph 18. By importer shall mean: A person or company resident in Denmark, causing the importation of foods, and which has received confirmation that the activity to be registered with the Food Agency, the food departments.

Paragraph 19. By the person responsible for the consignment shall mean: the importer or any person or entity resident in Denmark who, empowered by the importer, causing the importation of a specific party.

Paragraph 20. By the recipient company shall mean: a company that physically receive food through trade or by return or make a splitting of a consignment of food, which is received in the course of trade.

Paragraph 21. By skibsprovianterings company shall mean: a customs warehouse with a special approval as victualling business from TAX for the storage of foods, which are intended for delivery to ships, and which must not be put into the EU.

Paragraph 22. By compound foods means food containing both processed foodstuffs of animal and plant foods, including foods, where processing of the animal ingredient form an integral part of the manufacturing process of the finished food.

Paragraph 23. By channeled importation means the importation, where a consignment of food to be dispatched from the border inspection post directly to the approved recipient company in sealed means of transport.

Paragraph 24. By petfood shall mean: feed for animals belonging to species normally fed and kept by people, without aiming at human or any agricultural production.

Paragraph 25. By feed for fur animals shall mean: feed for animals kept or reared for the production of furs, but which are not used for human consumption.

Paragraph 26. By a CVED (Veterinary certificate) shall mean: The two-sided document, as provided for in Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 136/2004 of 22. January 2004 laying down procedures for the EC border inspection post of the veterinary checks on products from third countries about the arrival of food to veterinary control, to the importer's prior notification (part I), and the border veterinarian documentation for veterinary control and decision (part II).

Paragraph 27. By a daughter-CVED (daughter-Veterinary certificate) shall mean: A CVED, referring to a previous CVED issued.

Paragraph 28. By certified copy shall mean: the copy of an original document, where the copy's authenticity is confirmed by the veterinary and Food Administration.

Paragraph 29. By denaturation of foods understood: A process where food Submerse in or over poured or showered with green color. Denaturation of food must ensure that the denatured foods not mistakenly used for human food or animal feed.

Paragraph 30. Destruction means: Disposal by incineration.

Paragraph 31. By the competent authority for the purposes of food agency or other similar authority in the field of food and veterinary field.

Chapter 2 section 3 Trade. Foods must be accompanied by a health certificate or specially crafted trading documents, if there for animal health reasons is adopted Community provisions to that effect.

(2). Non-harmonized foods should only be introduced after prior permission of the veterinary and Food Administration centrally. Application must be forwarded through the food section, in the territory of which the importer is located.

§ 4. Receive business operators shall, on request, inform the veterinary and Food Administration, food departments about receiving or expected receipt of batches of food after food administration specification.

§ 5. Receive business operators must keep a register of received batches of food. The register shall contain information about the importer, date of receipt, product category, number of packages, weight, country of origin, country of origin business and exporting country. The register shall be kept by the receiving company for at least 5 years. Registered must on request be presented Food Agency.

§ 6. The importer must, for each lot received on the recipient undertaking which self-monitoring inspection of that the party complies with the applicable legislation, as well as inspect the lot. This control must be carried out before the party used or transferred, and it must be ensured that health checks and identification marks appearing on foodstuffs in accordance with the applicable legislation.

(2). The importer must immediately report any irregularities in the party for the Food Agency, the food Department, in whose territory the recipient undertaking is situated.

§ 7. Food Agency, the food departments shall carry out non-discriminatory spot checks of the received consignments of food.

(2). Suspected that the current legislation has not been complied with, the Food Agency, the food departments carry out suspected control, including control during transport and control of the means of transport.

(3). If in accordance with paragraph 1 or 2 shall control is found repeated irregularities in batches of food products from the same origin company, is carrying out veterinary and Food Administration, food departments tightened control of subsequent batches of food products from this company.

(4). Parties subjected to suspicion or tighter control, seized control of the Food Agency, the food departments.

§ 8. If it is found that a party does not comply with applicable provisions of the food, veterinary and Food Administration, seizing food departments of the party, including any parts of the lot in downstream, and decides that the party does not need to be translated. Are parts of the party reached out in a later stage, the Food Agency choose also to seize these parts.

(2). If deficiencies are found under section 6, the Food Agency, the food departments fail to seize the party.

(3). Food Agency, the food Chambers gives the importer notices that 1) party returned within a prescribed time frame, 2) party rendered into pet food or fur animals, within a set time limit, or 3) the consignment shall be destroyed within a prescribed time frame.

(4). Food Agency, the food departments shall determine the terms and conditions for return, reprocessing and disposal, including the documentation submitted by the importer to submit.

(5). The return is subject to the condition that the Food Agency, the food Chambers approve a permit to return the party to which the importer has obtained from the competent authority of the country where trade establishment of origin is located. Authorisation from the competent authority of the country of trade shall contain a specific description of the of the importer reported rejection reason.

(6). If the return or reprocessing for pet food or fur animals is not possible, or if the food agency, the food chambers required time limit is exceeded, or if the importer wishes, the lot must be destroyed.

(7). Destruction, as referred to in paragraph 3, no. 3, and (6) shall be done under the supervision of the veterinary and Food Administration, food departments.

§ 9. Food Agency, the food departments seized the party and shall decide on the destruction within a prescribed time frame, including any parts of the lot in downstream, where it is found that: 1) who in the party seems to substances, which can cause one of the diseases referred to in the notice on the lists of infectious diseases to the law on the keeping of animals, or a zoonosis or any other relationship that can pose a serious risk to human or animal health, or 2) party comes from an area where there is a suspicion or an outbreak of serious infectious diseases in humans or animals, see. However, paragraph 2.

(2). Food Agency, the food Chambers may decide that paragraph 1, nr. 2, does not apply to foods that are heat treated in hermetically sealed container to an F0 value of 3.00 (preserved).

(3). Food Agency, the food departments shall determine the procedures for the destruction, including the documentation submitted by the importer to submit.

(4). Destruction, as referred to in paragraph 1 shall be carried out under the supervision of the veterinary and Food Administration, food departments.

Chapter 3 importation from third countries § 10. Food arriving from third countries, should be introduced into Denmark in places where there is created a border inspection post approved for the food, see. Annex 2.

(2). Foods that arrives at a border inspection post, must be subjected to veterinary checks at the border inspection post, before this food must be brought into the EU without prejudice. However, section 23.

§ 11. Foods should not be introduced or reintroduced from third countries to Denmark, unless they have been subjected to veterinary control at a border inspection post by trade area's external border.

(2). Foods covered by paragraph 1, which have not been subjected to the veterinary checks at the EU's external border, seized by the food agency, the food divisions, which requires the importer to return or destroy the party, see. § 19.

(3). Food originating in the third countries, introduced in Denmark by trade, is covered by the provisions referred to in Chapter 2.


(4). Food arriving from third countries, shall not be introduced into the Copenhagen free port without prior approval by the border veterinarian in Copenhagen, see. However, paragraph 5 or 6.

(5). There must not be sought approval in accordance with paragraph 4, provided that such foods be transferred directly from a third country to approved border inspection post situated in the Copenhagen free port with no prior storage in Copenhagen free port.

(6). Foods covered by paragraph 4, which demonstrably are introduced in the Copenhagen free port before 15. October 2010, may, during a transitional period until 1. February 2011 is kept in the Copenhagen free port without border veterinarian approval. Storage of these foods in the Copenhagen free port after 1. February 2011 is contingent upon prior approval by the border veterinarian in Copenhagen.

§ 12. Food shall on importation be accompanied by the original of the required documents that must contain the required certifications relating to public and animal health of the food concerned.

(2). The original of the accompanying documents must be delivered to the border veterinarian, who shall keep the documents at the border inspection post. Border veterinarian shall provide a certified copy of the document to the importer of the batch. The certified copy shall accompany each lot or sublot, in the instances where food can be divided into sublots after veterinary checks carried out.

(3). Non-conformist foods must, however, always be accompanied by the original of the required documents after the veterinary checks carried out.

§ 13. The importer must to the border inspection post at the Customs Office of entry send a prior notification about the arrival of food to veterinary control. Prior notification shall be made pursuant to article 2 of the basic regulation. Annex III of Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 136/2004. Prior notification must reach the border inspection post within the party's physical arrival in the EU area.

(2). Advance reviews, is sent to the Danish border inspection posts must be filled in on the Danish-language version.

(3). The notification must be properly completed and without corrections.

(4). The responsible party must send CVEDet to the Customs authorities at the border inspection post after finishing veterinary control, see. art. 3 (3) of Regulation No 136/2004.

(5). Companies intending to introduce foods in Copenhagen free port, see. section 11, paragraph 4, shall send it in section 13, paragraph 1 referred to prior notification to the border veterinarian in Copenhagen, the coastal road 16, 2770 Kastrup so that prior notification is veterinarian not later than one working day limit (Monday – Friday) before the food is introduced.

(6). The prior notification referred to in paragraph 5 shall be accompanied by information about: 1) name and address of the company in Copenhagen free port or the number of the container on the area where the imported frihavn foodstuffs are to be held, and 2) expected date of food leave the Copenhagen free port.

§ 14. Brokers, airlines, shipping companies, agents line courier companies, etc. should submit the cargo contents (cargomanifest) to the border inspection post for any aircraft or ship that lands in or visiting Denmark. There must be forwarded freight listing (cargomanifest), even though the cargo or parts thereof consisting of products other than foodstuffs, and regardless of whether the cargo or any part thereof shall remain on board, trans-shipped, stored, imported or siteres. The message, which must be designed in such a way that the plane's respectively, the ship's identity and product categories is clear, the border inspection post must be received before the aircraft or the ship's estimated time of arrival.

(2). Foods in the cargo referred to in paragraph 1 shall be subject to prior notification, see. § 13, unless they will be aboard.

§ 15. Ports and airports, where there are established border inspection post shall forward lists of ships or aircraft estimated time of arrival at the border inspection post. The lists shall contain the names of vessels or aircraft, route numbers and information on what port they are arriving from the airport respectively.

§ 16. The food at the border inspection post must be subjected to veterinary checks referred to in article 6. the specified control frequencies in annex 3 or in accordance with a decision of the veterinary and Food Administration, see. However, section 26 (3), § 27, paragraph 4, and section 37, paragraph 4.

(2). By channelled imports border controls subjecting party document checks at the border inspection post, while the identity check and the physical control of the party can be made either at the border inspection post of the veterinary and Food Administration, or food Chambers on the approved recipient company, immediately the party has arrived there. For the meat of wild game animals imported, with their skins, the identity check and the physical control of the party, including hygiene inspection and testing for levels of residues should be carried out by the Agency, food divisions, the party has arrived immediately to the authorised recipient company, which must be an approved wild game processing House.

(3). By channelled imports must transport between border inspection post and the approved recipient company shall be carried out in a means of transport or container, which is waterproof, identified and sealed so that the seal is broken, as soon as the means of transport opens. Food must remain under customs supervision up to the approved recipient company in accordance with T 5 procedure, see. Commission Regulation (EEC) No 2377/90. 2454/93 of 2. July 1993 laying down certain detailed rules for the application of Council Regulation (EEC) No 2377/90. 2913/92 establishing the Community customs code. Foods that are below the border veterinarian official seal shall not be unloaded, split or handled.

§ 17. Foods that are in transport in international traffic arriving from third countries, and which is intended for consumption by the crew and passengers, as well as the waste of these foods must not be subjected to veterinary checks, if they are not introduced into Denmark, see. However, paragraph 3.

(2). Food and waste thereof covered by paragraph 1 of its one-off packaging, which are removed from the means of transport referred to in paragraph 1, must be destroyed. Ports and airports shall in advance notify the veterinary and Food Administration, veterinary departments, when food and waste thereof shall be removed from the means of transport referred to in paragraph 1.

(3). Foods covered by paragraph 1, upon prior authorization by the border veterinarian, is transferred directly from a ship or aircraft in international traffic to another in the same port or airport on condition that the transfer is made under seal, and that such foods have origins either in partner countries or in third countries or parts of third countries, which are approved by the EU in animal health goal without prejudice to article. Annex 9-17 and annex 19-20 in this Ordinance.

(4). Destruction, as referred to in paragraph 2 shall be carried out under the supervision of the veterinary and Food Administration, veterinary departments.

(5). Costs in connection with the destruction of food, see. paragraph 2 shall be borne by the importer.

§ 18. Suspected that the current legislation has not been complied with, the border veterinarian is to carry out checks, including verification of suspected means of transport.

(2). Has border veterinarian sampled on the basis of suspicion, seized the lot at the border inspection post, or, if this is not possible, on a border veterinarian designated store, which is located in the food section, in the territory of the border inspection post is situated.

(3). Where the veterinary checks is a health risk or serious or repeated failures, the border veterinarian is to carry out tighter controls of subsequent batches of foods of the same origin. Border veterinarian seized by such parties.

(4). The increased control must first be lifted, when the results of the analysis of ten successive batches of the same origin imported into the EU is considered to be favourable.

(5). To cover inspection costs associated with tighter controls will be charged a deposit.

(6). Costs in connection with tighter controls is the responsibility of the importer. When the total costs are paid, refunded the deposit.

§ 19. If food in a party does not comply with the provisions in force or not can be approved for the purpose in accordance with the implemented veterinary control, seizing grænsedyrlægenpartiet. Cross the vet decides that the party does not have to be introduced.

(2). Border veterinarian give the importer an injunction that 1) party returned within a time limit not exceeding 60 days, 2) party rendered into pet food or fur animals, within a set time limit, or 3) the consignment shall be destroyed within a prescribed time frame.

(3). If it referred to in paragraph 1, the party has left the border inspection post shall be seized by the food Department, the party in whose territory the party finds itself which decides that the party does not need to be translated. Food Agency, the food Chambers provides injunctive relief as referred to in paragraph 2.

(4). Border veterinarian veterinary and Food Administration, food departments, respectively, shall lay down the terms and conditions for return, reprocessing and disposal, including the documentation submitted by the importer to submit.

(5). The return must take place in accordance with the conditions set out in article 21 of the European Parliament and of the Council Regulation (EC) No 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 are complied with.

(6). The return referred to in paragraph 2 must be done from the border inspection post where the food was presented for veterinary checks and with the same type of transport. The return referred to in paragraph 3 must be done from the nearest border inspection post approved for the control of the food concerned.


(7). If the return or reprocessing for pet food or fur animals is not possible, or if the border veterinarian veterinary and Food Administration, food departments respectively required time limit is exceeded, the lot must be destroyed. Similarly, if the importer gives his written consent to the fact that a party must be destroyed.

(8). Destruction, as referred to in paragraph 2, no. 3, and paragraph 7 must be done under the supervision of the border veterinarian veterinary and Food Administration, food departments respectively.

§ 20. If a party food can pose a risk to human or animal health, seized by the border veterinarian party and decides that the party does not have to be introduced. Border veterinarian give the importer an injunction that the party must be destroyed within a specified time limit, without prejudice. However, paragraphs 5 and 7.

(2). If it referred to in paragraph 1, the party has left the border inspection post shall be seized by the food Department, the party in whose territory the party finds itself which decides that the party does not have to be translated as well as giving direction to the party must be destroyed, see. However, paragraph 7. Are parts of the party reached out in a later stage, seizing Food Agency also these parts.

(3). Border veterinarian veterinary and Food Administration, food departments respectively lay down the procedures for the destruction, including the documentation submitted by the importer to submit.

(4). Destruction, as referred to in paragraph 1 shall be carried out under the supervision of the border veterinarian veterinary and Food Administration, food departments respectively.

(5). Border veterinarian can authorize a party foods that are assessed to pose a risk to human health, returned on defined conditions, see. Article 19, paragraph 2, point (a) of Regulation (EC) 882/2004.

(6). Costs in connection with the seizure, revocation and return or destruction of foodstuffs is the responsibility of the importer.

(7). If a party food is rejected, because there is found a total of residues of certain substances whose use is prohibited or not allowed above MRL (Maximum Residue Limit), see. Commission decision 2002/657/EC of 12. August 2002 implementing Council Directive 96/23/EC as regards the performance of the analytical methods and interpretation of results, must limit the veterinarian veterinary and Food Administration, food departments, respectively, regardless of (1) or (2) give the injunction that the party must be returned or destroyed under section 19.

