Notice On Payment For Control Of Food, Feed, Live Animals, Etc.

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

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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Area
Chapter 2 Checks in slaughterhouses with fixed-manning
Chapter 3 Control on live animals and certain products, etc.
Chapter 4 Control of food business establishments and so on
Chapter 5 Import control and IUU checking
Chapter 6 Verification of certain substances and residues in live animals and certain animal products
Chapter 7 Notification and approval etc. in the matter of food
Chapter 8 Laboratory examinations, etc.
Chapter 9 The control of feed and feed business, etc.
Chapter 10 Checks carried out by special units of the Food Management Agency and in particular the control of food supplements
Chapter 11 Assistance in connection with exports
Chapter 12 The check carried out by the National Business Authority
Chapter 13 Pensation
Chapter 14 Entry into force and so on.
Appendix 1 Controlevies for small slaughterhouses and game-handling establishments
Appendix 2 Conversion of slaughter numbers for animal specimens
Appendix 3 Laboratory tariffs

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

In accordance with section 28 (4), 1, section 44, section 45 (4). 1-4, 6, 10, and section 49, paragraph. 1, in the law of foodstuffs, cf. Law Order no. 820 of 1. July, 2011, as amended by law no. 1238 of 18. December 2012, section 30, paragraph 30. 4, in the Law on veterinarians, cf. Law Order no. 815 of 14. July 2012, section 31, section 53 and section 57 of the Law on Crew of Animals, cf. Law Order no. 814 of 14. July 2012, as amended by law no. 1238 of 18. December 2012, Section 114 a of the Law on Fishing and Fish Fired (Fisheries Law), cf. Law Order no. 978 of 26. September 2008, as amended by law no. 604 of 14. June 2011, section 1, paragraph 1. 3, no. 9 and no. 11, and Clause 1 (1) (a). 1, in the law of feedingstuffs, cf. Law Order no. 418 of 3. May 2011, and text labelling no. 158 on section 24 of the 2013 financial act and the authorisation shall be determined :

Chapter 1

Area

§ 1. The compost shall comprise the payment of a levy for the financing of the control and provision of checks and assistance for export, including inspection, authorisation, registration, approval, notification, certification and examination in relation to food, feed ; live animals and establishments, equipment and products, including non-food products, and not animal products.

§ 2. Payment in the following areas shall not be covered by the notice :

1) Payment for control, etc., in accordance with the notice of the international carriage of perishable foodstuffs.

2) Payment for the application setting maximum residue levels for pesticide residues in plant and animal products.

Chapter 2

Checks in slaughterhouses with fixed-manning

§ 3. Undertakings which, in accordance with food law, are authorised for slaughter, which are not covered by Section 22, shall pay for the checks carried out by the Food Authority under this chapter.

§ 4. The payment referred to in section 3 shall be calculated on the basis of established direct and joint control costs.

Paragraph 2. Direct control costs on each business include wages and so on to the inspection staff and the costs of laboratory testing and administrative expenditure in connection with the control execution of the control at the individual company.

Paragraph 3. The salary part shall be calculated on the basis of the recorded hourly usage multiplied by a standard hourly rate for the relevant personnel category. The standard hourly rate will be recalculated according to each quarter, based on the total cost of the total payroll costs of all of the section 3 involved in the quarterly basis. Furthermore, in the payroll part, wages are included in sickness which are not covered by paragraph 1. 4.

Paragraph 4. The following joint costs shall be distributed between undertakings in relation to their direct control costs :

1) Costs associated with administration of the control.

2) Expenditure resulting from the payment of on-call pay or the waiting money to be made redundant by senior auditors.

3) The cost of and related to the participation of the on-board inspection staff, including training for inspection staff for supervisors who are employed for the purpose of training.

4) Costs of and related cooperation representatives, representatives of trustees and of the security representatives in courses and meetings necessary for the operations of the functions concerned and the costs of inspection staff, which are granted freedom of pay to other professional activities.

5) Costs associated with the remuneration of the control staff on maternity leave or parental leave.

6) Costs associated with the remuneration of inspection staff who are on sick leave and where the employer is entitled to reimbursement after the sickness benefits section of Section 54 (4). 1.

7) Expenditure associated with the driving between slaughterhouses with fixed staffing, including wages and so on to the inspection staff during the run.

8) Administrative contributions to the Agency for Health and Safety Management and the compensation provided for in the case of work accidents.

9) Other expenditure as : Move Allowance, AER contribution, AES contribution, Flexjob pool contributions, and non-all-prehenATP contributions.

10) Expenditure associated with the Food Management Action to improve the working environment at slaughterhouses with fixed staffing.

11) Expenditure related to the work of the Food Management Agency for the conversion and advice of the staff of the staff, as well as expenses related to and associated with the participation of the control staff in management development activities and basic courses for the staff of the Food Management Board.

12) Depreciation of IT and inventory.

13) Expenditure associated with the development and maintenance of administrative systems, and depreciation of administrative systems.

Paragraph 5. On the basis of the budgeted direct and joint control costs, the percentage shall be calculated on the basis of the common control costs of the direct control costs.

Paragraph 6. Payment for the checks shall be charged for months. After the end of each month, the direct control costs shall be taken up to the end of each month. 2-3, and the collection of this in addition to the one in paragraph 1. 5 mentioned percentages shall be sent to the undertaking with a 10 day payment period.

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

Paragraph 2. Payment in accordance with paragraph 1. 1 shall be charged as part of the payment after Article 4.

§ 6. Where a company subject to section 3 requests its authorization revoked or implements such limitations in operations, that it may be made redundant in the control staff, this must be communicated to the FDA for such time as to ensure that the staff of the inspection staff is carried out ; termination alerts will expire at the latest when the changes take effect. If this does not happen, the company will reimburse all payroll expenses for the inspection staff from the day on which the changes have taken effect to the expiry of the termination notice.

Chapter 3

Control on live animals and certain products, etc.

§ 7. For authorization, approval, registration, certification, supervision or control and so on for live animals, agricultural holdings with animal production and animal non-food products, including by-products, a basic fee of DKK 346 is payable. where's 441 kr. per initiated quarters, cf. however, sections 8 to 18.

Paragraph 2. However, if such checks and so on are carried out on the seat of the food type without a visit to the requestor, no basic fee shall be subject to payment.

Paragraph 3. For the supervision of laboratories authorised to carry out pathological anatomical, microbiological, parasitological, immunological or serological tests for the identification of animal diseases, zoonoses or zoonotic infectants in the area ; animals, in the products of animals or in foodstuffs, shall be paid in accordance with paragraph 1. 1.

Paragraph 4. I shall be right back. Paragraph 1 shall also be paid in connection with the export of used agricultural machinery and equipment, etc., and other equipment, for which a veterinary certificate is required for export.

Paragraph 5. Takster, which, according to this chapter, is levior per. initiated 15 minutes shall apply to the period of time in which the authority is present in the controlled undertaking or the holding, etc.

Paragraph 6. The collection of payment shall be made available immediately after the checks carried out.