§ 21. A batch of food must first be introduced or reintroduced from third countries, tran siteres, entering or leaving a warehouse as covered by section 42, when the importer has paid the costs in connection with veterinary checks in accordance with the applicable tariffs or made the necessary security for the payment of these.

Chapter 4 Importation for free circulation of compliant food originating in the third countries § 22. Introduction to the free circulation of foodstuffs originating in third countries shall be carried out in the conditions laid down in annex 4.

(2). Eggs intended for circulation in Denmark shall also be accompanied by a certificate in accordance with the model provided for in article 6, paragraph 2, of Commission Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 1688/2005 of 14. October 2005 on the implementation of European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 853/2004 as regards special guarantees concerning salmonella for consignments to Finland and Sweden of certain types of meat and eggs.

§ 23. Of foods covered by this chapter, as for the purpose of transhipment arrive by plane or ship to an airport or port at which created a border inspection post, which is authorized to verify the food concerned, and this is not the border inspection post of destination, must await the arrival of food to veterinary checks at the border inspection post of destination, provided that: 1) to the border inspection post of destination is authorized to verify the food concerned, and 2) to the party is transported by air, respectively by sea directly and without unloading from the entry border inspection post of destination, border inspection post.

(2). The responsible party must notify the border veterinarian at the border inspection post of entry on the following: 1) the expected time of the party's reading, 2) destination, the border inspection post in the COMMUNITY, 3) accurate information about where the party finds itself, if it is not loaded directly onto a plane or ship to the border inspection post of destination, and 4) the expected time for the party loading on the aircraft or ship to the next destination, border inspection post as a destination.

(3). The notification referred to in paragraph 2 must be border veterinarian not later at the party's arrival in the border inspection post of entry.

(4). The person responsible for the border inspection post of entry must be party to also send a notification (advance review), see. section 13, paragraph 1. Prior notification shall be in possession of the border inspection post in the party's physical arrival in the EU area.

(5). Border veterinarian can, if there can be danger to public or animal health, carry out documentary checks of parties that trans-shipped either directly or after being unloaded in a maximum of 12 hours for seven days for shipping freight air freight, respectively.

(6). Border veterinarian shall carry out documentary checks of parties, as in the case of trans-shipment is unloaded for a longer period of time than indicated in paragraph 5. If there can be danger to public or animal health, the border veterinarian is to carry out an identity check and a physical check of these parties.

(7). Border veterinarian must complete the veterinary control of parties, as in the case of trans-shipment has been unloaded in more than 48 hours for air freight, respectively, 20 days for shipping freight.

Chapter 5 the importation of non-harmonised food originating in the third countries § 24. Imports of non-harmonised food originating in third countries shall be carried out in the conditions laid down in annex 5.

(2). Importation of other non-harmonised food than those listed in annex 5, shall take place only after prior permission of the veterinary and Food Administration. Application must be forwarded to the Food Agency, the food Department, in the territory of which the importer is located.

Chapter 6 the Transit and storage of non-compliant food originating in the third countries § 25. Non-compliant foods may not be imported for free circulation in the trade area.

section 26. Non-compliant foods may tran siteres to a third country, if: 1) foodstuffs originating in and shipped from a third country or part of a third country, which has been approved by the EU in animal health goal, see. Annex 9-17 and annex 19-20 in this Ordinance. Meat products and dairy products must, however, also be subject to the EU statutory minimum treatment provided for in respect of the third country in question, see. Annex annex I respectively 15, 13 2) food upon arrival in the EU is accompanied by it at any time by the EUROPEAN UNION provided for the certificate to be used for transit and storage, and 3) prior permission has been obtained from the border veterinarian at the border inspection post at which the food is presented for veterinary inspection.

(2). A permission, see. (1) is subject to the condition that the person responsible for the transit of food writing to the border veterinarian declares that food leaves the trade area within 30 days, as well as to the food in the event of rejection is not returned to circulation in the trade area, but searches returned to the third country. If return to a third country is not made within 60 days, foods are destroyed.

(3). Foods covered by paragraph 1 shall, notwithstanding section 16, always subjected to documentary and identity checks at the border inspection post. Where there may be risk to public or animal health, or if there is a suspicion of irregularities, under throws border veterinarian in addition food physical control.

(4). Transit must be carried in a means of transport, without intermediate reloading, or a container, which is waterproof, identified and sealed so that the seal is broken, in the same means of transport or the container is opened. Food should not be unloaded, split or handled after the border veterinarian has sealed transport.

(5). Foods covered by paragraph 1 may only be placed out of the trading area via a border inspection post, where they must be subjected to documentary and identity checks before export, see. However, paragraph 6.

(6). The food can be traced directly to destruction after the prior consent of the border veterinarian at the border inspection post of entry. Destruction must take place under the supervision of the veterinary and Food Administration, food departments.

(7). Costs in connection with the destruction of food, see. paragraph 6, shall be the responsibility of the importer.

(8). Non-conformist food arriving at a border inspection post for export to a third country, must be accompanied by CVEDet issued at the border inspection post of entry, as well as the original of the specified document.

(9). The person responsible for transit should indicate on the ex-ante notification, see. section 13, paragraph 1, from which food leaves the EU border inspection post. The person responsible for transit must also be in writing inform the border inspection post of exit, the arrival of food to control. Under the direction of the border inspection post must be received before the party arrives at the border inspection post of exit.

§ 27. Non-conformist food may only be stored in a warehouse in a free zone, a customs warehouse or a skibsprovianterings undertaking with a view to later complete execution from trading area, or be transported directly from the border inspection post for consumption by people in ships engaged on international voyages outside of the trade area, if:


1) foodstuffs originating in and shipped from a third country or part of a third country, which has been approved by the EU in animal health goal, see. Annex 9-17 and annex 19-20 in this Ordinance. Meat products and dairy products must, however, also be subject to the EU statutory minimum treatment provided for in respect of the third country in question, see. Annex annex I respectively 15, 13 2) food upon arrival in the EU is accompanied by it at any time by the EUROPEAN UNION provided for the certificate to be used for transit and storage, see. However, paragraph 3, and 3) prior permission has been obtained for storage transport respectively from the border veterinarian at the border inspection post at which the food is presented for veterinary inspection. Permission for storage are subject to the condition that the person responsible for the party opposite the border veterinarian presents evidence that the Food Agency, the food Department, in whose territory the destination store is located, does not oppose that the foods stored.

(2). For food products covered by paragraph 1, which are due to arrive for storage in Denmark from another trading country, obtained the authorization referred to in paragraph 1 from the border veterinarian of the border inspection post referred to in article 6. Annex 2, which is located closest to the warehouse, where the food is to be stored.

(3). Food Agency sets out the terms of the certificates that must accompany non-harmonised food products, for which import conditions are not listed in annex 5.

(4). Foods covered by paragraph 1, it shall, notwithstanding section 16, only be subjected to documentary and identity checks at the border inspection post at which the food is presented for veterinary inspection. If there can be danger to public or animal health, to submit the border veterinarian in addition food physical control.

(5). The person responsible for the storage shall send a written notification to the Food Agency, the food Department, in whose territory the destination store is located on the arrival of non-conformist foods. Before non-conformist foods are removed from the warehouse, the person responsible for the storage, send a prior notification, see. section 13, paragraph 1, to the Food Agency, the food Department, in whose territory the destination store is located.

(6). For non-conforming foodstuffs which are to be transported to or from a warehouse, or to be transported directly from the border inspection post to a ship, see. (1) the following conditions apply in addition to the established in the given permission: 1) the transport of foodstuffs shall be carried in a means of transport, without intermediate reloading, or a container, which is waterproof, identified and sealed so that the seal is broken, as soon as the means of transport or container is opened.

2) foodstuffs must be accompanied by the original of the required documents or an authenticated copy thereof delivered for each part.

3) foodstuffs must only enter a store if the Food Agency, the food departments beforehand have undergone food documentary and identity checks. If there can be danger to public or animal health, veterinary and Food Administration, food departments shall submit in addition food physical control.

4) food shall be placed in separate storage premises, see. section 43 (2).

5) food shall not be subject to any other handling, than what is necessary for storage and for the Division of the party itself in less sublots without removal of packaging.

(7). The person responsible for the store in a customs warehouse or free zone, skibsprovianterings undertaking shall ensure that each unit of stored food products covered by paragraph 1 shall be clearly and legibly marked with the entry number of the CVED accompanying the consignment to the repository, so the identification of every unit in the party is possible.

(8). If a consignment of foodstuffs covered by paragraph 1 during storage can be divided into two or more parties, the owner of the lot before removal fill in a prior notification, see. section 13, paragraph 1, for each of the new parties for the purpose of issuing daughter-CVEDer. If the party to be kept out of the trade area, the owner of the Party shall indicate on the ex-ante notification, from which food leaves the EU border inspection post.

section 28. Non-conformist foods, which are stored in a warehouse in a free zone or a customs warehouse may be removed for the purpose of transferring to a skibsprovianterings company or export to a third country, without prejudice. However, paragraph 8. Transfer to skibsprovianterings activities shall be carried out on the basis of a T1 transit procedure in accordance with the customs rules.

(2). Removal of non-compliant food from a warehouse in a free zone or a customs warehouse for storage in a skibsprovianterings company is subject to the condition that the owner of the lot of food agency, the food Chambers presenting evidence to the competent authority, in whose territory the undertaking is situated, skibsprovianterings does not oppose that the foods stored.

(3). Removal of non-compliant food from a warehouse in a free zone or a customs warehouse with a view to exports from the trade area must be made only after the prior consent of the veterinary and Food Administration, food departments. This authorisation is subject to the condition that the owner of the lot in writing to the Food Agency, the food Chambers declares that food leaves the trade area within 30 days, as well as to the food in the event of rejection is not returned to circulation in the trade area, but searches returned to the third country. If return to a third country is not made within 60 days, foods are destroyed. Food may only be placed out of the trading area via a border inspection post, where they must be subjected to documentary and identity checks before export.

(4). The person responsible for the consignment must in writing inform the border inspection post of exit on the arrival of food to control. Under the direction of the border inspection post must be received before the party arrives at the border inspection post of exit.

(5). Non-conformist foods, which are stored in a skibsprovianterings company, may only be removed for export for consumption by people in ships engaged on international voyages outside of the trade area possibly after temporary storage in specially approved victualling warehouses in the port where the ship as victualling supplies shall be carried out without prejudice. However, paragraph 8.

(6). Non-compliant foods may only be removed from a warehouse in a free zone, a customs warehouse or a skibsprovianterings undertaking the Food Agency, the food departments beforehand have undergone food documentary and identity checks. If there can be danger to public or animal health, or if there is a suspicion of irregularity, the veterinary and Food Administration, food departments shall submit in addition food physical control.

(7). Decrease in accordance with paragraphs 1 to 3 and 5 shall take place without transshipment in a means of transport or a container, which is waterproof, identified and sealed so that the seal is broken, in the same means of transport or the container is opened. Foodstuffs must be accompanied by the original of the required documents or delivered for each part of an authenticated copy thereof.

(8). Removal for destruction can happen after prior denaturation. Destruction must take place under the supervision of the veterinary and Food Administration, food Department.

(9). Costs in connection with the destruction of foodstuffs in accordance with paragraph 3 and 8 is the responsibility of the importer.

section 29. Non-conformist foods shall at all times be accompanied by a CVED, see. However, paragraph 2. CVEDet must refer to the Customs document.

(2). Non-conformist foods that are removed from a skibsprovianterings company for export for consumption by people in ships engaged on international voyages outside of the trade area, however, must be accompanied by a certificate, see victualling. the model in annex 6, which shall be issued by the veterinary and Food Administration, food departments by the decrease. This is true even though the food is subsequently stored temporarily in a special approved victualling warehouse, see. section 28, paragraph 5.

(3). Non-conformist foods, which are transported directly from the border inspection post to a ship for the purpose of consumption by individuals in ships engaged on international voyages outside of the trade area, must be accompanied by both a CVED as a victualling certificate. Both certificates are issued at the border inspection post.

(4). Immediately after that a consignment non-conforming foodstuffs have been delivered aboard a ship, the master or his representative date and countersign the victualling certificate, see. paragraphs 2 and 3, which accompany the consignment, and returning the certificate to the Food Agency, countersigned the food Department, which has issued the certificate. The master counter-sign is not necessary if the certificate is already countersigned by a representative of the competent authority of the port where as victualling supplies takes place.

section 30. Means of transport and containers, which have been used for the transport or storage of food, provided for in this chapter shall be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected before they may be used again for the transport or storage of foods.

Chapter 7 transport of foodstuffs from third countries to third countries by means of transport as between lands in or visiting Denmark for the purpose of transhipment section 31. Means of transport with food transported from third countries to third countries may only between countries in or call at Denmark for the purpose of transhipment, if: 1) there is created a border inspection post, which is approved to control the food,


2) foodstuffs originating in and shipped from a third country or part of a third country, which has been approved by the EU in animal health goal, see. Annex 9-17 and annex 19-20 in this Ordinance. Meat products and dairy products must, however, also be subject to the EU statutory minimum treatment provided for in respect of the third country in question, see. Annex 13 annexes 15 and 3) food upon arrival in the EU is accompanied by it at any time by the EUROPEAN UNION provided for the certificate to be used for transit and storage.

(2). The person responsible for the transport shall inform the border veterinarian of the border inspection post in respect of the following: 1) the expected time of the party's reading, 2) country of destination, 3) accurate information about where the party finds itself, if it is not loaded directly onto a plane or ship to the country of destination, and 4) the expected time for the party loading on the aircraft or the ship with a third country destination.

(3). The notification referred to in paragraph 2 must be border veterinarian not later at the party's arrival in the border inspection post.

(4). Border veterinarian can, if there can be danger to public or animal health, carry out documentary checks of parties that trans-shipped either directly or after being unloaded in a maximum of 12 hours for seven days for shipping freight air freight, respectively.

(5). Border veterinarian shall carry out documentary checks of parties, as in the case of trans-shipment is unloaded for a longer period of time than indicated in paragraph 4. If there can be danger to public or animal health, carrying out border veterinarian identity and physical checks of these parties.

(6). Border veterinarian must complete the veterinary control of parties, as in the case of trans-shipment has been unloaded in over 48 hours for air freight, respectively, 20 days for shipping freight.

(7). This chapter does not concern the non-conformist food imported from third countries with a view to exports to consumption by people in ships engaged on international voyages outside the trading area. Such foods are subject to the provisions of Chapter 6.

Chapter 8 Return to section 32. Application for permit to fly food to veterinary checks for the purpose of re-entry from third countries must be carried out on a form conforming to the model in annex 7. The responsible party must ensure that all boxes on the form be completed as far as possible, before it is forwarded to the border veterinarian at the border inspection post of food desired reintroduced.

(2). Authorisation in accordance with paragraph 1 shall be granted on the basis of 1) an assessment of the animal health situation in the countries where the food has been transported or stored, 2) export certificate, which can be: a) the original of the export certificate, which accompanied the foodstuffs were exported, b) a of the third country authority certified copy thereof, or (c)) one of the food Department issuing certified copies thereof, 3) a statement of the third country authority with guarantee that the conditions governing the storage and transportation have been complied with, and in which it is clarified that the rejected foods have not been handled, see. However, paragraphs 3, 4) for authority rejected the parties a justification for refusal referred to in article 6. However, paragraph 3, and 5) by not sealed containers, a certificate from the hjemtransport undertaking that the content has not been handled or unloaded.

(3). (2). 3 and 4, shall not apply to the repatriation during transport, where the content has not been handled or unloaded.

section 33. The person responsible for food by the border veterinarian has allowed led to veterinary control under section 32 to the border inspection post at the Customs Office of entry send prior notification, see. section 13, paragraph 1. Prior notification must reach the border inspection post within the party's physical arrival in the EU area.

§ 34. Border veterinarian determines on the basis of the veterinary checks whether there can be given permission to return.

(2). Authorization is subject to the condition that the person responsible for the party opposite the border veterinarian presents evidence that the food Department, in the territory of which the destination is located, does not oppose that the foods stored.

(3). Border veterinarian shall determine the terms and conditions of the permission, including that the food be transported directly to destination without intermediate reloading in a means of transport or in a container, which is waterproof, identified and sealed by the border veterinarian in such a way that the seal is broken, as soon as the means of transport or container is opened.