§ 8. assembly points and the export of exports where checks are carried out in accordance with the publication of livestock via concoleges and export rates to the checks of a basic fee of 346 kr., where DKK 230 kr is. per initiated 15 minutes.

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

Paragraph 3. Where checks are carried out by an official veterinarian on a working day in the time gap between the hours of the day. 7:00 AM and Time $1700 is paid no matter what. 1 a yest of $737. per commenced period, however, for at least 2 hours per year. inspection day by day veterinarian. The FDA may allow the inspection to be carried out by an official veterinarian when the following prerequisites are met :

1) Inspections concern animals for national turnover or export to countries of the European Union, or to Norway, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Andorra or San Marino as part of trade,

2) the notification period in section 6 (4) ; 2, in the announcement of the turnover of domestic animals through assembly points and export stabs ; and

3) it is manpower for the Food Management Board to provide an official veterinarian at its disposal.

Paragraph 4. In the case of an official veterinarian, the official veterinarian shall be understood to be employed and paid by the Food Authority on an hourly basis to provide for the veterinary shops at a collection point.

§ 9. For the control and so on for the export of live animals directly from a herd, including for the first time approval of a crew for regular direct export of clowns, a basic fee of 346 crane shall be paid for which DKK 218 kr. per initiated 15 minutes.

Paragraph 2. In the case of the issue of a TRACES certificate, it is payable when the issuance cannot be carried out on-line during the inspection visit, in addition to the following paragraph. 1 the amount fixed shall be a fee of 297 cranes, for the late submission to the Food Authority of the necessary information on the export of the export to 594 kr. For the submission of information, the operator shall not, in respect of exports, not within the 4 business days prior to the export period, cf. Notice no. 774 of 29. August 2001, section 10, paragraph 10. 1-2, section 18, paragraph 18. 4, and section 20 (4), 1, together with the prior notification, an electronically completed copy of the document ' TRACES del I-Information on the consignment, together with the prior notification, have submitted an electronically completed copy of the consignment, cf. Commission Decision 2003 /623/EC and Commission Regulation (EC) No 149/EC and Commission. 599/2004, for certification in the Food Authority.

§ 10. To cover the cost of checking the antibiotic consumption in pig herds, DKK 195 DKK per the pig herd with a minimum of 10 animals. Payment shall be charged on pig herds, as in the Food Ministry centre-animal hushusry records. 1. Feb has been registered with a minimum number of animals at least 10.

Paragraph 2. To cover the cost of issuing an injunction in accordance with the specific measures to reduce antibiotic consumption in pig stock, a statement shall be paid for such an opening 5.431 kr. Payment shall be collected in connection with the issue of the tender.

Paragraph 3. In the case of the checks referred to in paragraph 1, 2 mentioned bulle-open, paid for $2,864. per a checkup.

§ 11. For the attestation of the food management system at privates to other countries, a fee of DKK 156 kr is payable. per Animals.

§ 12. There shall be no payment of any section 7 for registration and ordinary checks, etc. for an installation, an enclosure or holding ;

1) with the breeding of ostrich birds,

2) with the breeding of foxes,

3) with farmed farmed game,

4) with farmed farmed game, or

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

§ 13. However, no section 7 shall be paid for registration and ordinary checks and so on in aquaculture.

§ 14. In the case of the registration of bovine animals, including the control of the registration and earmarking of the holding, payment is paid annually 18.21 kr. per the herd of animals of the herd. The amount shall be calculated on the basis of the number of annual animals in the crew for the year in question.

Paragraph 2. In the case of registration of sheep and goats, including checks on the registration and earmarking of the holding, EUR 440,32 per year is paid. per crew.

Paragraph 3. For bovine animals printed automatically from the Central Livestock register, $21.70 is paid. per paragraph However, for cattle passports ordered through Animal registration or at www.webdyr.dk, $16.70 is paid. per paragraph Documents are not paid for documents that are printed on your own printer from www.glr-chr.dk.

Paragraph 4. For health documents for sheep and goats printed automatically from the Central Home Livestock, DKK 25,90 kr is paid. per paragraph However, documents are not paid for documents printed on their own printer from www.glr-chr.dk

Paragraph 5. In the event of a request, the FDA shall be manually drawn up in paragraph 1. The documents or replacement documents for such documents or documents shall be established in accordance with paragraph 1. The documents referred to in paragraph 7 shall be paid in accordance with the rate specified in section 7 per year, in accordance with the said Annex, in the Central Homemade Home Liatical Liatical (3). initiated 15 minutes.

Paragraph 6. For the registration and control of the movement of pigs, etc. shall be paid a yearly fee of 300,79 kr. per herd, and for each relocation of pigs, a fee of 4.26 kr.

Paragraph 7. The FDA is responsible for the administration of the operations referred to in paragraph 1 The provisions of 1 to 6.

§ 15. For the submission of forms by the Food Management Board for veterinarians, DKK 12,75 kr. per stk., cf. Regulation (EC) No, Regulation (EC) No, 998/2003 of 26. May 2003 on animal health conditions governing the non-commercial movement of pet animals and amending Council Directive 92/65 / EEC.

Paragraph 2. The passports are not sent in numbers under 10 at a time.

§ 16. Milk-producing holdings shall pay for ordinary checks the following charges :

1) Statements which use quality advice in the Mejeria / Agriculture &Food bovine animals as part of the self-control payment shall pay an annual charge of 148 kr.

2) Ornaments which do not benefit from the quality of the Mejeria / Agriculture / Agriculture-Bovine animals as part of the self-control payment shall pay an annual charge of DKK 814.

Paragraph 2. The one in paragraph 1. Paragraph 1 shall be levion of the agricultural production holdings in question once a year in the second quarter, or it may be subject to agreement with the FDA to be paid for by an inter-branch organisation. The tax shall cover the calendar year and shall be paid by all holdings registered as milk-producing by week 22 the year in question.

§ 17. To cover the costs of ordinary checks in crews under the law of indoor piglets, breeding and slaughtering pigs, on outdoor pigs, on the indoor crew of pigs, laws on indoor seagoing lakes and manure, law on the crew of the dairy cows and the offspring of : dairy cattle, the law on carcases of carcases, the law on carcases of carcases and the protection of animals shall be paid an annual amount of 873 kr. per crew, as of the central livestock production register of the Ministry of Livestock. 1. Feb has been registered with a minimum number of animals at least 10. The amount of the amount shall not be charged for farm production.

Paragraph 2. To cover the costs of checks on the obligations of the animals in relation to own checks on animal welfare in herds, practitioners are paying practitioners who have entered into health care contracts with owners, etc. of herds ; of bovine animals, swine, sheep, goats or mink of an annual amount of 873 kr. The amount shall be paid by veterinarians as per. 1. Feb has been registered with at least one health advisory agreement.

Paragraph 3. To cover expenditure in relation to the oversight of the slaughterhouses in accordance with section 9, in the case of carcases of carcases, the producers of carcases that supply carcases into slaughterhouses here in the country shall pay a amount of 822 kr. for each delivery and for each house from which the chickens are delivered.

§ 18. Where, in an establishment or holding subject to this chapter, the following checks shall be carried out (the following checks), after notification of non-compliance with the law on food, of the Ecological Act, or of the Law on the Crew of Animals, of the Order of the Order of Nocels of Nocels, Whereas, pursuant to the aforementioned laws, or EU rules in the field, the following charges shall be paid for the additional costs associated with the monitoring of the costs :

1) For the inspections carried out, they shall be paid in section 7 (3). 1, listed tariffs.

2) To perform additional checks on an opening, a ban or a penalty shall be paid on the basis of the following item : 1 shall be a fee of 1 934 kr. to cover the additional processing costs associated with it.

3) When administrative extrasents are carried out (for example, documentation that is carried out without a check visit) as a follow-up to an opening, a ban, a fine or an injunction shall be paid in paragraph 1. 2 led charges.

4) When laboratory examinations are carried out in the additional checks, the tariffs referred to in Annex 3 shall be paid.

5) However, when the following checks are carried out by the FDA, the travel team of the Food Management Agency shall be paid no matter the number of any number of the following : Paragraph 1-2 in section 60 (2). 3, rate specified.

Paragraph 2. In addition to those referred to in paragraph 1, in the case of an exceptional monitoring of visits from the Mejerials / Agriculture-Quaker / Agriculture-Quake-Quaker / Agriculture-Quake-Quaker-Quake-Quaker-Quaker-Quake-Quaker-Quaker-Quaker-Qua with possible breaches of food law.

Paragraph 3. Where there is a holding covered by this Chapter, the following checks shall be carried out after compliance with the law on indoor piglets of piglets, breeding and slaughtering pigs, on outdoor pigs, on the indoor teams of pigs ; seamen and manure laws on bovine animals and derived from milking bovine animals, the law on carcases of carcases, the law on carcases of carcases, the law of veterinary surgees, the Law on veterinarians and Animal Shelf, and of notices issued pursuant to the said laws ; or Whereas, within the territory of the European Union, the following charges shall be paid for the additional interrelated checks, cost :

1) For the inspections carried out, they shall be paid in section 7 (3). 1, listed tariffs.

2) To perform additional checks on an opening, a ban or a penalty shall be paid on the basis of the following item : 1 shall be a fee of 2.697 kr. to cover the additional processing costs associated with it.

3) When administrative extrasents are carried out (for example, documentation that is carried out without a check visit) as a follow-up to an opening, a ban, a fine or an injunction shall be paid in paragraph 1. 2 led charges.

Paragraph 4. Payment shall be levior in accordance with the rules laid down in Article 28 of the Regulation (EC) No 2. (2) 882/2004) in the case of undertakings, etc., which are responsible for non-compliance if this or those undertakings are situated in Denmark. Otherwise, the payment of the owner or holder of the products in question shall be charged at the time of the extraction of the additional checks.

§ 19. Payment commitments established under Clause 17 or Section 18 (3). 3 and which are not paid in due time, be attributed to an annual interest rate corresponding to the interest rate determined under interest-rate-5, from the day of the fall. However, interest shall be at least 50 kr. For memoirs, a fee of 100 kr is paid. The amount is rounded to the nearest with 10 delegate crown amounts.

Chapter 4

Control of food business establishments and so on

20. In the case of checks in food establishments, other than those of Chapter 2 covered slaughterhouses and in undertakings with the manufacture or distribution of materials and articles intended for contact with food shall be paid, cf. however, sections 21-28, a basic fee of 346 kr. to which is $50 50. per initiated 15 minutes.

Paragraph 2. If it is deemed necessary to comply with the purpose of the inspection visit to a company or to ensure the faster completion of the control, that the visit is carried out by several concurrent control staff, the Quartet shall be paid in accordance with paragraph 1. 1 for each of these.

Paragraph 3. The keys in paragraph 1. Paragraph 1 shall also apply to requisitioned services, such as filling of food consignments.

Paragraph 4. However, if such checks and so on are carried out on the seat of the food type without a visit to the requestor, no basic fee shall be subject to payment.

Paragraph 5. Takster, which, according to this chapter, is levior per. initiated 15 minutes shall be used for the period of time in which the authority is present in the controlled undertaking and shall be submitted on a continuous basis immediately after the checks or performance of the checks carried out.

§ 21. In the case of ordinary checks on retailer, including the treatment of foodstuffs etc., and for ordinary checks carried out in accordance with eco-law, only a charge for the part of the checks, which is also covered by one of the following schemes :

1) The voluntary labelling scheme in accordance with the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 2020/20. 1760/2000 of 17. July 2000 establishing a system for the identification and registration of. the bovine animals and the labelling of beef and beef products and the repeal of Council Regulation (EC) No 2 ; 820/97.

2) Commission Regulation (EC) No, 607/2009 of 14. July 2009 laying down detailed rules for the application of Council Regulation (EC) No In the case of protected designations of origin and protected geographical indications, traditional terms and labelling and presentation of certain wine-growing products, 479/2008.

Paragraph 2. For the purposes of this notice, the processing and marketing of foodstuffs intended for the final consumer, including at the time of the sale of the goods, shall be taken into account. A retailer is still considered to be retailer in this notice, even though it has a limited marketing of food to other retailers, cf. notification of the authorisation and registration of food establishments and so on.

§ 22. For ordinary checks in establishments which are authorized or registered only to carry out the transport of foodstuffs, any fixed annual amount of DKK 903 per 20. The payment shall be charged for establishments approved or registered by : 1. On April of that year.

-23. However, in the case of partial financing of the cost of checks in small slaughterhouses and in wild game processing companies, enterprises shall pay, cf. $20, a basic fee of $300. per the date on which the meaton-call exercise is carried out, and a levy calculated on the basis of the rates set out in Annex 1.

Paragraph 2. When a producer of farmed game or bison uses the ability to make ante mortem inspection and killing of animals for slaughter on the holding, this separate shall pay a basic fee as set out in paragraph 1. 1.

Paragraph 3. For small abattoirs, slaughterhouses, which in one year do not slaughter over 30 000 units of animal specimens, are calculated as the number of animal units is calculated as shown in Annex 2 ; each quarter of the quarter is the number of animal units slaughtered in a company in the last four quarters, and a slaughterhouse, which in the four most recent quarters has had a production exceeding the 30 000 animal units limit, is not considered and with the following quarter not as a small slaughterhouse.

Paragraph 4. In the following cases, the rates listed in Annex 1 shall be increased with the following factors :

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

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

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

4) When control is particularly resourciling, because the control is called more than three times on the same day of capacity or planning causes, the rates shall be increased by multiplication by the factor 3 for today's slaughtering.

Paragraph 5. The people in paragraph 3. 4, no. In addition, 1, 2 and 4 shall not apply to the invocation of the veterinary checks for an emergency slaughter, cf. paragraph 6.

Paragraph 6. The check request must be submitted at the latest. 14 everyday life before the check is carried out. However, this warning period shall not apply where a veterinarian has attested that slaughter for animal welfare reasons should take place without undue delay (emergency slaughter).