(4). Border veterinarian can in special cases make the authorization to return subject to the condition that the person responsible for the party conducts a special return control of food at its destination and shall submit a report of food control Department made the return, in the territory of which the destination is located, and that the returned food must first be applied or transferred when the food Department has granted permission to do so.

(5). Food Agency sets conditions of the permission, including the presentation of evidence that made external disinfection of food packaging before dispatch from certain third countries. This terms apply specifically to third countries that have not been approved by the EU in animal health goal, if the animal health situation in the country poses a risk that the packaging can be contaminated with infectious substances, which is undesirable in Denmark. Disinfection must be carried out with disinfectant approved for the inactivation of viruses that cause serious livestock diseases, URf.eks. » foot-and-mouth disease, swine fever ' and ' bird flu '.

section 35. sections 32-34 shall apply also for returning to another trade country via Denmark. The documentation referred to in article 6. section 34 (2) must be obtained from the competent authority of the country in which the party sought trade restored.

(2). Permission to return to another trade country via Denmark is conditional on the owner of the lot have been ordered, to receive the country's competent authority has notified the border veterinarian in writing consent to reimportation.

(3). Returning from a third country to Denmark via another trade country of a party food should be made only after the prior consent of the Food Agency, the food Department, in whose territory the recipient undertaking is situated.

(4). Application for authorisation in accordance with paragraph 3 shall be carried out on a form conforming to the model in annex 7. The application shall be supplemented by an indication of the border inspection post at which the party sought was introduced. The responsible party must ensure that all boxes on the form be filled in before this communicated.

§ 36. Returning from a trading country to Denmark by a consignment of food, which is rejected by the authorities, may only be made after prior authorization by the food Department, in whose territory the recipient undertaking is situated.

(2). Application for permission to restore the food referred to in paragraph 1 shall be carried out on a form conforming to the model in annex 7. The responsible party must ensure that all boxes on the form be completed as far as possible, before it is forwarded to the Department by receiving food business operator.

(3). When the food Department has granted permission for the food is to be reinstated, the importer shall notify the party in advance of the food Department at the receive activity, as the party be reinstated. Prior notification shall be food Department not later than the last working day (Monday – Friday) prior to restoration and no later than 24 hours prior to the estimated time of arrival and shall indicate the expected arrival date and time.

(4). The responsible party must ensure that submitted a report made to return control of foodstuffs on the recipient undertaking. The report shall be sent to the food Department, where the recipient undertaking is situated.

(5). The food referred to in paragraph 1 may not be used or transferred before the food Department has given permission to do so.

(6). Returning from a trading country to Denmark by a party food which is commercially refused, must be carried out in accordance with the rules laid down in Chapter 10 of the Executive order on hygiene.

(7). If the return after this article happens to a company that is subject to meat inspection's control, the provisions of paragraphs 1-6 also apply. In these cases, contact happen to post-mortem inspection.

Chapter 9 Privates introduction section 37. People who include or receive food from other partner countries, as private importation, shall not be registered as an importer. Imports can take place without permission and without quantity limitation and is exempted from the provisions of Chapter 2, when the following conditions have been met, see. However, paragraphs 2 and 3:1) food imported into own baggage in connection with entry or in close association with entry or received as packages.

2) foodstuffs intended for their own use.

(2). Paragraph 1 shall not apply to partner countries which have imposed restrictions as a result of suspicion or certainty of risks to public or animal health.

(3). Private must without permission to introduce animal food from Iceland in the following quantities: 1) fish and fishery products: unlimited amount.

2) compound foods which meet the conditions laid down in article 6, paragraph 1 of the Commission decision 2007/275/EC of 17 May 2006. April 2007 concerning lists of animals and products must be subject to controls at border inspection posts under Council Directive 91/496/EEC and 97/78/EC: unlimited amount.


3) other animal foods than those referred to in (i); 1 and 2 mentioned: Quantity limitation of a maximum of 10 kg per person.

(4). Persons, which includes or receive food from third countries as private importation, shall not be registered as an importer. Imports can take place without permission, and importation is exempted from the provisions of Chapter 3, provided that 1) food comes from a third country or part of a third country, which has been approved by the EU in animal health goal, see. Annexes 14 and 16, as well as annex 18-20 of this notice, and from which imports are not prohibited on animal health grounds and 2) the provisions of Commission Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 206/2009 of 5. March 2009 concerning imports into the community of consignments of products of animal origin for personal consumption and amending Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 136/2004 are complied with.

(5). Privates imports of food products from third countries must not be from third countries which have introduced restrictions because of suspicion or certainty to exposures to public or animal health.

section 38. Privates imports of food of animal origin from the Faroe Islands or Greenland must happen as a simulcast to several people, and importation is exempted from the provisions of Chapter 3, provided that 1) foodstuffs originating in the Faroe Islands or Greenland, 2) samsendingen sent directly to one of the people, as evidenced by the in no. 3 list referred to 3) the consignment is accompanied by a list, of which the individual packages weight and content as well as the names and addresses of all the recipients of the shipment foods clearly, 4) each package is marked with the final recipient's name, 5) recipient of the samsendingen shall inform the veterinary and Food Administration, before each shipment arrival to Denmark. The orientation should take place after clarification from the Food Agency, 6) the shipment is divided into single packets on each: a) a maximum of 10 kg of meat and meat products, b) a maximum of 10 kg of milk and milk products, c) not more than 20 kg of fish products or a whole fish, if the weight of the fish exceeds 20 kg (for fish and fishery products from the Faroe Islands applies, however no quantitative restrictions), and (d) not more than 10 kg) other products of animal origin , URf.eks. honey, eggs and egg products as well as live bivalve molluscs), 7) the beneficiary shall supply intact single packages, see. Nr. 6, without prejudice to the final recipient. Nr. 3, 8) processing after importation only happens with the final recipient, 9) foodstuffs intended for the final recipient's own use, and 10) each receive a maximum of sheep in nr. 6 the said quantities of food.

(2). Imports of food of animal origin from the Faroe Islands or Greenland to private must be made through an association, and importation is exempted from the provisions of Chapter 3, provided that 1) foodstuffs originating in the Faroe Islands or Greenland, 2) the shipment is divided into single packets on each: a) a maximum of 5 kg of meat and meat products, b) a maximum of 5 kg of milk and milk products, c) not more than 5 kg fish products or a whole fish If the weight of the fish exceeds 5 kg (for fish and fishery products from the Faroe Islands applies, however no quantitative restrictions), and (d) not more than 5 kg) other products of animal origin, URf.eks. honey, eggs and egg products as well as live bivalve molluscs), 3) single packages are marked with the content, 4) Association for each shipment, and before the shipment arrives in Denmark, veterinary and Food Administration will inform about the shipment, and that it is for the Association's needs. The orientation shall include the shipment item types and quantities. The orientation should be done after details from the Food Agency, 5) the Association shall supply intact single packages, see. Nr. 2, to registered members of the Association, 6) the Association does not receive payment for the delivery, 7) processing after importation only happens with the final recipient, 8) foodstuffs intended for the final recipient's own use, 9) each Member receives the maximum per-use in nr. 2 the said quantities of food, 10) the Association before commencing the activity reviewed the food agency, the food Department, in whose territory the Association is located. The activity must then be notified once a year each on 15. January, 11) the Association continuously keeps a register of the quantities for each imported consignment is conveyed to each Member. The register shall be designed in accordance with detailed instructions from the Food Agency, 12) Association on request present it in (i); 11 the said register and 13) Association for each quarter shall transmit the registration after nr. 11 to the Food Agency, the food Department, in whose territory the Association is located. Notification must be made within the 10. in the following month.

(3). Imports of non-conformist animal foods from the Faroe Islands or Greenland to patients on Faroese or Greenlandic patient home must be made only after the prior consent of the Food Agency, the food Department, in whose territory the patient home is located. The authorization will be limited in force for one year under conditions that are adapted to the specific application. There will, as a minimum, be asked to 1) food originating in the Faroe Islands or Greenland, 2) patient home has a kitchen that is approved by the veterinary and Food Administration, 3) each consignment is accompanied by a), a declaration from the Faroese or Greenlandic food authorities whether that food is produced on a domestic establishment approved on Faroe Islands or Greenland, or b) a hygienic attestation issued by the Faroese respectively Greenlandic food authorities , as the attestation of hygiene design in advance is agreed between the Food Agency and the Faroese respectively Greenlandic food authorities, 4) food enters through a Danish border inspection post is approved for the food, 5) food shall be subjected to documentary and identity checks at the border inspection post, 6) patient home to the border inspection post at the Customs Office of entry sends a prior notification, in accordance with detailed indications from the Food Agency, 7) food is transferred directly and without transhipment from the border inspection post to that patient's home in a means of transport or container sealed by the border veterinarian. Seals may only be removed by the veterinary and Food Administration, food departments. The seal may be broken in exceptional cases by patient home after prior arrangement with the Food Agency, the food Department, 8) foodstuffs are used exclusively in patients ' homes and not be put into circulation or dispensed from here, 9) packaging and remnants of food shall be destroyed by incineration, 10) articles which have come into contact with foodstuffs, as well as their surroundings thoroughly cleaned and disinfected, and 11) patient's homes in advance has established specific procedures for receiving , storage and handling of food as well as for disposal of packaging and remnants of food.

§ 39. Foods to be imported in accordance with section 37 and section 38 (1) and (2) may be taken for veterinary control.

(2). Foods that have been imported in contravention of section 37 or section 38 or with Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 206/2009, and which must be destroyed in accordance with article 6, paragraph 1, must be destroyed in accordance with the provisions of § 20.

(3). Costs in connection with the seizure and destruction of foodstuffs is the responsibility of the importing food.

(4). Providers of international passenger services, as well as airports and ports to be on a visible place for customers, respectively passengers hang posters, which informs about the content of Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 206/2009 and which can be obtained from the food agency, the food departments. Food Agency, the food the Chambers may set conditions for the hanging, including the period during which the posters to be hung.

Chapter 10 samples, etc.

§ 40. Imports of foods originating in the other partner countries, as a sample for analysis, use for viewing at exhibitions and use of embassies in Denmark may, notwithstanding that the recipient is not registered and the food not health or identification tagged, be done without permission and without quantitative restrictions, without prejudice. However, paragraph 2.

(2). Paragraph 1 shall not apply to partner countries which have imposed restrictions as a result of suspicion or certainty to exposures to public or animal health.

§ 41. Imports of food products from third countries as a sample for analysis, use for viewing at exhibitions and use of embassies in Denmark must be made only after the prior consent of the Food Agency, the food Department, in whose territory the company which receives the item sample is located. Permission may be given notwithstanding that the recipient is not registered and the food not health or identification-labelled.

(2). The authorization is subject to the condition that the person responsible for the party can demonstrate that the food in question, except for honey, which can freely be imported as samples from all third countries, 1) originate in third countries or parts of third countries, which are approved by the EU in animal health goal, see. Annex 9-17 and annex 19-20 in this order, 2) originating in Greenland or the Faroe Islands, or 3) have undergone a heat treatment in a hermetically sealed container to an F0 value of 3.00 (preserved).

(3). Samples from third countries can be taken for veterinary control.

(4). Permission for importation from a third country of goods samples originating in a trading country is subject to the condition that the person responsible for the party can demonstrate the origin of the party, and that such foods be introduced


1) from a third country which has been approved by the EU in animal health goal, see. Annex 9-17 and annex 19-20 in this notice, or 2) from Greenland or the Faroe Islands.

(5). Authorisation in accordance with paragraph 1 shall not be granted for food from third countries, which have introduced restrictions because of suspicion or certainty to exposures to public or animal health.

(6). Authorisation in accordance with paragraph 1 and 4 shall be granted on the following conditions: 1) Product sample to be transferred directly to the place of destination as specified in the authorisation and shall be used solely for the stated purpose and will not be put into circulation or dispensed, since the distribution of samples on the spot, however, is allowed, 2) packaging and those parts of the item sample, which are not used in the analysis must be returned or destroyed pursuant to section 19 (4) and (5) respectively § 19, paragraphs 7 and 8, and 3) objects, which have been in contact with the product sample, and their surroundings should be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected.

(7). When applying for the importation of food products originating in third countries or parts of third countries which are not approved by the EU in animal health goal or not originating in Greenland or the Faroe Islands, is permission conditional on Food Administration assessment of the animal health situation of the third country concerned.

(8). Importation into Denmark of the samples referred to in paragraph 1 from another country can trade happen after prior consent of the Food Agency, the food Department, in whose territory the company which receives the item sample is located. The owner of the trade test, together with the application to the Food Agency, the food Department in writing declare themselves responsible for the in paragraph 6, nr. 1-3 listed conditions are complied with.

(9). Paragraphs 1 to 6 shall also apply to the samples referred to in paragraph 1, imported to Denmark from another trading country.

Chapter 11 Veterinary appointment of customs warehouses, etc.

§ 42. Companies, which are used as storage in a customs warehouse, free zone, skibsprovianterings company and specifically authorised victualling warehouses must be designated by the veterinary and Food Administration, Central, before there must be stored non-conformist foods. The veterinary appointment includes only the foods covered by Customs authorization.

(2). Request for designation in accordance with paragraph 1 shall be sent to the Food Agency, the food Department at a schema, see. the model set out in annex 8. The request must be accompanied by a copy of the authorization from the TAX.

(3). The request must be accompanied by evidence that there is a room of adequate size at the disposal of the staff responsible for carrying out veterinary checks. The room must be reserved for this staff.

(4). Warehouses in free zones, customs warehouses and skibsprovianterings establishments shall be appointed on the new regulation. (1) if they undergo major structural changes.

section 43. Owners of the article 42, paragraph 1, companies must ensure that room, as set out in section 42, paragraph 3, as a minimum, contain: 1) a telephone, 2) a fax, 3) a computer for the reception and sending of messages, the TRACES and 4) other appropriate office facilities.

(2). Warehouses in free zones, customs warehouses and skibsprovianterings companies, who shall be appointed by the Food Agency, the food Department for storage of non-conformist foods must have separate storage rooms are reserved for non-conformist foods.

(3). Owners of companies, who is appointed under section 42, paragraph 1 shall keep a daily register of food products to or removed from inventory. The register, which must be kept in the warehouse for at least 5 years, shall as a minimum contain the following information: 1) For food that is introduced into the warehouse: (a)) date of food supply to the store, b), c) food art food quantity in kg/litre, d), (e) the country of origin of the border inspection post of entry), and f) serial number of the CVED accompanying the food at the warehouse.

2) For foods that are removed from the warehouse: (a)) date of removal from store of food, food art, b) c) food quantity in kg/litre, and d) serial number of the CVED or victualling certificate accompanying the food from the store.

3) For foods that are removed from the warehouse for export to a third country, also the name of the country of destination and border inspection post of exit.

4) For foods that are removed from the warehouse for the purpose of transferring to a skibsprovianterings company, moreover, the reference number and the name and address of the skibsprovianterings company.

5) For foods that are removed from the warehouse for export for consumption by persons on ships engaged on international voyages outside of the trade area, also the name of the destination vessel.

6) For foods that are removed from the warehouse for the purpose of destruction, as well as the name and address of the rendering or incineration facility.

§ 44. Food agency may amend or withdraw the designation of warehouses in free zones, customs warehouses, skibsprovianterings companies and specifically authorised victualling warehouses, if the store or the owner of the store does not meet the conditions set out in this chapter.

Chapter 12 Sealing section 45. The competent authority's sealing of transport vehicles or batches of foodstuffs may only be broken by the same or another competent authority.

(2). Paragraph 1 shall not apply to the parties, which, after the veterinary checks carried out by the trade sector, including for consumption by people in ships engaged on international voyages outside the trading area.

Chapter 13 derogations transitional and section 46. Gelatin, which is made before the 1. June 2000, and which is not accompanied by the prescribed document, referred to in annex 4 shall be accompanied by a declaration signed by the competent authority of the country of origin, of which the origin and date of manufacture is evident.

(2). Collagen manufactured before 31 December 2001. December 2003, and which is not accompanied by the prescribed document, referred to in annex 4 shall be accompanied by a declaration signed by the competent authority of the country of origin, of which the origin and date of manufacture is evident.

§ 47. Until 15. August 2012 is the importation of the following foods are allowed, even though third country residue plans are no longer accepted by the EU regulation. Article 2 of the Commission implementing decision of 11. June 2012 amending Decision 2011/163/EC on the approval of plans submitted by third countries in accordance with article 29 of Council Directive 96/23/EC: 1) aquaculture products from Hong Kong, 2) aquaculture products from Jamaica, 3) meat of farmed cloven-hoofed game, excluding wild swine, from Namibia, 4) meat of farmed ratites (demands for additional guarantees) from Namibia, 5) meat products and treated stomachs , bladders and intestines of farmed game birds (specific heat treatment code "D") from Namibia, 6) meat products and treated stomachs, bladders and intestines of farmed ratites (specific heat treatment code ' A ') from Namibia, 7) meat products and treated stomachs, bladders and intestines of domestic poultry (specific heat treatment code "D") from Hong Kong, 8) treated stomachs, bladders and intestines from farmed ratites (specific heat treatment code "D") from Hong Kong, and 9) Pasteurized meat products and biltong/jerky ' farmed ' cloven-hoofed game Apart from wild boar, (specific heat treatment code E) from Namibia.

(2). Paragraph 1 shall apply only to food products for which the accompanying certificates certifying that the concerned parties have been consigned to the EU no later than 30 June. June 2012.

section 48. Food agency may exempt from the following provisions: 1) § 9, paragraph 1, so that the parties are ordered to be destroyed within a prescribed time frame due to the detection of zoonotic pathogens may be heat-treated in an approved establishment by which pathogens in the product are inactivated.

2) article 20, paragraph 1, so that the parties are ordered to be destroyed within a prescribed time frame due to the detection of zoonotic pathogens may be heat-treated in an approved establishment, so that pathogenic agents in the product are inactivated.

3) section 40 (2), so that a sample can be admitted to the analysis, regardless of the item sample originates in a country with trade restrictions.

4) section 41, paragraph 5, so that a sample can be admitted to the analysis, regardless of the item sample originates in a third country with restrictions.

(2). Food Agency, the food Chambers can dispense with the following provisions: 1) § 8, paragraph 3, so that a party that is ordered returned or destroyed within a set time limit, may be heat-treated in an approved establishment, whereby the products in the party is brought to meet applicable regulations.

2) section 13, paragraph 2, so that the information can be done in English.

3) § 15, so that ports and airports may choose not to submit lists of ships or aircraft estimated time of arrival at the border inspection post, provided that the information is available for border checks in electronic form.

4) section 19, paragraph 2, so that the party ordered returned or destroyed within a set time limit, may be heat-treated in an approved establishment, whereby the products in the party is brought to meet applicable regulations.

5) section 28 (7) so that non-compliant foods that are removed from the skibsprovianterings companies, not must be transported in: a) watertight means of transport if that alone is talking about packaged foods that are safe from leakage, or


b) sealed means of transport if the non-conformist food pallet must be sealed with the official seal before being transferred from the skibsprovianterings company, and pallet seal first broken on arrival at the ship.

6) section 32, paragraph 2, no. 3, so that the Declaration may be replaced by a general statement from the competent authority of the third country on that store, where the party has been stored, approved and supervised by the authority of the third country concerned.

7) section 38, paragraph 3, nr. 7, so that the border veterinarian can authorize temporary storage of food intended for Faroese or Greenlandic patient home before transportation to these patients ' home.

Chapter 14 criminal and commencement provisions, etc.

§ 49. With fine punished anyone who: 1) violates sections 3-6, § 8, paragraph 5-7, section 9, paragraph 4, article 10, article 11, paragraph 1, paragraph 2, 1st paragraph (4) or (6), § 12, § 13, § § 14-16, article 17, paragraphs 2 to 4, article 19, paragraphs 5 to 8, section 20, paragraph 4, article 21, article 22, article 23, paragraphs 2 to 4, § 24, § 25, § 26 (1), (2), paragraphs 4 to 6, 8 or 9, section 27 (1), (2) or paragraph 5-8 , § 28, paragraphs 1 to 8, section 29, article 30, article 31, paragraphs 1 to 3, article 32, paragraph 1, article 33, article 35, article 36, paragraphs 1 to 6, article 37, paragraph 1 or paragraph 3-5, article 38, paragraphs 1-3, § 39, paragraph 2 or 4, § 41, paragraph 1, article 42, article 43, article 45, paragraph 1, section 46, or section 47, 2) fails to comply with decisions or orders under section 8, paragraph 1 or 3, § 9, paragraph 1, article 11, paragraph 2 2. paragraph, article 19, paragraphs 1-3, section 20, paragraph 1, 2 or 7, § 34, paragraph 1, or 3) overrides the conditions laid down pursuant to: § 8, paragraph 4, article 9, paragraph 3, article 19, paragraph 4, article 20, paragraph 3 or 4, § 27, paragraph 3, article 34, paragraph 3, 4 or 5, § 39, paragraph 4, 2nd paragraph, or section 41, paragraph 6.

(2). The penalty can rise to imprisonment for up to 2 years if the infringement was committed intentionally or with gross negligence, and if the infringement is 1) caused damage to the health or caused danger for doing so, or 2) achieved or intentional obtained a financial benefit for the person himself or others, including savings.

(3). That can be imposed on companies, etc. (legal persons) criminal liability in accordance with the provisions of the criminal code 5. Chapter.

§ 50. Unless a higher penalty is inflicted upon the rest of the law is punishable by a fine anyone who violates the following rules of Commission Regulation (EC) No 999/2001 of 22. May 2001 laying down rules for the prevention, control and eradication of certain transmissible spongiform encephalopathies: 1) article 16, paragraph 2-3 and 5-6, 2) article 17, paragraph 2, or 3) article 18.

§ 51. Unless a higher penalty is inflicted upon the rest of the law is punishable by a fine anyone who violates the following rules of Commission Regulation (EC) No 136/2004 of 22. January 2004 laying down procedures for the EC border inspection post of the veterinary checks on products from third countries: 1) article 1-5, 2), or article 8 3) article 10.

§ 52. Unless a higher penalty is inflicted upon the rest of the law is punishable by a fine anyone who violates article 6 of Commission Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 2074/2005 of 5. December 2005 laying down implementing rules in respect of certain products in accordance with European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 853/2004 and concerning official controls in accordance with European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 854/2004 and (EC) No 1782/2003. 882/2004 derogating from European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 852/2004 and amending Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 853/2004 and (EC) No 1782/2003. 854/2004.

§ 53. Unless a higher penalty is inflicted upon the rest of the law is punishable by a fine anyone who violates the following rules of Commission Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 798/2008 of 8. August 2008 laying down a list of third countries, territories, zones or compartments from which poultry and poultry products may be imported into and transit through the community, is sent in and requirements for veterinary certification: 1) article 4, paragraph 1, 2 or 4) article 5, paragraph 1 or 3, or 3) article 17.

§ 54. Unless a higher penalty is inflicted upon the rest of the law is punishable by a fine anyone who violates the following rules of Commission Regulation (EC) No 1251/2008 of 12. December 2008 implementing Council Directive 2006/88/EC as regards the conditions and issuance of certification for circulation and imports into the community of aquaculture animals and products thereof, and on the establishment of a list of vector species: 1) article 12 (1) and (2), 2) article 14, paragraphs 1 to 3, 3) article 15, paragraphs 1 to 3, 4 and 5 of article 16), article 18).

§ 55. Unless a higher penalty is inflicted upon the rest of the law is punishable by a fine anyone who violates the following rules of Commission Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 119/2009 of 9. February 2009 on a list of third countries or parts of third countries for the purpose of import into or transit through the community of meat of wild leporidae, of certain wild land mammals and of farmed rabbits and on requirements for the issuance of veterinary certificates: 1) article 3, article 4 or 2).

section 56. Unless a higher penalty is inflicted upon the rest of the law is punishable by a fine anyone who violates the following rules of Commission Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 206/2009 of 5. March 2009 concerning imports into the community of consignments of products of animal origin for personal consumption and amending Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 136/2004:1) article 2, 2) article 3, paragraph 2, or 3) article 4.

§ 57. Unless a higher penalty is inflicted upon the rest of the law is punishable by a fine anyone who violates the following rules of Commission Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 206/2010 of 12. March 2010 laying down lists of third countries, territories or parts thereof, which is approved with regard to imports of certain animals and fresh meat to the EUROPEAN UNION, and requirements relating to the veterinary certificates: 1) article 14-16.

§ 58. Unless a higher penalty is inflicted upon the rest of the law is punishable by a fine anyone who violates the following rules of Commission Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 605/2010 of 2. July 2010 on animal and public health conditions and veterinary certificates for raw milk and dairy products intended for human consumption, entering in The European Union: article 2-6), 1 or 2) of article 8.

section 59. Unless a higher penalty is inflicted upon the rest of the law is punishable by a fine anyone who violates the following rules of Commission Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 28/2012 of 11. January 2012 on setting requirements for the issuance of certificates for the importation into and transit through the Union of certain composite products and amending Decision 2007/275/EC and Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 1162/2009:1) article 3, article 4 or 2).

(2). Unless a higher penalty is inflicted upon the rest of the law is punishable by a fine the conditions laid down in that overrides the application of article 4 of the regulation referred to in paragraph 1.

section 60. The notice shall enter into force on the 1. July 2012.

(2). At the same time repealed Executive Order No. 224 of 7. March 2012 on veterinary checks on imports of food of animal origin and on penalties for violation of various EU acts.

Food Agency, 27. June 2012 Annelise F/Erik Engelst



Annex 1 part in foods subject to the notice







1.





Food of animal origin included in annex I to Commission decision 2007/275/EC concerning lists of animals and products must be subject to controls at border inspection posts under Council Directive 91/496/EEC and 97/78/EC, as amended by Commission implementing decision 2012/31/EU of 21. December 2011.







2.





Compound foods containing processed meat products.







3.





Compound foods containing at least half consists of a processed product of animal origin which are not a processed meat product.







4.





Compound foods containing no meat, and if content for less than half consists of processed milk products, provided the final food does not comply with the requirements of part II, nr. 2.





 



 



 



 



Part II





 

 



 



Foods that are not covered by the notice





 





1.





Fresh fishery products not prepared fishery products, except for cleaning and heading, which landed directly from a fishing vessel flying the flag of a third country.







2.






Compound foods which do not contain meat, and if content for less than half consists of one or more other processed food products, provided that:





 



(a))





are durable at ambient temperature or clearly as part of the manufacturing process have been boiled, fried or heat-treated with a complete Cook, so all ingredients has been denatured,





 



(b))





are clearly marked as being intended for human consumption,





 



(c))





are securely packaged or sealed in clean containers, and





 



(d))





accompanied by a commercial document and is marked on an official Member State languages, so that the document and the label taken together give information on the nature, the amount and the number of packages of the compound foodstuff, the country of origin, manufacturer and ingredient.







3.





Composite foods or foods covered by Annex II to Commission decision 2007/275/EC.













Annex 2 list of Danish border inspection posts authorised to control food border inspection post





Nr.





Inspection center





Food category





Address, Tel. and fax







Copenhagen Airport





DK CPH 4





WFS





HC (2)





The coastal road 16, 2770 Kastrup

Tel. 32 46 000 99/72 27 64 50

Fax 32 45 19 91/72 27 64 51







Copenhagen Harbour





DK CPH 1



 



HC (1)





Glückstadsvej 8, 2100 Copenhagen Ø

Tel. 32 46 000 99/72 27 64 50

Fax 32 45 19 91/72 27 64 51







Fredericia Havn





DK FRC 1



 



HC (1) (2)





Center Harbor 23, 7000 Fredericia

Tel. 72 27 55 000

Fax 72 27 55 03







Esbjerg Havn





DK EBJ 1



 



HC-T (FR) (1) (2)

HC-NT (4)





Trafikhavnskaj 19, 6700 Esbjerg

Tel. 72 27 55 000

Fax 72 27 56 02







Port Of Aarhus





DK-YEAR 1



 



HC (1) (2)





Østhavnsvej 31,

8000 Århus C

Phone: + 45 86 13 11 33

Fax 86 13 10 40







Aalborg Havn (The Greenland Port)





DK AAL 1a



 



HC-T (FR) (1) (2)





Small depths 8,

9220 Aalborg Ø

Tel. 72 27 50 000

Fax 72 27 50 04







Aalborg, Denmark (Greenland)





DK AAL 1b



 



HC (2)





Langerak,

9220 Aalborg Ø

Tel. 72 27 50 000

Fax 72 27 50 04







Hirtshals Harbour





DK HIR 1



 



HC-T (FR) (1) (2)





Herring Quay 6,

9850 Hirtshals

Tel. 72 27 50 000

Fax 72 27 50 04







Skagen Havn





DK SKA 1



 



HC-T (FR) (1) (2) (3)





Coaster Quay,

9990 Skagen

Tel. 72 27 50 000

Fax 72 27 50 04







Hanstholm Harbour





DK HE 1



 



HC-T (FR) (1) (3)





Auction Street 39,

7730 Hanstholm

Tel. 72 27 50 000

Fax 72 27 50 04





 





HC:





Animal foods, frozen, chilled and durable at room temperature.







HC-T:





Only animal food products under temperature control.







HC-T (FR):





Only frozen food of animal origin







(1):





Inspection of fish and fish products for human consumption, may be carried out by specially designated public figures.







(2):





Only packaged foods.







(3):





Only fish and fishery products.







(4):





Only fish oil intended for human consumption.













Annex 3 Frequencies of veterinary checks of imported parts in the Document control.





100%







II. Identity Verification





100%







III. Physical check:





See below







(A)

ALL THIRD COUNTRIES EXCEPT CANADA, CHILE AND NEW ZEALAND







1. the meat of bovine animals, swine, sheep, goats and solipeds which are suitable for:





20%







2. Meat of bovine animals, swine, sheep, goats and solipeds which are suitable for:





20%








3. Fresh fish, frozen fish and fish products in hermetically sealed containers which makes them stable at ambient temperatures, as well as dried or salted fish products:





20%







4.





Hele æg:





100%







5.













Lard:





20%







Rendered fats:





100%















6.





Stomachs, bladders and intestines:





20%







7. Poultry meat and poultry meat products:





50%







8. Rabbit meat, game meat (wild/farmed) and products thereof:





50%







9. Milk and milk products:





50%







10.





Ægprodukter:





100%







11. Processed animal protein:





100%







12.





Other fish and fishery products than those under nr. 3 mentioned, and bivalve molluscs, echinoderms, tunicates and marine snails:





50%







13.





Honning:





50%







14. Gelatine and collagen:





10%







15. Frogs ' legs and nails:





100%







(B)

Canada







1. Fish and fishery products, including bivalve molluscs, echinoderms, tunicates and marine snails:





15%







2. Other animal foods:





10%







Chile







1. Meat and meat products of bovine animals, swine, sheep, goats and solipeds which are suitable for:





20%







2. Fresh fish, frozen fish and fish products in hermetically sealed containers which makes them stable at ambient temperatures, as well as dried and/or salted fishery products:





20%







3.





Whole eggs:





20%







4. Lard and rendered fats:





20%







5.





Dyretarme:





20%







6. Poultry meat and poultry meat products:





50%







7. Rabbit, game meat (wild/farmed) and products thereof:





50%







8. Milk and milk products:





50%







9.





Ægprodukter:





50%







10. Processed animal protein:





50%







11. fishery products Other than those referred to in no. 2, and bivalve molluscs, echinoderms, tunicates and marine snails:





50%







12.





Honning:





50%







13.





Frølår og snegle:





Min. 1% max 10%







New Zealand







1. All animal foods:





2%













Annex 4 the import conditions for harmonized food from third countries GENERALLY







This annex lays down the specific conditions, in addition to the General conditions in particular. Article 11 of European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 178/2002 laying down the General principles and requirements of food law, establishing the European food safety authority and laying down procedures relating to food safety, apply to imports released for free circulation, of harmonised food from third countries.





 





Accompanying documents







Foods must be accompanied by the prescribed document at any time by the EUROPEAN UNION.


In addition to the General requirements for accompanying document of Council Directive 2002/99/EC laying down the animal health rules governing the production, processing, distribution and introduction of products of animal origin for human consumption, without prejudice to article 9. Annex IV and European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 853/2004 laying down specific hygiene rules for food of animal origin, article 6 of the basic regulation. European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 854/2004 laying down specific rules for the organisation of official controls of products of animal origin for human consumption, without prejudice to article 14. Annex VI, they must at all times by the EU provided specific requirements for accompanying documents, including health certificates, met.