Paragraph 7. For the inspection carried out in accordance with the voluntary labelling scheme pursuant to Article 16 or Article 17 of the Regulation (EC) No 2 of the European Parliament and of the Council (EC) No 1760/2000 of 17. July 2000 establishing a system for the identification and registration of bovine animals and the labelling of beef and beef products and the repeal of Council Regulation (EC) No (EC) No 2 ; In paragraph 20, 820/97 will be paid in section 20.

Paragraph 8. The levy shall be charged for months of payment period 30 days after the submission of the bill. Tax amount that amounts to less than 25 crane shall not be charged.

§ 24. For food establishments which are not covered by Section 23 or Chapter 2, or to store or handle meat or products thereof and subject to the rules of the European Parliament and of the Council (EC) No 2 to be subject to the rules of the European Parliament and of the Council. 853/2004 of 29. April 2004 on the specific hygiene rules applicable to foodstuffs of animal origin and where the control frequency of the supervisory authority implies that the checks are available daily or at least once a weekly, paid for any part 20 a charge calculated on the direct and indirect control costs established.

Paragraph 2. Direct control costs on each business include wages and so on to the inspection staff, the cost of laboratory testing of samples, the costs of transport and administrative expenditure in connection with the implementation of the control on the test. individual business.

Paragraph 3. To cover indirect control costs, a supplement to the direct control costs shall be calculated on the basis of the costs referred to in section 4 (4). 5. Percentage.

Paragraph 4. The payment of pension obligations for inspection staff covered by a State pension scheme without payment of pension contributions to a pension fund shall pay the payment of the payment of a pension fund. 1 included undertakings a levy calculated on the basis of the pension salary that relates to this staff.

Paragraph 5. Charges will be charged for months.

§ 25. For the monitoring of production areas for bivalve molluscs, fishermen who have obtained authorisation for fishing for bivalve molluscs, the actual holding the sampling and analysis costs incurred for the AlgeSurveillance System, are paying for the fishing.

SECTION 26. No payment shall be paid in addition to the amount of certificates (health certificates) and zoosanitary declarations for export to non-member countries of food, including additives, subject to the amount of certificates (health certificates) and zoosanitary declarations for export to third countries, including additives, unless the person concerned ; the attestation is covered by paragraph 1. 2.

Paragraph 2. Where certification requires special investigations or checks on activities or goods, including seals or affillings, etc., shall be paid after 20 and Chapter 8 of this Directive. However, if such checks and so on are carried out on the seat of the food type without a visit to the requestor, no basic fee shall be subject to payment.

§ 27. However, no 20 shall be paid for ordinary checks in small dairy companies producing on the basis of less than 2 million. kg milk per kilo ; Years. In the case of extraordinary (the following) checks in such undertakings shall be paid under section 28.

§ 28. Where, in the case of a business covered by this Chapter, additional checks are carried out (follow-up checks), including tighter checks, after compliance with the law on food, of the ecological law or by law on animals of animals, of : Whereas, pursuant to the laws, regulations or Community rules laid down in the territory of the Community, the following charges shall be paid for the additional costs associated with the monitoring of the costs :

1) For the checks carried out, the rates referred to in section 20 are paid.

2) To perform additional checks on an opening, a ban or a penalty shall be paid on the basis of the following item : 1 shall be a fee of 1 934 kr. to cover the additional processing costs associated with it. However, the fee shall not be subject to a ban, injunction or fines issued by the FDA in the field of investigation and accounting control.

3) When laboratory examinations are carried out in the additional checks, the tariffs referred to in Annex 3 shall be paid.

4) However, when the following checks are carried out by the FDA, the travel team of the Food Management Agency shall be paid no matter the number of any number of the following : Paragraph 1-2 in section 60 (2). 3, rate specified.

Paragraph 2. Payment shall be levior in accordance with the rules laid down in Article 28 of the Regulation (EC) No 2. (2) 882/2004) or undertakings responsible for non-compliance, provided that such establishments or those undertakings are situated in Denmark. Otherwise, the payment of the owner or holder of the products in question shall be charged at the time of the extraction of the additional checks.

Chapter 5

Import control and IUU checking

§ 29. for the control of imports of live animals and products of animal origin, etc., food, including certain non-food products covered by import restrictions, as well as materials and articles intended for contact with food, from countries or areas that are not Members of the European Union (third countries) shall be paid, cf. however, paragraph 1 Five-seven, a basic fee of 346 kr., 50 5 kroner. per initiated 15 minutes.

Paragraph 2. Paragraph 1 shall apply by analoging to the entry and exit from the customs warehouses, stocks in free zones and the shipping companies of products from third countries.

Paragraph 3. For veterinary imports of the following products, the following shall be subject to paragraph 1. 1 :

1) Gylle.

2) Pathogens.

3) Hay and straw.

Paragraph 4. The keys in paragraph 1. Paragraph 1 shall apply mutatis mutias to the export of live animals in cases where the third country concerned requires exports to be carried out over a border inspection post.

Paragraph 5. No charge shall be paid in relation to imports from the following countries : Norway, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Andorra and San Marino as well as for fish and fish products and bivalve molluscs, echinoders, tunicates and marine snails, and also the Faroes and Iceland.

Paragraph 6. For the import control of fresh fish and fishery products which are directly from the sea from cold and factory vessels, and shall be paid no matter where paragraph is taken. 1 a basic fee of 346 kr; for which DKK 699 kr. per started class.

Paragraph 7. However, for the control of live animals and products of animal origin and other products of animal origin in New Zealand, they shall be paid no more than paragraph 1. 1 the following charges.

1) For live animals : 37,26 kr. EUR 5 (5 euro) per tons.

2) For products of animal origin, other than fish and fishery products : 11,18 kr. (EUR 1.5) per tons.

3) However, no matter no. 1 and 2 at least 223,54 kr. (EUR 30) per lot and no more than 2,607.96 kr. (EUR 350) per Party.

Paragraph 8. Takster, which, according to this chapter, is levior per. commencing, minutes or period, is used for the period of time the appointing authority shall apply to the direct control of the individual consignment (identity checks and physical checks).

-$30. For import controls which cannot be carried out on account of the requestor ' rate, an amount equal to a basic fee shall be paid by an Appendix of 8 minutes, cf. § 29, paragraph. 1.

§ 31. In the case of exceptional laboratory tests of special products and animals or products and animals from special countries, areas or undertakings which are required under EU rules, the analyses shall be paid for the analyses under Chapter 8, cf. Annex 3, where laboratory analyses of 100% of imported parties are carried out.

Paragraph 2. In the case of tighter checks, it shall be paid for the period of time after paragraph 29 (3). 1 and, where appropriate, laboratory examinations referred to in Chapter 8.

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

§ 33. For the purpose of financing of the IUU control in respect of the import of fish and fishery products from third countries and in the case of the re-export of such items, DKK 296 kr. per catch state test, cf. however, paragraph 1 2-3.

Paragraph 2. However, for imports of fish and fishery products from low-risk countries, however, only 184 kr. per the catch-state test.

Paragraph 3. Paragraph 1-2 shall not apply to imports at direct landing.

Paragraph 4. A low-risk country means a flag State whose catches are subjected to checks and verification by a lower frequency than the standard and whose products are physically controlled by a lower frequency than standard on the basis of the national or of ; The EU established risk assessment.

Paragraph 5. The following countries are considered to be a low-risk country : Norway.

Chapter 6

Verification of certain substances and residues in live animals and certain animal products

§ 34. To cover the costs of verifying certain substances and residues in slaughter and meat and fish, milk and eggs, carried out in accordance with the notice of certain contaminants in foodstuffs and the application of the animal-owners of the animal ; medicinal products for animals, as well as official controls and the self-determination of food business operators, shall be subject to the following charges :

1) Entities in which the slaughter of livestock or farmed game is carried out or where the slaughter of animals takes place, 14.35 kr. per Meat.

2) Aquaculture, where fish are produced, $22.98 is paid. per tonnes of net oproduced fish. Net production means the weight of the fragged fish deducted from the weight of the fish to the fish. Animal by-products are not included in the net production.

3) Entities receiving milk from livestock directly from milk producers for use as a food supply of food shall pay 0,18 kr. per A thousand in unprocessed raw milk.

4) Gluas and chicken coats from which eggs are sold directly to human consumption shall pay EUR 10.37 kr. per tonnes of eggs produced or packed in the establishment.

$35. The establishments referred to in Article 34 shall report to the Food Service Management Board no later than one month after a quarter of the end of the production of the product in the previous quarter. However, for the marketing of fish-producing farms, only 1 January of the year for the previous year shall be reported annually. On the basis of the notification, a charge of charges shall be collected by a charge. The deposit shall be made within 30 days of the submission of the collection.

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

Paragraph 3. The report takes a closer look at the instructions of the Food Management Board. In order to facilitate the administration of the undertakings concerned, the Food Authority may let the operators in the establishments concerned leave the 1 the reports referred to shall be included as part of other reports.

§ 36. Where an official sample is examined in the presence of residues exceeding the maximum limit value, the herd shall pay to the herd from which they were inspecting animals or products, because the checks subsequently carried out after the tariffs are carried out in section 7 and Chapter 8.

Chapter 7

Notification and approval etc. in the matter of food

§ 37. Entities notified to the Food Authority to the addition of nutrients to food according to rules laid down under Clause 8 and 9 of the Food Safety Act, the following rates shall be paid :

1) In the case of an individual permit, a fee of 7 000 DKK shall be paid.

2) For the notification of electrolytes for sports drinks (electrolytes), i.e. However, carbon-containing added electrolytes is only paid a fee of DKK 2 000.

3) By notification, in accordance with general authorisation, cf. Notice no. 1104 of 26. November 2012 on the addition of nutrients to food will be paid a fee of DKK 2 000.

4) However, in the case of the notification of flavourings and identical products under various names, 2 000 Kr2 shall be paid for DKK 7,000. for the first product.

Paragraph 2. Entities requesting the Food Authority for the approval of a nutrient in accordance with rules laid down under Clause 8 and 9 of the Food and Food Safety Act, or requesting an extension of a permit for the use of a nutrient, the following shall be paid : tariffs :

1) Geoff for approval of a nutrient : 18.500 kr.

2) Charge for approval of a nutrient rated by JECFA or SCF/EFSA : 8.200 kr.

3) Order for renewal of the authorization to use a nutrient : 1,500 kr.

Paragraph 3. Undertakings requesting the FDA for approval of the control and surveillance equipment and so on under rules laid down in section 35 (3). One, in the food law, pays a fee of $2.100 kr.

Paragraph 4. Entities requesting the Food Authority for the approval of an enzyme pursuant to section 8 and 9 of the Act of Food and Requesting for approval of a change to the use of an enzyme pays the following rates :

1) Charges for approval of an enzyme : 18,500 kr.

2) Charges for the approval of an enzyme, for which toxicological studies are not required : 7.700 kr.

3) For the approval of an enzyme, for which a modification of the microbial exit organism requires the presentation of toxicological studies : 9,600 kr.

4) Change fee for change usage : 4,000 kr.

5) For the approval of an enzyme for which the production method has been changed, the microbial exit organism has not been altered : 4 000 DKK

Paragraph 5. Companies which, in accordance with Regulation (EC) No, of the European Parliament and of the Council, The 258/97 on novel foods and novel food ingredients shall apply for the approval of novel foods and food ingredients, pay a fee for the actual costs incurred by the processing of the case, calculated on the basis of applied, Case processing time. However, the fee may not exceed 150,000 DKK. Before the case procedure can be started, a deposit of 10 000 DKK shall be deposited. to the FDA.

Paragraph 6. Undertakings requesting the FDA for approval of a disinfectant, mammals, mammals or medium used for yverhygiene, shall pay a fee of 7,700 kr. However, if the approval relates only to the name change, parallel approval or similar non-toxicological assessment, the fee shall be 2,900 kr.

Chapter 8

Laboratory examinations, etc.

§ 38. The charges referred to in Annex 3 shall be paid for laboratory examinations carried out by the Food Management Laboratory laboratories when these studies are not an indentation in ordinary checks after sections 20 to 23 or 29.

§ 39. For the control of protein content in skins for exports, they are paying the enlisted undertakings in accordance with Annex 3.

§ 40. For quality control with deliveries of canned goods under the World Food Programme (World Food Programme), the analyses carried out in accordance with Annex 3.

Chapter 9

The control of feed and feed business, etc.

§ 41. Feedingstuffs which, in accordance with the publication of feed and feed business, are subject to registration or approval, shall pay the fees and charges referred to in this chapter to cover the costs incurred by the Food Management Board ; administration and control, etc., in accordance with the law of animal feed, notification of feed and feed business operators and the European Union regulations on matters covered by that law.

Paragraph 2. Accredited control bodies that carry out auditing of the quality system for the feed business must pay the rates referred to in Section 53 to cover the cost of the Food Management expenditure on ongoing supervision, instruction and supervision, etc., in accordance with the notification of feed and feed business and the Regulation (EC) No 882/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 29. April 2004 on official control for the verification of compliance with feed and food law and animal health and animal welfare rules.

Application fee

§ 42. For the application for registration or approval pursuant to section 14 of the notice of feed and feed business, feed establishments, other than those engaged exclusively in primary production, shall pay a fee of $518 kr.

Annual Tax

§ 43. Feedingstuffs, other than companies which have activities alone as set out in paragraph 1. 2 or paragraph 1. 3, shall pay a yearly fee of 2.074 kr. per unit, cf. Section 14, paragraph 14. 5, in the notice of feed and feed business. However, for feed establishments whose income for the sale or handling of feedingstuffs in the preceding calendar year does not exceed 50 000, the amount shall be reduced to 202 kr.

Paragraph 2. Feedingstuffs that transport feed alone must be taken by the animal feed. unit pay an annual tax of 1.556 kr. However, for undertakings whose income from handling feedingstuffs in the preceding calendar year does not exceed 50 000, the amount shall be reduced to 202 kr.