Aquaculture animals and products thereof, shall also be accompanied by an animal health certificate in accordance with the Council Directive 2006/88/EC laying down the animal health requirements for aquaculture animals and products thereof, and on the prevention and control of certain diseases in aquatic animals.





 





Approved origin







Foods covered by this notice may only be imported from third countries, approved establishments referred to in article 6. Article 6 of regulation 853/2004. Approved third countries emerges from the third country lists in annex 9-20.

Gelatine and collagen from all approved animal species referred to in article 6. Annex III, title XIV, chapter I, point 1. 1 of Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 853/2004, must come from approved establishments in Malaysia, Pakistan, South Korea and Taiwan as well as third countries listed in annex 9.

Dairy products that are included in the compound foods listed in annex 1, part II, nr. 2 and 3, must come from third countries appearing in annex 15 and from which imports are permitted.





 





General animal health rules







Food of animal origin may be imported for free circulation, if they come from the production, processing and distribution, which comply with the following provisions, or if the equivalent animal health guarantees:







1)





Food business operators must ensure that there is no spread of diseases transmissible to animals in all stages of production, processing and distribution of food of animal origin.







2)





Food of animal origin must be obtained from animals which satisfy the animal health conditions laid down in the relevant Community rules.







3)





Food of animal origin must be obtained from animals:





 



(a))





coming from a farm, a business, an area or part of a territory, which are not subject to animal health restrictions for those animals and food, as determined in accordance with Annex i of Directive 2002/99/EC mentioned provisions.





 



(b))





that, as regards meat, and foods derived from it, does not come from animals which have been slaughtered in a slaughterhouse, where at the time of slaughter or during the production process were found animals infected with or suspected of being infected with one of the diseases covered in Annex i of Directive 2002/99/EC listed provisions, or carcasses or parts thereof of such animals unless this suspicion has been eliminated.





 



(c))





There, in the case of aquaculture animals and products, comply with the provisions of Directive 2006/88/EC.







Importation for free circulation of aquaculture products which do not comply with the conditions laid down in point 2. 1-3, is possible if they fulfil the conditions laid down in Directive 2006/88/EC.





 





Humane killing







Meat of bovine animals, swine, sheep, goats, equidae and poultry kept as livestock and farmed rabbits and farmed game meat, including meat of farmed ratites, may be imported only if the accompanying health certificate is provided with an attestation to the effect that the meat comes from animals that have been slaughtered under conditions ensuring at least the same humane treatment as laid down in Council Directive 93/119/EC on the protection of animals at the time of slaughter or killing.





 





The categorization of third countries according to their BSE risk, see. Commission decision 2007/453/EC laying down the BSE status of Member States or third countries or their regions according to their BSE risk







Countries with a negligible BSE risk:





 



Argentina





 



Australia





 



Chile





 



India





 



New Zealand





 



Panama





 



Paraguay





 



Peru





 



Singapore





 



Uruguay







Countries with a controlled BSE risk:





 



Brazil





 



Canada





 



Colombia





 



Japan





 



Mexico





 



South Korea





 



Taiwan





 



United States







Countries with an undetermined BSE risk:





 



Third countries other than those referred to above.





 





ENZYMES OF ANIMAL ORIGIN







Fully purified enzyme of animal origin may be imported from third countries. The enzyme must be accompanied by documentation which shows that the enzyme is fully purified.





 





AQUACULTURE ANIMALS AND AQUACULTURE PRODUCTS







Importation and transit of aquaculture animals and products intended for human consumption must be carried out in accordance with the provisions of Directive 2006/88/EC and Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 1251/2008.













Annex 5 the import requirements applicable to non-harmonized food from third countries GENERALLY







If there is no specified import conditions for a food, must import only occur after prior permission of the veterinary and Food Administration. Application must be forwarded through the food section, in the territory of which the importer is located. The food must not samhandles to other trading countries.







MEAT







Meat of marine mammals from Greenland








Meat of marine mammals from Greenland may be imported only if the meat comes from animals which have been treated at one of the food agency approved wild game processing houses. The meat must be accompanied by a certificate, certified by the competent authority (veterinary and Food Administration, Food Department Aalborg). The certificate shall contain the information contained in the health or identification mark for the item, as well as for frozen meat, a clear indication of month and year for refrigeration. It must be certified in the certificate that the exporting company is in compliance with the conditions for authorisation. The meat must not samhandles to other trading countries, unless the exporter submits a declaration for veterinary and Food Administration, food departments from the veterinary authorities in the Member State concerned with a confirmation of receipt.







Meat from crocodiles







Fresh, chilled, frozen and deep-frozen meat including farmed crocodiles from third countries may be imported under the following conditions:







The meat must undergo veterinary border control on arrival in Denmark.







The meat must not samhandles to other EU-countries, Norway or Andorra, unless the exporter submits a declaration for veterinary and Food Administration, food departments from the veterinary authorities in the Member State concerned with a confirmation of receipt.







The flesh shall on importation be accompanied by a health certificate issued by the competent authorities of the country of origin and signed by an official veterinarian, stating the following information appears:







1)





The country of origin of the animals.







2)





One of the EUROPEAN UNION provided certification for humane slaughter.







3)





The meat comes from animals from breeding under official veterinary supervision.







4)





The animals are slaughtered and processed in establishments, which are authorized by the competent authorities and under their supervision.







5)





The animals have been subjected to ante-mortem and post-mortem veterinary inspection, whereby the animals healthy and meat has been found fit for human consumption.







6)





The meat has been inspected and found free from Trichinella or have been freezing treated to ensure killing of any trichinae in accordance with the conditions laid down in annex I, chapter IX, point (C) of regulation 854/2004.







7)





The meat has been freezing treated to ensure killing of any tapeworms (Spiro metra erinacei) (min.-10  C in 24 hours).







8)





The meat has been examined and found free of salmonella. To be in the technique takes into account the possibility of detection of Salmonella Subgroup III with slow lactose fermentation by complementary use of Bismuth Sulphite Agar.













Annex 6 Model of victualling certificate Certificate number:



 





Seal number:



 





Responsible authority:



 



 

 





1.





Food origin (stock or border inspection post, from which the food is shipped)





 



Address and reference number of the store where the food was originally stored in the EUROPEAN UNION/the border inspection post where the food was shipped:



 



 

 





2. Food destination





 



The ship's name:



 



 



Port where the ship is planning to:



 



 



Port and reference number of the specific approved inventory (if such is to be used):



 



 

 





3. Information on the shipped food (continue possibly description in an annex)





 



Date of submission: food



 



 



Product type:





Country of origin:





 



Number of packages:





Gross weight:





 



Net weight:





Entry no. on CVEDet:





 



Plombenr.:





Means of transport:





 

 





4.





Attestation





 



I, the undersigned official veterinarian, certify that the above-described food may be dispatched to the said ship or warehouse in accordance with article 13, paragraph 2 (a) of Directive 97/78/EC.





 

 

 



 



Done at:





, the:





 

 



(place)



 



(date)





 

 

 



 



Stamp (2)



 



 

 



(signature of the official veterinarian) (2)





 

 

 



 

 



(name in capital letters, function and title)





 

 

 





5. Confirmation of the arrival of food





 



I confirm that the foods, as specified under point 3, are received on the ship, which is described in more detail under point 2.





 

 

 



 



Done at:





, the:





 

 



(place)



 



(date)





 

 

 



 



Stamp (2)



 



 

 



(the competent authority/master's signature) (1) (2)





 


 

 



 

 



(name in block capitals and capacity)





 

 

 



 



(1)

(2)





Delete where not applicable.

The signature and the stamp must be in a different color than the one with which the document is printed.













Annex 7-application form for return of foods, the undersigned:







Name:

Address:

Post Code: City:





Tel.: Fax:

Autorisationsnr./registreringsnr.:







the applicant hereby for permission to fly below specified animal foods to be returned to Denmark,













for veterinary checks (returning from third countries):













to receive company (return from trading land):





 





Returned food from third countries must be carried out at the border inspection post in:





 





Party specification:







The nature of the product:

The item's processing degree:

Number of packages

The party's weight

Goods labelling, including health or identification marks and lot-number:

Number of units per lot-number:

The physical condition upon return: (temperature, packaging, sealing)





 





The item's origin and destination:







Country of origin:

Bounce country/Product is home taken during transport to1):

Export certificate number:

The item returned in container nr. 2):

The container is equipped with seal no. 2):

Expected arrival date and klokkeslæt2):

The item should be allocated to the following inventory:

Causes of returneringen3):





 





Where is the party rejected:





 



 





Firmastempel





Dato





Signature





 



Name in block letters





 





1)





Not applicable FRY.







2)





Be completed as far as possible.







3)





The person responsible for the consignment in this field should describe the reasons for the return (URf.eks. detection of Listeria monocytogenes, found levels of heavy metals, a tagging error, inadequate storage life, problems with storage temperature, commercial technical problems).













Annex 8 Schedule for veterinary appointment of companies such as storage in a customs warehouse, free zone, skibsprovianterings companies and specifically authorised victualling stores Signed hereby requests that the following inventory:







Name:







Address:







EVS. authorization or registering.







Post code.:





City:







Tel. nr.





Fax nr.





 

 





appointed by the Food Agency which:





 

 

 



 









Storage in a free zone



 



 









Customs warehouse



 

 



 









Skibsprovianterings company



 

 



 









Specially approved victualling warehouse



 

 



 

 

 

 

 





for the storage of non-conformist food pursuant to section 42 of the Ordinance on veterinary checks on imports of food of animal origin, for the storage of the checked product categories on the back.





 





Check also whether in the case of packaged foods, and whether it is food, which can be stored at normal room temperature or which must be kept on ice or frost.





 



 

 

 

 

 



 



Date



 



Signature



 



 

 

 

 

 





Transmitted to the food Department in the place where the store is located





 





Reserved for the Food Agency, the food Chambers







It is hereby confirmed that the store is licensed/registered (not applicable) for storage of the checked product categories below. Layer meets the line with interior design requirements in § 43, paragraphs 1-3, in this order.





 

 

 

 

 



 



Date



 



Signature



 



 

 

 

 

 





Transmitted to the Food Agency





 



 





Product category





Only packaged foods





Without temperature requirements





Cooling products





Frozen food







Meat and meat products



 

 

 

 





Stomachs, bladders and intestines



 

 

 

 





Frogs ' legs and nails



 

 

 


 





Milk and milk products



 

 

 

 





Eggs and heat treated egg products



 

 

 

 





Honey and Royal Jelly Royal



 

 

 

 





Fish and fishery products in any form, however, with the exception of bivalve molluscs, echinoderms, tunicates and marine snails in any form, as well as fish oil



 

 

 

 





Bivalve molluscs, echinoderms, tunicates and marine snails in any form



 

 

 

 





Fish oil



 

 

 

 











Annex 9-country list-fresh meat, minced meat, meat preparations and mechanically separated meat of livestock ISO country code





Third country





Cattle Inc. Buffalo and bison





Ovine and caprine animals





Pigs





Equidae *





Special remarks





The ISO country code







AR-0





Argentina





-





-





-





+





(1)





AR-0







AR-1





Argentina





+





-





-





-





(1) (2) (3) (SG)





AR-1







AR-2





Argentina





+





+





-





-





(1) (3)





AR-2







AR-3





Argentina





+





-





-





-





(1) (2) (3) (SG)





AR-3







AR-4





Argentina





+





+





-





-





(1) (3)





AR-4







AU





Australia





+





+





(-)





+



 



AU







BR-0





Brazil





-





-





-





+





(1)





BR-0







BR-1





Brazil





+





-





-





-





(1) (2) (3) (SG)





BR-1







BR-2





Brazil





+





-





-





-





(1) (2) (3) (SG)





BR-2







BR-3





Brazil





+





-





-





-





(1) (2) (3) (SG)





BR-3







BW-0





Botswana





-





-





-





+





(1)





BW-0







BW-1





Botswana





+





(-)





-





-





(1) (2) (3) (4) (SG)





BW-1







BW-2





Botswana





+





(-)





-





-





(1) (2) (3) (SG)





BW-2








BW-3





Botswana





+





(-)





-





-





(1) (2) (3) (4) (SG)





BW-3







BW-4





Botswana





+





-





-





-





(1) (2) (3) (SG)





BW-4







BZ





Belize





(-)





-





-





(-)



 



BZ







CA





Canada





+





+





+





+





(SG)





CA







CL





Chile





+





+





+





(-)



 



CL







CO





Colombia





-





-





-





(-)



 



CO







CR





Costa Rica





(-)





-





-





(-)



 



CR







CU





Cuba





(-)





-





-





(-)



 



CU







FK





The Falkland Islands





+





+





-





(-)



 



FK







GL





Greenland





(-)





+





-





(-)



 



GL







GT





Guatemala





(-)





-





-





(-)



 



GT







HN





Honduras





(-)





-





-





(-)



 



HN







HR





Croatia





+





+





-





(-)



 



HR







MA





Morocco





-





-





-





(-)



 



MA







ME





Montenegro





+





+





-





-



 



ME







MK





Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia





-





+





-





-



 



MK







MX





Mexico





(-)





-





-





+ (R)



 



MX







NA-0





Namibia





-





-





-





(-)






(1)





NA-0







NA-1





Namibia





+





+





-





-





(1) (2) (SG)





NA-1







NC





New Caledonia





+





-





-





-



 



NC







NZ





New Zealand





+





+





(-)





+



 



NZ







PA





Panama





(-)





-





-





(-)



 



PA







PY-0





Paraguay





-





-





-





(-)





(1)





PY-0







PY-1





Paraguay





+ (5)





-





-





-





(1) (2) (3) (SG)





PY-1







RS





Serbia





+





+





-





(-)





(6)





RS







SM





San Marino





-





-





-





-



 



SM







SZ-0





Swaziland





-





-





-





(-)





(1)





SZ-0







SZ-1





Swaziland





+





-





-





-





(1) (2) (SG)





SZ-1







SZ-2





Swaziland





+





-





-





-





(1) (2) (3) (SG)





SZ-2







TR-0





Turkey





-





-





-





-





(1)





TR-0







TR-1





Turkey





-





-





-





(-)





(1)





TR-1







US





United States





+





+





+





(-)





(SG)





US







UY





Uruguay













-





-





-





+



 





+





-





-





-





(2) (3) (SG)







-






+





-





-





(2) (SG)













UY







ZA-0





South Africa





-





-





-





(-)





(1)





ZA-0







ZA-1





South Africa





(-)





(-)





-





-





(1) (2) (4) (SG)





ZA-1





 

 





+





Imports from the abovementioned third countries or parts of third countries, see. Note 1-6.







-





Imports are not allowed.







(-)





Importation for free circulation in the European Union are not allowed. Approved animal health, but not the residual koncentrationsmæssigt.







*





Except meat.







(R)





The third country and the food is subject to special import restrictions. Reference is made to the notice on the importation of food, etc. with special restrictions.







(SG)





Demands for additional guarantees, without prejudice. Annex II, part 2 of Regulation (EC) No 206/2010 establishing the lists of third countries, territories or parts thereof, which is approved with regard to imports of certain animals and fresh meat to the EUROPEAN UNION, and requirements for the issuance of veterinary certificates.







(1)





The country is divided into regions, see. Annex II, point 1 of Regulation (EC) No 206/2010.







(2)





Offal, except between flooring and chewing musculature of animals of the bovine species, must not be introduced.







(3)





Only meat from animals slaughtered on or after the date that is entered in column 8 of annex II, part 1 of Regulation (EC) No 206/2010, may be imported.







(4)





Only meat from animals slaughtered on or before the date that is entered in column 7 in annex II, part 1 of Regulation (EC) No 206/2010, may be imported.







(5)





Import only permitted by special authorisation from the Food Agency.







(6)





Exclusive Kosovo.