Paragraph 3. Feedingstuffs which use premixtures or feed additives in pure form shall have to be used by the animal (s) per year. CVR no. or CPR no. pay an annual charge of $1,556 kr.

Paragraph 4. Where the unit of a feed business is in accordance with paragraph 1. One-point-three, pay another annual charges for the same unit, paid for the first charge of the most expensive category.

§ 44. Feedingstuffs which are registered or approved only part of the year may not require the refund or reduction of the annual tax.

Volume tax, etc.

Production

§ 45. Feedingstuffs which produce premixtures shall pay a quantity tax of DKK 903. per full 100 tonnes of dry matter for the feed materials included in the feed produced. However, in the case of feedingstuffs exported to third countries, the amount shall be reduced to 398 kr.

Paragraph 2. Feedingstuffs which produce compound feedingstuffs, except for compound feedingstuffs, shall pay a quantity of DKK 93.50. per full 100 tonnes of dry matter for the feed materials included in the feed produced. However, in the case of feedingstuffs exported to third countries, the amount shall be reduced to 398 kr.

Paragraph 3. Feedingstuffs which produce compound feedingstuffs must pay a quantity of DKK 451 kr. per full 100 tonnes of dry matter for the feed materials included in the feed produced. However, in the case of feedingstuffs exported to third countries, the amount shall be reduced to DKK 298 kr.

Paragraph 4. In the case of feedingstuffs, this notice shall mean products as defined in Regulation (EC) No 2 of the European Parliament and of the Council. 767/2009 of 13. July 2009 on the marketing and use of animal feed, amendment of Regulation (EC) No 2 of the European Parliament and of the Council. 1831/2003 and repeal Council Directive 79 /373/EEC, Commission Directive 80 /511/EEC, Council Directive 82 /4 7 1 / EEC, 83 /228/EEC, 93 /74/EEC, 93 /1113/EC and 96 /25/EC and Commission Decision 2004 /217/EC, excluding cereals from barley, wheat, oats, rye and triticale and processed products thereof.

§ 46. Feedingstuffs producing food additives must pay a quantity of tax of 13.8 kr. per full 100 kilograms : for the additives in feed additives. However, in the case of feedingstuffs exported to third countries, the amount shall be reduced to 8.96 kr.

Trade and Export

§ 47. Feedingstuffs which sell feed materials to end-user in this country or to other EU countries must pay a quantity tax of DKK 93.50. per Full 100 tons of dry matter for the feed materials sold. In the case of feed materials exported to third countries, a quantity tax of 398 kr is payable. per Full 100 tons of dry stuff.

Paragraph 2. Feedingstuffs which either import or from another EU country feed on feed must pay a quantity tax of DKK 903. per full 100 tonnes of dry matter for feed materials included in the imported or imported feed.

Paragraph 3. Feedingstuffs which, for use on their own farm, either import, or from another EU country, import feed materials, compound feedingstuffs or premixtures, shall pay a quantity tax of DKK 93.50. per full 100 tonnes of dry matter for the feed materials concerned.

Paragraph 4. Feedingstuffs, including those engaged in primary production, either importing or from another EU country, use feed, or by means of sale or by use on their own holdings, pay a quantity tax of 13.8 kr. per full 100 kilograms, dry matter of feed additives in clean form and the feed additives included in the imported or imported feed.

§ 48. The exception of the fee shall be feed materials or feed additives which have previously released the FDA in the case of turnover within the EU.

Paragraph 2. Feedinges inextricably released a fee to the Food Authority on export shall be subject to the reintroduction into Denmark for a fee equal to the difference between the price of feed sold to non-EU and feed materials sold within the Community ; EU.

Reporting

§ 49. Feedingstuffs must, at the request of the Food Authority and by a deadline set by the Management Board, provide to the Management Board the information on the company ' s import, trade, production and sale at the latest completed calendar year necessary for : the calculation of the quantity tax and the determination of the annual charge. The Management Board may request additional information and documentation.

Paragraph 2. Report pursuant to paragraph 1. 1 shall be digitally in accordance with the detailed instructions of the Food Management Board.

Paragraph 3. In the case of an undertaking to notify the Management Board the necessary information within the time limit laid down, the Management Board shall determine the basis for the quantity fees estimated.

Paragraph 4. The FDA controls the reported information.

New Companies

$50. For the first time, for feed establishments approved or registered for the first time, the annual volume charges shall be calculated for the period from the entry or registration of the registration and to the end of the calendar year in question on the basis of the establishment ' s premises ; information on expected import, trade and sales in the period concerned.

Paragraph 2. In the company's second registration year, the quantity fees shall be calculated to cover the control over this calendar year on the basis of the company's information on expected imports, trade and sales throughout the calendar year.

Paragraph 3. From the company ' s third registration year, the quantity charges shall be calculated in the current calendar year on the basis of the company ' s information concerning actual imports, trade and sales in the immediate preceding year.

The levying of a levy and cessation of activities, etc.

§ 51. The annual volume charges shall be levion of the person who is the owner of the establishment at the time of collection.

Paragraph 2. Feedingstuffs, resulting from cessation of notification of their approval or registration in the course of the calendar year, shall be reimbursed to quantities corresponding to that part of the calendar year, where the company no longer has any activity, if : the termination or expected termination of feed establishments shall be received by the Food and Food Authority at the latest by 31. December, in the year in question.

Paragraph 3. The company transfer during the calendar year does not cause a refund to be reimbursed.

Reduction quantity tax

§ 52. Feedingstuffs, which have been assessed by the Food Authority, to comply with the requirements of Regulation (EC) No 2 of the European Parliament and of the Council. 183/2005 of 12. In January 2005 on requirements for feed hygiene, a reduction of 5% shall be achieved. the quantity of animal feed on feed materials or additives.

Paragraph 2. The amount of the quantity of the quantity shall be calculated by the feed materials included in the feed. In cases where the calculated fee amounts to such a large amount of money in relation to the feed materials or feed additives, the feed business is in the context of the annual report in accordance with the annual report. Article 49 may make it possible for the volume of the levy to be significantly distorted, and the Food Management Board may make a reduction in the quantity of the volume of the volume of the product.

Paragraph 3. The amount of the quantity of the quantity to be reduced shall be submitted at the same time as the information required for the calculation of the quantity tax, cf. § 49.

Payment for control and so on

§ 53. Feedingstuffs subject to section 43 (4). 1 and 2 shall be subject to supervision before approval and auditing and monitoring, including preparation and follow-up to this, shall pay a basic fee of 1,244 crane to which ECU 679 kr is. per commenced hour for control and so on by academic employees and 505 kr. per commenced hour for control and so on by office officials, laborers and controllers. No basic fee shall be paid if the control activity does not include an inspection visit to the establishment.

§ 54. Food business establishments which have also been approved or registered as feed establishments in accordance with the notice of feed and feed business, because they sell by-products for use as feed, pay for checks in accordance with Chapter 4.