Annex 10-country list-fresh meat and meat preparations of poultry ISO country-code





Third country





Poultry





Special remarks







AL





Albania





-



 





AR





Argentina





+



 





AU





Australia





(-)



 





BR-0





Brazil





-





(1)







BR-1





Brazil





-





(1)







BR-2





Brazil





-





(1)







BR-3





Brazil





+





(1)







BW





Botswana





-



 





CA





Canada





+



 





CL





Chile





+



 





CN-0





People's Republic of China





-





(1)







CN-1





People's Republic of China





+ (R)





(1) (SG)







GL





Greenland





-



 





HK





Hong Kong





-



 





HR





Croatia





+



 





IL-0





Israel





-





(1)







IL-1






Israel





+





(1)







IL-2





Israel





+





(1) (2)







IL-3





Israel





+





(1) (2)







IL-4





Israel





+





(1) (3)







In





India





-



 





KR





South Korea





-



 





ME





Montenegro





-



 





MG





Madagascar





-



 





MK





Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia





-



 





MY





Malaysia





-



 





MX





Mexico





-



 





NA





Namibia





-



 





NC





New Caledonia





-



 





NZ





New Zealand





(-)



 





PM





St. Pierre and Miquelon





-



 





RS





Serbia





-





(4)







RU





Russia





- (€)



 





SG





Singapore





-



 





SM





San Marino





-



 





TH





Thailand





+





(2)







TN





Tunisia





+



 





TR





Turkey





-



 





US





United States





+



 





UY





Uruguay





-



 





ZA-0





South Africa





-





(1)







ZA-1





South Africa





-





(1)







ZA-2





South Africa





-





(1)







ZW





Zimbabwe





-



 



 

 





+





Imports from the abovementioned third countries or parts of third countries, see. Note 1-4.







-





Imports are not allowed.







(-)





Importation for free circulation in the European Union are not allowed. Approved animal health, but not the residual koncentrationsmæssigt.







(R)





The third country and the food is subject to special import restrictions. Reference is made to the notice on the importation of food, etc. with special restrictions.







(€)





Transit through the EU, however, permitted.







(SG)





Demands for additional guarantees, without prejudice. Annex II, part 2 of Regulation (EC) no 798/2008 laying down a list of third countries, territories, zones or compartments from which poultry and poultry products may be imported into and transit through the community, is sent in and requirements relating to the veterinary certificate.







(1)





The country is divided into regions, see. Annex I to Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 798/2008 with subsequent modification.







(2)





Only meat from animals slaughtered on or after the date that is entered in column 6B of Annex i, part 1 of Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 798/2008, may be imported.







(3)





Only meat from animals slaughtered between the dates specified in column 6A and 6B in Annex i, part 1 of Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 798/2008, may be imported.







(4)






Exclusive Kosovo.













Annex 11-country list-fresh meat, minced meat, meat preparations and mechanically separated meat of farmed and wild game animals, with the exception of hares and rabbits the ISO country code





Third country





Cloven-hoofed game, excluding wild swine,





Wild boar





Game-

live ungulate animals *





Other wild land mammals **





Special remarks





The ISO country code







AR-0





Argentina





-





-





-





-





(1)





AR-0







AR-1





Argentina





+





-





-





-





(1) (2) (3) (SG)





AR-1







AR-2





Argentina





+





-





-





-





(1) (3) (SG)





AR-2







AR-3





Argentina





+#





-





-





-





(1) (2) (3) (SG)





AR-3







AR-4





Argentina





+





-





-





-





(1) (2) (3)





AR-4







AU





Australia





+





+





-





+



 



AU







BR-0





Brazil





-





-





-





-





(1)





BR-0







BR-1





Brazil





-





-





-





-





(1) (2) (3)





BR-1







BR-2





Brazil





-





-





-





-





(1) (2) (3)





BR-2







BR-3





Brazil





-





-





-





-





(1) (2) (3)





BR-3







BW-0





Botswana





-





-





(-)





-





(1)





BW-0







BW-1





Botswana





+#





-





-





-





(1) (2) (3) (4) (SG)





BW-1







BW-2





Botswana





+#





-





-





-





(1) (2) (3) (SG)





BW-2







BW-3





Botswana





+#





-





-





-





(1) (2) (3) (4) (SG)





BW-3







BW-4





Botswana





-





-





-





-






(1)





BW-4







CA





Canada





+





+





-





-





(SG)





CA







CL





Chile





+$





(-)





-





-



 



CL







GL





Greenland





+





-





-





+



 



GL







HR





Croatia





+





-





-





-



 



HR





 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 





NA-0





Namibia





-





-





+





-





(1)





NA-0







NA-1





Namibia





(-)$





-





-





-





(1) (2) (SG)





NA-1







NC





New Caledonia





+





-





-





-



 



NC







NZ





New Zealand





+





+





-





+



 



NZ







RU-0





Russia





-





-





-





(-)





(1)





RU-0







RU-1





Russia











-





-





(-)





(1)





RU-1







SM





San Marino





-





-





-





-



 



SM







SZ-0





Swaziland





-





-





(-)





-





(1)





SZ-0







SZ-1





Swaziland





(-)





-





-





-





(1) (2) (SG)





SZ-1







SZ-2





Swaziland





(-)





-





-





-





(1) (2) (3) (SG)





SZ-2







US





United States





+





+





-





-





(SG)





US







ZA-0





South Africa





-





-





+





-





(1)





ZA-0







ZA-1





South Africa





+





-





-






-





(1) (2) (4) (SG)





ZA-1





 



+





Imports from the abovementioned third countries or parts of third countries, see. Note 1-4.





 



-





Imports are not allowed.





 



(-)





Importation for free circulation in the European Union are not allowed. Approved animal health, but not the residual koncentrationsmæssigt.





 



*





Except meat.





 



**





Wild land mammals other than mouth-and ungulates and Leporidae.





 



#





Only meat of farmed non-domestic suidae.





 



$





Only meat of wild non-domestic suidae.





 



£





Only meat of farmed reindeer from the regions of Murmansk and Yamalo-Nenetske okrug.





 



(SG)





Demands for additional guarantees, without prejudice. Annex II, part 2 of Regulation (EC) No 206/2010.





 



(1)





The country is divided into regions, see. Annex II, point 1 of Regulation (EC) No 206/2010.





 



(2)





Offal must not be introduced.





 



(3)





Only meat from animals slaughtered on or after the date that is entered in column 8 of annex II, part 1 of Regulation (EC) No 206/2010, may be imported.





 



(4)





Only meat from animals slaughtered on or before the date that is entered in column 7 in annex II, part 1 of Regulation (EC) No 206/2010, may be imported.













Annex 12-country list-fresh meat and meat of wild feathered game and farmed ratites ISO country-code





Third country





Wild feathered game





Farmed ratites-birds





Special remarks





ISO country-code







AL





Albania





-





-



 



AL







AR





Argentina





+ (SG)





+



 



AR







AU





Australia





-





+ (SG)



 



AU







BR-0





Brazil





-





-





(1)





BR-0







BR-1





Brazil





-





(-)





(1)





BR-1







BR-2





Brazil





-





-





(1)





BR-2







BR-3





Brazil





(-)





-





(1)





BR-3







BW





Botswana





-





+ (SG)



 



BW







CA





Canada





+ (SG)





+



 



CA







CL





Chile





+ (SG)





(-)



 



CL







CN





China





-





-



 



CN







GL





Greenland





+





-



 



GL







HK





Hong Kong





-





-



 



HK







HR





Croatia





+ (R)





+



 



HR








IL-0





Israel





-





-





(1)





IL-0







IL-1





Israel





(-)





+





(1)





IL-1







IL-2





Israel





(-)





+





(1) (2)





IL-2







IL-3





Israel





(-)





+





(1) (2)





IL-3







IL-4





Israel





(-)





+





(1) (3)





IL-4







In





India





-





-



 



In







KR





South Korea





-





-



 



KR







ME





Montenegro





-





-



 



ME







MG





Madagascar





(-)





-



 



MG







MK





Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia





-





-



 



MK







MY





Malaysia





-





-



 



MY







MX





Mexico





-





-



 



MX







NA





Namibia





-





(-) (SG)



 



NA







NC





New Caledonia





-





-



 



NC







NZ





New Zealand





+ (SG)





+



 



NZ







PM





St. Pierre and Miquelon





-





-



 



PM







RS





Serbia





-





-





(4)





RS







RU





Russia





-





-



 



RU







SG





Singapore





-





-



 



SG







SM





San Marino





-





-



 



SM







TH





Thailand





(-)





(-)





(2)





TH







TN





Tunisia





+ (SG)





(-)



 



TN







TR





Turkey





-





-



 



TR







US





United States





+ (SG)





+



 



US








UY





Uruguay





-





+



 



UY







ZA-0





South Africa





-





+ (R) (SG)





(1) (5)



 





ZA-1





South Africa





-





+ (R) (SG)





(1) (2)





ZA







ZA-2





South Africa





-





+ (R) (SG)





(1)



 





ZW





Zimbabwe





-





+ (SG)



 



ZW





 

 





+





Imports from the abovementioned third countries or parts of third countries, see. Note 1-5.







-





Imports are not allowed.







(-)





Importation for free circulation in the European Union are not allowed. Approved animal health, but not the residual koncentrationsmæssigt.







(R)





The third country and the food is subject to special import restrictions. Reference is made to the notice on the importation of food, etc. with special restrictions.







(SG)





Demands for additional guarantees, without prejudice. Annex II, part 2 of Regulation (EC) no 798/2008.







(1)





The country is divided into regions, see. Annex I to Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 798/2008.







(2)





Only meat from animals slaughtered on or after the date that is entered in column 6B of Annex i, part 1 of Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 798/2008, may be imported.







(3)





Only meat from animals slaughtered between the dates specified in column 6A and 6B in Annex i, part 1 of Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 798/2008, may be imported.







(4)





Exclusive Kosovo.







(5)





Only meat from animals slaughtered on or before the date that is entered in column 6 bis of annex I, part 1 of Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 798/2008, may be imported.













Annex 13-country list-meat products and treated stomachs, bladders and intestines SHARE in A







Meat products and treated stomachs, bladders and intestines of domestic animals and farmed game mammals







The ISO country code





Third country





Domestic bovine animals and farmed cloven-hoofed game, excluding wild swine,





Domestic animals of the ovine and caprine species





Domestic pigs and farmed wild swine,





Domestic solipeds





Domestic rabbit and farmed leporidae





The ISO country code







AR-0





Argentina

(*) (1)





(C)





(C)





(-)





(A)





(A)





AR-0







AR-1





Argentina (*) (1)





(C)





(C)





(-)





(A)





(A)





AR-1







AR-2





Argentina (*) (1)





(A) ($)





(A) ($)





(-)





(A)





(A)





AR-2







AU





Australia





(A)





(A)





(-)





(A)





(-)





AU







BH





Bahrain





(-)





(-)





(-)





(-)





(-)





BH







BR-0





Brazil (1)























(A)





(-)





BR-0







BR-1





Brazil (1)























(A)





(-)





BR-1








BR-2





Brazil (1)





(C) (2)





(-)





(-)





(A)





(-)





BR-2







BR-3





Brazil (1)























(A)





(-)





BR-3







BW





Botswana





(B)





(-)





(-)





(B)





(-)





BW







CITY





Belarus





(-)





(-)





(-)





(B) (5)





(-)





CITY







CA





Canada





(A)





(A)





(A)





(A)





(A)





CA







CL





Chile





(A) (2)





(A)





(A) (2)





(-)





(-)





CL







CN-0





China (1)





(-)





(-)





(-)





(-)





(A) (2) (R)





CN-0







CN-1





China (1)





(-)





(-)





(-)





(-)





(A) (2) (R)





CN-1







CO





Columbia





(-)





(-)





(-)





(-)





(-)





CO







A





Ethiopia





(-)





(-)





(-)





(-)





(-)





A







GL





Greenland





























(-)





GL







HK





Hong Kong





(-)





(-)





(-)





(-)





(-)





HK







HR





Croatia





(A)





(A)





(D)





(A) (5)





(A)





HR







IL





Israel





(-)





(-)





(-)





(-)





(-)





IL







In





India





(-)





(-)





(-)





(-)





(-)





In







KE





Kenya





(-)





(-)





(-)





(-)





(-)





KE







KR





Korea






























(-)





KR







MA





Morocco





(-)





(-)





(-)





(-)





(-)





MA







ME





Montenegro





(A) (2)





(A)





(D) (2)





(-)





(-)





ME







MG





Madagascar





(-)





(-)





(-)





(-)





(-)





MG







MK





Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia





(A) (2)





(A)





(B) (2)





(-)





(-)





MK







MU





Mauritius





(-)





(-)





(-)





(-)





(-)





MU







MX





Mexico





(-)





(-)





(-)





(A) (R)





(-)





MX







My-0





Malaysia (1)



































My-0







My-1





Malaysia (1)





























(-)





My-1







NA





Namibia (*)





(B) (2)





(B) (2)





(-)





(-)





(-)





NA







NC





New Caledonia





(A)





























NC







NZ





New Zealand





(A)





(A)





(-)





(A)





(-)





NZ







PY





Paraguay





(C) (2)





(-)





(-)





(-)





(-)





PY







RS





Serbia (4)





(A) (2)





(A)





(D) (2)





(A) (5)





(-)





RS







RU





Russia





(C) (6)





(C)





(C) (2)





(-)





(-)





RU







SG





Singapore





(B) (2)





(B)





(B) (2)





(-)





(-)





SG







SM





San Marino





-





-





-





-





-





SM








SZ





Swaziland





(B) (2)





(-)





(-)





(-)





(-)





SZ







TH





Thailand





(-)





(-)





(-)





(-)





(-)





TH







TN





Tunisia





(-)





(-)





(-)





(-)





(-)





TN







TR





Turkey





























(-)





TR







UA





Ukraine





























(-)





UA







US





United States





(A)





(A)





(A)





(-)





(A)





US







UY





Uruguay (*)





(C) (2)





(C)





(-)





(A)





(-)





UY







ZA





South Africa (*)





(-)





(-)





(-)





(-)





(-)





ZA







ZW





Zimbabwe (*)





(-)





(-)





(-)





(-)





(-)





ZW







The meaning of the codes described in this annex, part IV.







(*) For pasteurised meat products and ' biltong/jerky ' reference is made to this annex, part III.





 





PART I (B)







Meat products and treated stomachs, bladders and intestines of domestic animals and farmed feathered game







The ISO country code





Third country





Domestic poultry and farmed game birds, other than ratites





Farmed ratites





The ISO country code







AR-0





Argentina (*) (1)





(A)





(A)





AR-0







AR-1





Argentina (*) (1)





(A)





(A)





AR-1







AR-2





Argentina (*) (1)





(A)





(A)





AR-2







AU





Australia





(-)





(D)





AU







BH





Bahrain

















BH







BR-0





Brazil (1)





(D) (2)





(-)





BR-0







BR-1





Brazil (1)











(-)





BR-1







BR-2





Brazil (1)





(D) (2)





(-)





BR-2







BR-3





Brazil (1)





(A) (2)











BR-3







BW






Botswana











(A)





BW







CITY





Belarus

















CITY







CA





Canada





(A)





(A)





CA







CL





Chile





(A) (2)





(A)





CL







CN-0





China (1)





(B) (2) (R)





(-)





CN-0







CN-1





China (1)





(D) (2) (R)





(-)





CN-1







CO





Colombia











(-)





CO







A





Ethiopia

















A







GL





Greenland

















GL







HK





Hong Kong





(D) (2)





(-)





HK







HR





Croatia





(A)





(A)





HR







IL





Israel (1)

















IL







IL-1





Israel (1)





(A)





(A)





IL-1







IL-2





Israel (1)





(D)





(D)





IL-2







In





India

















In







KE





Kenya

















KE







KR





Korea





(-)





(-)





KR







MA





Morocco

















MA







ME





Montenegro





(D) (2)





(-)





ME







MG





Madagascar





(-)





(-)





MG







MK





Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

















MK







MU





Mauritius

















MU







MX





Mexico





(-)





(-)





MX







My-0





Malaysia (1)

















My-0







My-1





Malaysia (1)





(D) (2)





(-)





My-1







NA





Namibia (*)





(-)





(-)





NA







NC





New Caledonia


















NC







NZ





New Zealand





(A) (3)





(A)





NZ







PY





Paraguay

















PY







RS





Serbia (2)





(D) (2)





(-)





RS







RU





Russia





(A) (€)











RU







SG





Singapore





(D) (2)





(-)





SG







SM





San Marino

















SM







SZ





Swaziland

















SZ







TH





Thailand





(A) (2)





(-)





TH







TN





Tunisia





(A) (2)





(-)





TN







TR





Turkey





(D) (2)





(-)





TR







UA





Ukraine

















UA







US





United States





(A)





(A)





US







UY





Uruguay





(-)





(-)





UY







ZA





South Africa (*)





(-)





D (R)





ZA







ZW





Zimbabwe (*)





(-)





(A)





ZW







The meaning of the codes described in this annex, part IV.