Third-party auditing payment

§ 55. Accredited inspection bodies which, in accordance with Chapter 10 of the notice of feed and feed business, apply the Food Authority for approval to carry out the management of the steering control (s) of the quality assurance system of the feed undertaking, pay the hourly rates specified in section 53 for the time spent by the Food Management Committee in connection with the examination of the application.

§ 56. Feedingstuffs must pay the time-needed hours for the time spent by the Food Management Agency for the management visits of the Management Board to ensure that inspection visits are carried out.

Exceptions and wastes

§ 57. Where, in a business or holding subject, the following checks are carried out (the following checks are carried out) after notification of non-compliance with the law on feedingstuffs, on the law of food, of the ecological law, of the notices issued under the terms of the law on animal nutrition, the tariff rules referred to in section 53 shall be paid for the said laws or rules of the European Union.

Paragraph 2. Payment shall be levior in accordance with the rules laid down in Article 28 of the Regulation (EC) No 2. (2) 882/2004) or undertakings responsible for non-compliance, provided that such establishments or those undertakings are situated in Denmark. Otherwise, the payment of the owner or holder of the products in question shall be charged at the time of the extraction of the additional checks.

§ 58. Payment after this chapter decreens by claims and payment shall be made within 30 days of the date of the invoice.

Chapter 10

Checks carried out by special units of the Food Management Agency and in particular the control of food supplements

$59. Enterprises approved for the export of meat and meat products to the United States shall pay the costs of the operation of the auditory unit.

Paragraph 2. The cost of the audits shall be distributed among the companies involved in the consumption of the time used at the time of the individual company and is to be collected quarterly.

§ 60. Undertakings, as provided for in Chapters 2 and sections 20 and 24 pay for ordinary checks, pay in accordance with. Section 45 (3). 8-9, in the case of food for partial financing of the travel team in the Food Management Travel Team, in the field of investigation and accounting auditing an annual tax of 570 kr. The payment shall be charged for establishments approved or registered by : 1. September of the year in question.

Paragraph 2. Paragraph 1 shall not apply to establishments covered by Section 21 (Retail Company).

Paragraph 3. When the travel team of the food management team with a specialty in investigation and clearance of accounting checks is carried out after compliance with the law on food, the laws of the ecology or the Law on the Crew of Animals of Experts of Experts of Accitation the said laws, or EU rules in the field of the territory, shall be paid for DKK 591. per the starting hour for the total time consumption of the controls that have been caused by the failure to comply with the said rules.

§ 61. Undertakings which have notified one or more food supplements to negotiate in Denmark and which have an annual turnover of more than 50,000 cranes, to cover costs related to the increase in costs of food supplements, shall pay an annual amount of 12.852 kr. as well as an annual amount per Cost of food supplements at 1,028 kr.

Paragraph 2. Charges shall be levion for the establishments and products registered for each other. 1. September of the year in question.

Chapter 11

Assistance in connection with exports

§ 62. To finance the work of the Food Management Board, the creation and retention of the best options for the export of food, feed and live animals and animal feed products, including breeding materials, inter alia, by drawing up models for export certificates ; and negotiate the design of these by the taking countries, by the notification of consignments, by participating in the inspections of Danish undertakings and by participating in meetings with the authorities of the country of departure, shall be paid in addition to those of sections 4, section 7 and section 26 (6). 2, covered amount 50 kr. per issued an export certificate or certificate, including pre-export certificates, etc.

§ 63. Upon request, when the FDA provides assistance for the solution of particular problems related to the export of food, feed and live animals, and animal feed products, for example, when the consignments of the consignor are held in detention as a result of the consignor's own circumstances ; abroad, when a business on account of their own relationships, or when a company wishes to participate in the management of the Food Management Board on its own initiative, the requestor shall pay 735 kr. per Hour.

Paragraph 2. Any detainees in connection with the aid shall be paid by the requestor.

Chapter 12

The check carried out by the National Business Authority

§ 64. For the control of fish and fishery products from vessels, including factory vessels, Iceland, Norway or the Faroe Islands, for consumption, processing, or further shipment, 19.7 DKK 19.7. per tonnes for fish and fish products which are directly from the sea from a vessel when it comes to quantities up to 50 tonnes and 9,88 kr. per tons of crowds over here. In the case of herring and mackerel, the charge may be the charge listed in 1. ptangle, however, not exceeding 988.21 kr. per unloaded lot.

Paragraph 2. The one in paragraph 1. Paragraph 1 shall be levior in the case of landing. However, the levy may be leviated on the first marketing, the collection of which is not appropriate for the landing. The payment of the payment shall be the first buyer or his authorized representative.

Paragraph 3. Those of you. 1-2 covered undertakings, as well as fishing operations, fishing orderings, assembly centres, fish sales associations and similar emitting information on the quantity of ilandalous fish, including information about first-night queues, after the scrutiny of the control authorities.

§ 65. For the control of fresh fish and fishery products which are directly derived from the sea from vessels belonging to countries outside the European Union (EU) except Iceland, Norway and Faroe Islands, consumption, processing, or further transmission within the EU ; shall be paid in section 64 (4) ; 1, mentioned tariffs.

Paragraph 2. The one in paragraph 1. Paragraph 1 shall be levior in the case of landing. However, the levy may be levion at first marketing. The levy shall be paid by the first buyer or his authorized representative.

§ 66. Total annual tax amount according to section 64 to 65 of less than 100 kr. is not required.

§ 67. To cover the costs of issuing export certificates (IUU) to undertakings or to those responsible for fishing vessels exporting fish or fish products to countries that are not members of the European Union (third countries), a payment shall be paid ; fee of $305 kr. per the consignment included in the certificate as a whole.

Chapter 13

Pensation

§ 68. In compliance with EU rules for the financing of veterinary examinations, the Food Authority may, in particular cases, reduce, in particular cases, the payment of control fees.

Chapter 14

Entry into force and so on.

§ 69. The announcement shall enter into force on 1. January 2013.

Paragraph 2. The following rules are repealed :

1) Notice no. 300 of the 28th. In March 2012, the payment for the control of food and live animals, etc.,

2) Notice no. 1287 of 16. December 2011 payment for the control of feed and feed business, and so on, etc., with accredited inspection bodies,

3) Notice no. 672 of 25. June 2012 on the calculation and collection of expenditure in the context of the following livestock slots,

4) § 17 i Notice no. 757 of 23. June 2010 on the carcases of carcases and of hategg production as amended by publication No 2 ; 681 of 25. June 2012.

Paragraph 3. Charges and fees etc. for the period before 1. January 2013 shall be charged according to the existing rules.