(*) For pasteurised meat products and ' biltong/jerky ' reference is made to this annex, part III.





 

 



 



PART II





 



Meat products and treated stomachs, bladders and intestines of wild game





 



The ISO country code





Third country





Wild cloven-hoofed game, apart from wild boar





Wild boar





Wild solipeds





Wild leporidae (rabbits and hares)





Wild game birds





Other game leven-

the land mammals (7)





The ISO country code





 



AR-0





Argentina (*) (1)





(C)





(C)











(A)





(D)











AR-0





 



AR-1





Argentina (*) (1)





(C)





(C)











(A)





(D)











AR-1





 



AR-2





Argentina (*) (1)





(C)





(C)











(A)





(D)











AR-2





 



AU





Australia





(A)





(A)











(A)






(D)





(A)





AU





 



BH





Bahrain





(-)





(-)











(-)

















BH





 



BR-0





Brazil (1)























(-)





(-)











BR-0





 



BR-1





Brazil (1)























(-)





(-)











BR-1





 



BR-2





Brazil (1)





(-)

















(-)





(-)











BR-2





 



BR-3





Brazil (1)























(-)





(-)











BR-3





 



BW





Botswana





(-)





(-)





(-)





(-)

















BW





 



CITY





Belarus





(-)





(-)











(-)

















CITY





 



CA





Canada





(A)





(A)











(A)





(A)





(A)





CA





 



CL





Chile





(B)





(B)











(A)





(A)











CL





 



CN-0





China (1)





(-)





(-)











(-)





(-)











CN-0





 



CN-1





China (1)





(-)





(-)











(-)





(-)











CN-1





 



CO





Colombia









































CO





 



A





Ethiopia









































A





 



GL





Greenland























(A)





(A)





(A)






GL





 



HK





Hong Kong









































HK





 



HR





Croatia





(A)





(D)











(A)





(A) (R)











HR





 



IL





Israel (1)





(-)





(-)











(-)





(-)











IL





 



IL-1





Israel (1)





(-)





(-)











(-)





(-)











IL-1





 



IL-2





Israel (1)





(-)





(-)











(-)





(-)











IL-2





 



In





India





(-)





(-)











(-)

















In





 



KE





Kenya





(-)





(-)











(-)

















KE





 



KR





Korea























(-)





(-)











KR





 



MA





Morocco





(-)





(-)











(-)

















MA





 



ME





Montenegro





(-)





(-)











(-)

















ME





 



MG





Madagascar





(-)





(-)











(-)





(-)











MG





 



MK





Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia





(B)





(B)











(A)

















MK





 



MU





Mauritius





(-)





(-)











(-)

















MU





 



MX





Mexico





(-)





(-)











(-)





(-)











MX





 




My-0





Malaysia (1)









































My-0





 



My-1





Malaysia (1)























(-)





(-)











My-1





 



NA





Namibia (*)





(B)





(B)





(A)





(A)





(D)











NA





 



NC





New Caledonia





(A)



































NC





 



NZ





New Zealand





(A)





(A)











(A)





(A)





(A)





NZ





 



PY





Paraguay





(-)





(-)











(-)

















PY





 



RS





Serbia (4)





(D)





(D)











(A)

















RS





 



RU





Russia





(-)





(-)











(-)











(-)





RU





 



SG





Singapore





(-)





(-)











(-)

















SG





 



SM





San Marino









































SM





 



SZ





Swaziland





(-)





(-)





(-)





(-)

















SZ





 



TH





Thailand





(-)





(-)











(-)





(-)











TH





 



TN





Tunisia





(B)





(B)











(A)





(D)











TN





 



TR





Turkey























(-)





(-)











TR





 



UA





Ukraine
























(-)

















UA





 



US





United States





(A)





(A)











(A)





(A)











US





 



UY





Uruguay























(A)





(D)











UY





 



ZA





South Africa (*)





(C)





(C)





(A)





(A)





(D)











ZA





 



ZW





Zimbabwe (*)





(-)





(-)











(-)





(-)











ZW





 



The meaning of the codes described in this annex, part IV.





 



(*) For pasteurised meat products and ' biltong/jerky ' reference is made to this annex, part III.





 

 



 



PART IIIA





 



Pasteurized meat products and ' biltong/jerky ' of domestic animals and farmed game





 



The ISO country code





Third country





Domestic bovine animals and farmed cloven-hoofed game, excluding wild swine,





Domestic sheep and domestic goats





Domestic pigs and farmed wild swine,





Domestic solipeds





Domestic poultry and farmed ratites





Domestic rabbit and farmed leporidae





The ISO country code





 



AR





Argentina





(F)





(F)























(A)





AR





 



NA-0





Namibia (1)





























(-)





(-)





NA-0





 



NA-1





Namibia (1)





(E) (2)





(E)

















(-) (2)





(-) (2)





NA-1





 



UY





Uruguay





(E)



































UY





 



ZA





South Africa (1)





























(D) (2) (R)





(A) (3)





ZA





 



ZA-1





South Africa (1)





(E) (3)





(-)























(A) (3)





ZA-1





 



ZW





Zimbabwe





























(E) (3)





(A) (3)





ZW





 



The meaning of the codes described in this annex, part IV.






 

 



 



PART III (B)





 



Pasteurized meat products and ' biltong/jerky ' wild





 



The ISO country code





Third country





Wild cloven-hoofed game, excluding swine





Wild boar





Wild solipeds





Wild leporidae





Wild birds-game





Other wild land mammals





The ISO country code





 



AR





Argentina























(A)

















AR





 



NA-0





Namibia (1)

















(A)





(A)





(E)











NA





 



NA-1





Namibia (1)

















(A)





(A)





(E)











NA-1





 



ZA





South Africa (1)

















(A)





(A)





(D)











ZA





 



ZA-1





South Africa (1)





(E)











(A)





(A)

















ZA-1





 



ZW





Zimbabwe

















(-)





(-)





(-)











ZW





 



The meaning of the codes described in this annex, part IV.





 

 



 



PART IV





 



The meaning of codes used in tables in this annex





 



A-F





Imports allowed, see. the notes below.





 









Imports are not allowed.





 



(-)





Importation for free circulation in the European Union are not allowed. Approved animal health, but not the residual koncentrationsmæssigt.





 



(R)





The third country and the food is subject to special import restrictions. Reference is made to the notice on the importation of food, etc. with special restrictions.





 



(1)





The country is divided into regions, see. Annex II, part I of decision 2007/777/EC laying down the animal and public health conditions and model certificates for imports from third countries of certain meat products and treated stomachs, bladders and intestines and repealing decision 2005/432/EC.





 



(2)





Only meat products, etc. of the domestic animals.





 



(3)





Only meat products, etc. of farmed game meat.





 



(4)





Exclusive Kosovo.





 



(5)





Only the export of live equidae for slaughter (food producing animals only).





 



(6)





Only meat products, etc. of farmed reindeer from Murmansk and Yamalo-Nenets regions.





 



(7)





Other than ungulates and Leporidae.





 



($)





Only meat products, etc., which are made from fresh meat from animals slaughtered after 1. March 2002.





 



(€)





Transit through the COMMUNITY of poultry meat products which have undergone a non-specific treatment, however, is allowed.





 



A-F





Imports allowed under the below mentioned treatment schemes.





 



Nonspecific treatment regime





 



(A)






There is no minimum temperature or other treatment for animal health reasons for meat products and treated stomachs, bladders and intestines. The meat in such meat products and treated stomachs, bladders and intestines must, however, have undergone a treatment such that the cut surface shows that it no longer has the characteristics of fresh meat, and the fresh meat shall also satisfy the animal health rules applicable to the export of fresh meat to the community.





 



Specific treatment regimes-in descending order of severity





 



(B)





Treatment in a hermetically sealed container to an F0 value of 3.00 (preserved).





 



(C)





At least 80 ° C which must be reached throughout the meat and in stomachs, the blisters and intestines during meat products and treated mavers, blærers and tarmes processing.





 



(D)





At least 70 ° C which must be reached throughout the meat and in stomachs, the blisters and intestines during meat products and treated mavers, blærers and tarmes processing, or for raw skinkers, a treatment consisting of natural fermentation and maturation for at least nine months, so that the following properties are obtained.





 

 









AW value of not more than 0.93, and





 

 









pH value of not more than 6.0.





 



(E)





For products of type ' biltong/jerky ', a treatment to achieve:





 

 









AW value of not more than 0.93, and





 

 









pH value of not more than 6.0.





 



(F)





Heat treatment which ensures a core temperature of at least 65 ° C in sufficient time to achieve a pasteurisation value (pv) of 40 or more.













Annex 14-country list-frogs ' legs and nails the ISO country code





Third country





Frogs ' legs





Land-snails





The ISO country code







AE





U.A.E





+





+





AE







AG





Antigua and Barbuda





+





+





AG







AL





Albania





+





+





AL







Am





Armenia





+





+





Am







An





The Netherlands Antilles





+





+





An







AO





Angola





+





+





AO







AR





Argentina





+





+





AR







AU





Australia





+





+





AU







AZ





Azerbaijan





+





+





AZ







BA





Bosnia and Herzegovina





+





+





BA







BD





Bangladesh





+





+





BD







BJ





Benin





+





+





BJ







BR





Brazil





+





+





BR







BS





Bahamas





+





+





BS







CITY





Belarus





+





+





CITY







BZ





Belize





+





+





BZ







CA





Canada





+






+





CA







CG





The Republic Of The Congo





+





+





CG







CI





Ivory Coast





+





+





CI







CL





Chile





+





+





CL







CM





Cameroon





+





+





CM







CN





China





+





+





CN







CO





Colombia





+





+





CO







CR





Costa Rica





+





+





CR







CU





Cuba





+





+





CU







CV





Cape Verde





+





+





CV







DZ





Algeria





+





+





DZ







EC





Ecuador





+





+





EC







OAK





Egypt





+





+





OAK







Is





Eritrea





+





+





Is







FJ





Fiji





+





+





FJ







FK





The Falkland Islands





+





+





FK







GA





Gabon





+





+





GB







DG





Grenada





+





+





DG







GH





Ghana





+





+





GH







GL





Greenland





+





+





GL







GM





Gambia





+





+





GM







GN





Guinea





+





+





GN







GT





Guatemala





+





+





GT







GY





Guyana





+





+





GY







HK





Hong Kong





+





+





HK







HN





Honduras





+





+





HN







HR





Croatia





+





+





HR







ID





Indonesia






+





+





ID







IL





Israel





+





+





IL







In





India





+





+





In







IR





Iran





+





+





IR







JM





Jamaica





+





+





JM







JP





Japan





+





+





JP







KE





Kenya





+





+





KE







KR





South Korea





+





+





KR







KZ





Kazakhstan





+





+





KZ







LK





Sri Lanka





+





+





LK







MA





Morocco





+





+





MA







MD





Moldova











(-)





MD







ME





Montenegro





+





+





ME







MG





Madagascar





+





+





MG







MK





Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia





+





+





MK







MM





Myanmar





+





+





MM







MRI





Mauritania





+





+





MRI







MU





Mauritius





+





+





MU







MV





Maldives





+





+





MV







MX





Mexico





+





+





MX







MY





Malaysia





+





+





MY







MZ





Mozambique





+





+





MZ







NA





Namibia





+





+





NA







NC





New Caledonia





+





+





NC







NG





Nigeria





+





+





NG







NINE





Nicaragua





+





+





NINE







NZ





New Zealand





+





+





NZ








ABOUT





Oman





+





+





ABOUT







PA





Panama





+





+





PA







PE





Peru





+





+





PE







PG





Papua New Guinea





+





+





PG







PH





The Philippines





+





+





PH







PF





French Polynesia





+





+





PF







PM





Saint Pierre and Miquelon





+





+





PM







PK





Pakistan





+





+





PK







RS





Serbia (1)





+





+





RS







RU





Russia





+





+





RU







SA





Saudi Arabia





+





+





SA







SB





Solomon Islands





+





+





SB







SC





Seychelles





+





+





SC







SG





Singapore





+





+





SG







SH





Saint Helena





+





+





SH







SM





San Marino





-





-





SM







SN





Senegal





+





+





SN







SR





Suriname





+





+





SR







SV





El Salvador





+





+





SV







SEW





Syria











+





SEW







TG





Togo





+





+





TG







TH





Thailand





+





+





TH







TN





Tunisia





+





+





TN







TR





Turkey





+





+





TR







TW





Taiwan





+





+





TW







TZ





Tanzania





+





+





TZ







UA





Ukraine





+





+






UA







UG





Uganda





+





+





UG







US





United States





+





+





US







UY





Uruguay





+





+





UY







VE





Venezuela





+





+





VE







VN





Viet Nam





+





+





VN







YE





Yemen





+





+





YE







YT





Mayotte





+





+





YT







ZA





South Africa





+





+





ZA







ZW





Zimbabwe





+





+





ZW





 

 

 



 



+





Imports from the countries listed above, see. Note 1.





 



-





Imports are not allowed.





 



(-)





Importation for free circulation in the European Union are not allowed. Approved animal health, but not the residual koncentrationsmæssigt.





 



(1)





Exclusive Kosovo.













Annex 15-country list-Milk and milk products the ISO country code





Third country





In





(II)





(III)





The ISO country code







AL





Albania





-





-





(-)





AL







An





The Netherlands Antilles





-





-





+





An







AR





Argentina





-





-





+





AR







AU





Australia





+





+





+





AU







BA





Bosnia-Herzegovina





-





-





(-)





BH







BR





Brazil





-





-





(-)





BR







BW





Botswana





-





-





(-)





BW







CITY





Belarus





-





-





+





CITY







BZ





Belize





-





-





(-)





BZ







CA





Canada





+





+





+





CA







CL





Chile





-





+





+





CL







CN






People's Republic of China





-





-





(-)





CN







CO





Colombia





-





-





(-)





CO







CR





Costa Rica





-





-





(-)





CR







CU





Cuba





-





-





(-)





CU







DZ





Algeria





-





-





(-)





DZ







A





Ethiopia





-





-





(-)





A







GL





Greenland





-





(-)





(-)





GL







GT





Guatemala





-





-





(-)





GT







HK





Hong Kong





-





-





(-)





HK







HN





Honduras





-





-





(-)





HN







HR





Croatia





-





+





+





HR







IL





Israel





-





-





+





IL







In





India





-





-





(-)





In







KE





Kenya





-





-





(-) (#)





KE







MA





Morocco





-





-





(-)





MA







MG





Madagascar





-





-





(-)





MG







MK





Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia





-





+





+





MK







MRI





Mauritania





-





-





(-)





MRI







MU





Mauritius





-





-





(-)





MU







MX





Mexico





-





-





(-)





MX







NA





Namibia





-





-





(-)





NA







NINE





Nicaragua





-





-





(-)





NINE







NZ





New Zealand






+





+





+





NZ







PA





Panama





-





-





(-)





PA







PY





Paraguay





-





-





(-)





PY







RS





Serbia (1)





-





+





+





RS







RU





Russia





-





-





+





RU







SG





Singapore





-





-





+





SG







SM





San Marino





-





-





-





SM







SV





El Salvador





-





-





(-)





SV







SZ





Swaziland





-





-





(-)





SZ







TH





Thailand





-





-





(-)





TH







TN





Tunisia





-





-





(-)





TN







TR





Turkey





-





-





+





TR







UA





Ukraine





-





-





+





UA







US





United States





+





+





+





US







UY





Uruguay





-





-





+





UY







ZA





South Africa





-





-





(-)





ZA







ZW





Zimbabwe





-





-





(-)





ZW





 

 

 



 



+





Imports from the abovementioned third countries or parts of third countries, see. Note 1 and I-III.





 



-





Imports are not allowed.





 



(-)





Importation for free circulation in the European Union are not allowed. Approved animal health, but not the residual koncentrationsmæssigt.





 



(1)





Exclusive Kosovo.





 



(#)





Only camel milk.





 



In





Raw milk and dairy products, see. Article 2 of Regulation (EU) 605/2010 laying down the animal and public health conditions and veterinary certificates for raw milk and dairy products intended for human consumption that are brought into The European Union.





 



(II)





Dairy products must have undergone a treatment, as described in article 3 of Regulation (EU) 605/2010.





 



(III)





Dairy products must have undergone one of the treatments referred to in article 4 of Regulation (EU) 605/2010.













Annex 16-country list-eggs in shell and heat-treated egg products ISO country code





Third country






Chicken eggs





Heat treated egg products





Special remarks







AL





Albania





+ (S)





+



 





AR





Argentina





+ (S)





+



 





AU





Australia





(-)





(-)



 





BR-0





Brazil





-





-





(1)







BR-1





Brazil





-





-





(1)







BR-2





Brazil





-





-





(1)







BR-3





Brazil





(-)





(-)





(1)







BW





Botswana





(-)





(-)



 





CA





Canada





+ (S)





+



 





CL





Chile





(-)





(-)



 





CN-0





People's Republic of China





-





+ (R)





(1)







CN-1





People's Republic of China





+ (S) (S)





-





(1)







GL





Greenland





-





(-)



 





HK





Hong Kong





-





(-)



 





HR





Croatia





+





+



 





IL-0





Israel





+ (S)





+





(1)







IL-1





Israel





-





-





(1)







IL-2





Israel





-





-





(1)







IL-3





Israel





-





-





(1)







IL-4





Israel





-





-





(1)







In





India





-





+



 





KR





South Korea





(-) (R)





(-)



 





ME





Montenegro





-





+



 





MG





Madagascar





(-)





(-)



 





MK





Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia





-





+



 





My-0





Malaysia





-





-





(1)







My-1





Malaysia





(-)





(-)





(1)







MX





Mexico





-






+



 





NA





Namibia





(-)





(-)



 





NC





New Caledonia





-





(-)



 





NZ





New Zealand





(-)





(-)



 





PM





St. Pierre and Miquelon





-





-



 





RS





Serbia





-





+





(2)







RU





Russia





-





+



 





SG





Singapore





-





(-)



 





SM





San Marino





-





-



 





TH





Thailand





(-) (3)





(-)



 





TN





Tunisia





(-)





(-)



 





TR





Turkey





+ (S)





+



 





US





United States





+ (S)





+



 





UY





Uruguay





(-)





(-)



 





ZA





South Africa





(-)





(-)



 





ZW





Zimbabwe





(-)





(-)



 



 

 

 



 



+





Imports from the abovementioned third countries or parts of third countries, see. Note 1-3.





 



-





Imports are not allowed.





 



(-)





Importation for free circulation in the European Union are not allowed. Approved animal health, but not the residual koncentrationsmæssigt.





 



(S)





Ban on the importation of eggs of Gallus gallus, apart from class B eggs, see. Commission Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 557/2007 of 23. May 2007 implementing Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 1028/2006 on marketing standards for eggs. The Commission has not presented to or approved by a relevant salmonella control programme in accordance with European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. No 2160/2003 of 17. November 2003 on the control of salmonella and other specified food-borne zoonotic agents.





 



(R)





The third country and the food is subject to special import restrictions. Reference is made to the notice on the importation of food, etc. with special restrictions.





 



(1)





The country is divided into regions, see. Annex I to Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 798/2008.





 



(2)





Exclusive Kosovo.





 



(3)





Only eggs that are produced on or after the date that is entered in column 6B of Annex i, part 1 of Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 798/2008, may be imported.













Annex 17-country list-fresh meat of rabbits and hares ISO country code





Third country





Wild rabbits and hares





Domestic rabbits







AL





Albania





(-)





(-)







AR





Argentina





+





+







AU





Australia





+





(-)







BA





Bosnia-Herzegovina





(-)





(-)







BH





Bahrain





(-)





(-)







BR





Brazil





(-)





(-)








BW





Botswana





(-)





(-)







CITY





Belarus





(-)





(-)







BZ





Belize





(-)





(-)







CA





Canada





+





+







CL





Chile





+





(-)







CN





People's Republic of China





(-)





+ (R)







CO





Columbia





(-)





(-)







CR





Costa Rica





(-)





(-)







CU





Cuba





(-)





(-)







DZ





Algeria





(-)





(-)







A





Ethiopia





(-)





(-)







FK





The Falkland Islands





(-)





(-)







GL





Greenland





+





(-)







GT





Guatemala





(-)





(-)







HK





Hong Kong





(-)





(-)







HN





Honduras





(-)





(-)







HR





Croatia





+





+







IL





Israel





(-)





(-)







In





India





(-)





(-)







KE





Kenya





(-)





(-)







MA





Morocco





(-)





(-)







ME





Montenegro





(-)





(-)







MG





Madagascar





(-)





(-)







MK





Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia





+





(-)







MU





Mauritius





(-)





(-)







MX





Mexico





(-)





(-)







NA





Namibia





+





(-)







NC





New Caledonia





+





(-)







NINE





Nicaragua





(-)





(-)







NZ





New Zealand





+





(-)







PA





Panama





(-)





(-)







PY





Paraguay





(-)





(-)







RS





Serbia (1)





+





(-)








RU





Russia





(-)





(-)







SM





San Marino





-





-







SV





El Salvador





(-)





(-)







SZ





Swaziland





(-)





(-)







TH





Thailand





(-)





(-)







TN





Tunisia





+





(-)







TR





Turkey





(-)





(-)







UA





Ukraine





(-)





(-)







US





United States





+





+







UY





Uruguay





+





(-)







ZA





South Africa





+





(-)







ZW





Zimbabwe





(-)





(-)





 

 

 



 



+





Imports from the abovementioned third countries or parts of third countries, see. Note 1.





 



(-)





Importation for free circulation in the European Union are not allowed. Approved animal health, but not the residual koncentrationsmæssigt.





 



(R)





The third country and the food is subject to special import restrictions. Reference is made to the notice on the importation of food, etc. with special restrictions.





 



(1)





Exclusive Kosovo.













Annex 18-country list-Honey and Royal Jelly Royal ISO

Ship-to country code





Third country







AR





Argentina







AU





Australia







BR





Brazil







CA





Canada







CL





Chile







CM





Cameroon







CN





People's Republic of China







CU





Cuba







A





Ethiopia







GH





Ghana







GT





Guatemala







HR





Croatia







IL





Israel







In





India







JM





Jamaica







KG





Kyrgyzstan







LB





Lebanon







MD





Moldova







ME





Montenegro







MG





Madagascar







MK





Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia







MX





Mexico







NC





New Caledonia







NINE





Nicaragua







NZ





New Zealand







PF





French Polynesia







PN





Pitcairn







RS





Serbia excluding Kosovo







RU





Russia







SV





El Salvador







TH





Thailand







TR






Turkey







TW





Taiwan







TZ





Tanzania







UA





Ukraine







UG





Uganda







US





United States







UY





Uruguay







ZM





Zambia





 





Imports from the abovementioned third countries or parts of third countries.













Annex 19-country list-Fish and fishery products in any form but excluding bivalve molluscs (A), echinoderms, tunicates, marine snails ISO country code





Third country







AE





U.A.E. (1)







AG





Antigua and Barbuda (1) (2) (3)







AL





Albania (1) (R)







Am





Armenia (1) (3) (4)







An





The Netherlands Antilles (1) (3)







AO





Angola (3)







AR





Argentina (1)







AU





Australia







AZ





Azerbaijan (3) (5)







BA





Bosnia and Herzegovina (1)







BD





Bangladesh (1) (R)







BJ





Benin (3)







BR





Brazil







BS





Bahamas (1) (3)







CITY





Belarus (1)







BZ





Belize (1)







CA





Canada







CG





Congo (3) (6)







CI





Ivory Coast (1) (3)







CL





Chile







CN





People's Republic of China (R)







CO





Colombia







CR





Costa Rica (1)







CU





Cuba (1)







CV





Cape Verde (1) (3)







DZ





Algeria (1) (3)







EC





Ecuador (1)







OAK





Egypt (1) (3)







Is





Eritrea (3)







FJ





Fiji (1) (3)







FK





Falkland Islands (1) (3)







GA





Gabon (1)







DG





Grenada (1) (3)







GH





Ghana (1) (3)







GL





Greenland (1) (3)







GM





Gambia (1) (3)







GN





Guinea (1) (3) (7) (8) (R)







GT





Guatemala (1)







GY





Guyana (1) (3)







HK





Hong Kong (1) (3)







HN





Honduras (1)







HR





Croatia







ID





Indonesia (R)







IL





Israel







In





India (1) (R)







IR





Iran (1)







JM





Jamaica (3)







JP





Japan







KE





Kenya (1) (3)







KR





South Korea (1)







KZ





Kazakhstan (1) (3)







LK





Sri Lanka







MA





Morocco (1)








ME





Montenegro (1)







MG





Madagascar (1)







MM





Myanmar (1) (3) (9) (R)







MRI





Mauritania (1) (3)







MU





Mauritius (1)







MV





Maldives (1) (3)







MX





Mexico (1)







MY





Malaysia







MZ





Mozambique (1)







NA





Namibia (1) (3)







NC





New Caledonia (1)







NG





Nigeria (1) (3)







NINE





Nicaragua (1)







NZ





New Zealand







ABOUT





Oman (1) (3)







PA





Panama (1)







PE





Peru (1)







PF





French Polynesia (1) (3)







PG





Papua New Guinea (1) (3)







PH





Philippines (1)







PM





Saint Pierre and Miquelon (1) (3)







PK





Pakistan (1) (3)







RS





Serbia excluding Kosovo (1)







RU





Russia (3)







SA





Saudi Arabia (1)







SB





Solomon Islands (3)







SC





Seychelles (1) (3)







SG





Singapore







SH





Saint Helena (3)







SN





Senegal (1) (3)







SR





Suriname (1)







SV





El Salvador (1), (3)







TG





Togo (2) (3)







TH





Thailand (R)







TN





Tunisia (1)







TR





Turkey







TW





Taiwan







TZ





Tanzania (1)







UA





Ukraine (1)







UG





Uganda (1)







US





United States







UY





Uruguay (1)







VE





Venezuela (1)







VN





Viet Nam (1)







YE





Yemen (1) (3)







YT





Mayotte (1)







ZA





South Africa (3)







ZW





Zimbabwe (1)





 





Imports from the abovementioned third countries referred to in article. Note 1-9.







(A)





Adductor muscles of pectinidae, from which bodies trapped wild and sex glands are removed completely, may be imported from all third countries, see. However, the notes 1-9.







(R)





The third country and the food is subject to special import restrictions. Reference is made to the notice on the importation of food, etc. with special restrictions.







(1)





With the exception of live fish of aquaculture origin.







(2)





Only live lobster.







(3)





With the exception of aquaculture animals and products.







(4)





Only wild game trapped crayfish, wild captured heat-treated krebs and game captured frozen crayfish.







(5)





Only caviar.







(6)





Only wild fish products caught, cleaned (if necessary), frozen and packed in final packaging at sea.







(7)





Only fish that have not been prepared or processed in some other way than by heading, gutting, chilling or freezing.







(8)






The less frequent physical control, which is provided for by Commission decision 94/360/EC on the less frequency of physical checks of consignments of certain products to be imported from third countries in accordance with Directive 90/675/EEC shall not apply.







(9)





Only wild caught and frozen fish products (freshwater or saltwater fish and shrimp).













Annex 20-country list-bivalve molluscs, echinoderms, tunicates and marine snails in any ISO country code





Third countries







AU





Australia







CA





Canada







CL





Chile







GL





Greenland







JM





Jamaica (2)







JP





Japan (3)







KR





South Korea (3)







MA





Morocco (4)







NZ





New Zealand







PE





Peru (3) (R)







TH





Thailand (3)







TN





Tunisia







TR





Turkey







UY





Uruguay







VN





Viet Nam (3) Imports from the abovementioned third countries referred to in article. Note 1-4







(R)





The third country and the food is subject to special import restrictions. Reference is made to the notice on the importation of food, etc. with special restrictions.







(1)





Only frozen or processed bivalve molluscs, echinoderms, tunicates and marine snails, as well as chilled Pectinidae, from which the organs are removed, and that is wild or harvested in production areas classified as class A, see. Chapter II, part A, point 3, of annex II to Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 854/2004.







(2)





Only marine snails.







(3)





Only frozen or processed bivalve molluscs, echinoderms, tunicates and marine snails.







(4)





Processed bivalve molluscs belonging to the species Acanthocardia tuberculatum must be accompanied by:





 



(a))





An additional health attestation in accordance with the model in Appendix V, section B, annex VI to Commission Regulation 2074/2005 laying down detailed rules in respect of certain products in accordance with European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 853/2004 and concerning official controls in accordance with European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 854/2004 and (EC) No 1782/2003. 882/2004 derogating from European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 852/2004 and amending Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 853/2004 and (EC) No 1782/2003. 854/2004 (OJ L 338 of 22 December 2005, p. 27), and





 



(b))





analytical results of the test demonstrating that the molluscs do not have a content of paralytic shellfish poison (PSP), which can be detected by the biological analysis method.









Official notes


1) Ordinance contains provisions that implement the following acts or parts of these EU: Council Directive 89/662/EC of 11. December 1989 concerning veterinary checks in trade within the community, with a view to the completion of the internal market, official journal 1989, nr. L 395, p. 13, as last amended by Directive 2004/41/EC of 21. April 2004, the official journal of the European Union 2004, nr. L 157, page 33, Council Directive 92/118/EC of 17 May 2006. December 1992 laying down animal health and public health requirements governing trade in and imports of products which, as far as these conditions are not laid down in specific Community rules referred to in Annex A, Chapter 1 of Directive 89/662EØF as regards pathogens, in Directive 90/425/EEC, official journal 1993, nr. L 62, p. 49, as last amended by Regulation (EC) No 445/2004 of 10. March 2004, official journal 2004, nr. L 72, page 60, Council Directive 93/119/EC of 22. December 1993 on the protection of animals at the time of slaughter or killing, the official journal 1993 L 340, p. 21, as last amended by Regulation (EC) 1/2005/EC of 9. March 2005, the official journal of the European Union 2005, nr. L 3, page 1, Council Directive 96/23/EC of 29 April 2004. April 1996 on the control measures to be implemented for certain substances and residues thereof in live animals and animal products, as well as repealing Directive 85/358/EEC and 86/469/EEC and decisions 89/187/EEC and 91/664/EEC, official journal 1996, nr. L 125, p. 10, as last amended by Regulation (EC) no 596/2009 of 18. June 2009, the official journal of the European Union 2009, nr. L 188, page 14, Council Directive 97/78/EC of 18. December 1997 laying down the principles governing the organisation of veterinary checks on products from third countries entering the community, official journal 1998, nr. L 24, p. 9, as last amended by Directive 2006/104/EC of 20. November 2006, the official journal of the European Union 2006, nr. L 363, page 352, Council Directive 97/79/EC of 18. December 1997 amending directives 71/118/EEC, 72/462/EEC, 85/73/EEC, 91/67/EEC, 91/492/EEC, 91/493/EEC, 92/45/EEC, 92/118/EEC as regards the organisation of veterinary checks on products from third countries entering the community, official journal 1998, nr. L 24, page 31, Council Directive 2002/99/EC of 16. December 2002 laying down the animal health rules governing the production, processing, distribution and introduction of products of animal origin for human consumption, the official journal of the European Communities 2003, nr. L 18, page 11, and Council Directive 2006/88/EC of 24. October 2006 on animal health requirements for aquaculture animals and products thereof, and on the prevention and control of certain diseases in aquatic animals, the official journal of the European Union 2006, nr. L 328, p. 14, as amended by Directive 2008/53/EC of 30. April 2008, the official journal of the European Union 2008, nr. L 117, p. 27. The Ordinance also contains provisions which are necessary for the application of the following regulations, like certain provisions in these regulations are included: Commission Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 999/2001 of 22. May 2001 laying down rules for the prevention, control and eradication of certain transmissible spongiform encephalopathies, official journal 2001, nr. L 147, page 1, as last amended by Commission Regulation (EU) No. 189/2011 by 25. February 2011, the official journal 2011, nr. L 53, page 56, Commission Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 136/2004 of 22. January 2004 laying down procedures for the EC border inspection post of the veterinary checks on products from third countries, the official journal of the European Union 2004, nr. L 21, p. 11, as last amended by Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 206/2009 of 5. March 2009, the official journal of the European Union 2009, nr. 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June 2012, 2012, the official journal of the European Union no. L 144, page 1. According to article 288 of the Treaty where a regulation is directly applicable in each Member State. The reproduction of these provisions in the Law/Ordinance is thus entirely justified in practical terms and shall not affect the validity of the regulation's immediate in Denmark.