The FDA, the 21. December 2012

Esben Eoked Rasmussen

/ Flemming Simonsen


Appendix 1

Controlevies for small slaughterhouses and game-handling establishments

The following flat-rate amounts shall be required for the costs of examining and checking the slaughter and slaughter processing :
1.
For beef :
a)
For adult bovine animals : $71.68 kr. per Animals.
b)
For bachelors, 35,89 kr. per Animals.
2.
For the meat of equidae and the meat of ostrich birds : 63.15 kr. per Animals.
3.
For meat of pigs, including wild boar :
a)
Carcases of guinea pigs of a weight of less than 25 kilograms : 7.18 kr. per Animals.
b)
Carcases of pig carcases of a weight of 25 kg and more : 18,67 kr. per Animals.
c)
Carrotling of boar : 22,51 kr. per Animals.
d)
The amounts shall be increased by the cost of trichinaudits, if the amounts are insufficient to cover this investigation.
4.
For meat of sheep, goats and ruminants game :
a)
The carcasses of sheep and goats of a weight of less than 12 kg : 2,52 kr. per Animals.
b)
The carcasses of sheep and goats of a weight exceeding 12 kg : 5.3 kr. per Animals.
c)
Slave root of ruminant game of total 7,16 kr. per Animals.
5.
For poultry, rabbits, feathers and pigmeat :
a)
In the case of animals of less than 2 kg : 0,12 kr. per Animals.
b)
In the case of animals of a weight between 2 and 5 kg : 0,29 kr. per Animals.
c)
In the case of animals of a weight exceeding 5 kg : 0,58 kr. per Animals.
The following flat-rate amounts shall be : 43,01 DKK for expenditure on inspection and inspection. per tons.

Appendix 2

Conversion of slaughter numbers for animal specimens

Animal species
Slaughled weight
Group
Devices
Cattle
> 150 kg
4
< 150 kg
2
< 90 kg
fatalveal
2
Decalve
1.33
Horses
4
Sheep and goats
0,5
Searching and orner
> 100 kg
2
Other pigs
1
Chickens
0.067
Ducks
0,1
You're ...
0,1
Other domestic domestic poultry, including hens,
0.133
Rabbits
0.133
Hjorte
1
Ostriches
1

Appendix 3

Laboratory tariffs

For laboratory tests, cf. sections 18, 28, 31 and 38 to 40, the following rates shall be paid :

Analysis

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General :
Processing per. test *)
96
Certificates
181
Sensorcal analysis :
Syn, odor and flavor (mine. 2 people). Not Accredited
124
Syn, smell and taste. Completed tasks (ex. pests, flavour errors). Not Accredited
298
Syn, odor and flavor (mine. 3 people). Accredited Analysis
164
Chemical and physical examinations :
APO Carotenaciester
181
Aske
433
Citrate
1.016
Enantique acid
234
Cool with acid hydrolysis (including SBR)
539
Nice, RG.
421
Nice, Gerber.
208
Awesome, Babcock.
315
Sweet in butter (IDF fat-free dry matter)
539
The composition of the fat acid composition is not fats,
1.777
Creation of the fisticator / Homogenising rate
418
Free Syrian
169
Freepoint determination
288
Histamin, ELISA
1.584
Kaseinate + Soyaprotein, ELISA
3.049
KoagulationTemperature
421
Collagen
659
Kostfibre
2.492
Carbohydrate (not lactose), enzymatic
328
lactose
1.029
Laces
1.029
Sodium chloride
292
Sodium nitrite, salt
383
Net Weight
119
PABA, p-aminobenzoic acid
1.019
Peroxidital
720
Peroxydase, Storch
180
pH
105
Phosphat, milk products
619
Phosphat, meat products
619
Phosphatase, meat
753
Phosphatase, milk products
434
Protein
301
Saccharose, fructose and glucose (enzyme method)
1.578
Sorbitol, xylitol, malitol, mannitol, lactitol
2.758
Soyaprotein + Kaseinate, ELISA
2.571
Sterol
421
Starch, gravimetric
2.510
Sugar species
813
Syretal, dairy products
301
Syretal, meat products
659
Triglycerides
544
Dry fabrics
342
Dry cloth, mejeri and meat products
220
Dry matter, vacuum method
260
Urinstof
919
Valleprotein
1.555
Water activity, aw
169
Vanillin
601
Weithm
105
Colourants :
Carotenoids in candy and leaflet.
2.435
Karmin
1.612
Synthetic coloring, qualitatively
1.238
Synthetic colourants, quantitatively
2.901
Preservatives :
Benzoic acid and sorbic acid
1.056
Natamycin
1.811
Nitrit and nitrate
1.341
Parbener
1.295
Propionic acid
1.878
Antioxidants :
Ascorbic acid and isoascorbic acid
1.547
Gallates
2.047
Sulphur dioxide
912
sweeteners :
Aspartam, acesulfam-k and saccharin
1.270
Cyclamat
1.612
Taste donors :
Ammonium chloride
412
Glutaminic acid
1.331
Salts :
Glucono-delta-lacton GDL
1.643
Bhones :
Propylenglycol
1.473
Minerals :
Studies for a power. several of the minerals Na, K, Mg, Cu, Mn, Cu, Mn, P, R, Co, Sn.
1 mineral
903
2 minerals
1.121
3 minerals
1.339
4 minerals
1.558
5 minerals,
1.775
6 minerals,
1.995
7 minerals
2.213
8 minerals
2.432
9 minerals
2.650
10 minerals
2.870
11 minerals
3.088
12 minerals,
3.319
Food supplements Selen
863
Execute Time
539
Trace elements :
Studies for a power. More of the traceelements As, Pb, Cr, Cr, Hg, Nine, Look.
1 Tracking
1.327
2 trace elements
1.632
3 Trace elements
1.937
4 trace elements
2.244
5 Tracking items
2.549
6 trace elements
2.855
7 trace elements
3.159
Bly and cadmium (ceramics) flat item
1.141
Lead and cadmium (ceramics) mondrand
1.141
Vitamins :
A vitamin / caroten
2.187
A-vitamin + caroten
2.333
B1 vitamin
1.464
B2 Vitamin
1.464
B1-/B2 vitamin (HPLC)
1.856
B6 vitamin (microbiological)
2.333
B6 Vitamin (HPLC)
1.734
B12 vitamin (microbiological)
2.333
Biobiological (microbiological)
2.333
vitamin C (HPLC)
1.124
vitamin C (titrination)
949
Carotenoids in vegetables
2.333
D3 vitamin / D2-vitamin
3.304
D3 Vitamin + D2 vitamin
4.994
Vitamin E, fodder + precp.
994
Vitamin E, food
2.115
Folate (Micro-biological)
2.333
Folic acid supplements
1.410
Niacin (microbiological)
2.333
Pantotenic acid (microbiological)
2.333
Plastalysis :
Totalmigration from plastics to the food simulators distilled water, 3% acetic acid and 10% ethanol :
1 sample
3.130
4 samples
9.599
Totalmigration from plastics to the olive oil foodstuff simulator :
1 sample
7.424
4 samples
26.298
Mykotoxins :
Aflatoxsine (figs) party ≤ 1 tonne
1.680
Aflatoxsin, (figs) batch > 1 tonne
2.395
Aflatoxin M1, (milk)
1.044
Ochratox A in cereals
1.083
Ochratosine A, ELISA
460
Pesticides :
Chlormequat and mepiuate (cereals and cereal products)
1.680
Chlorpesticides and PCBs (animal control) Thirteen comp.
3.008
Chlorpesticides and PCB (veget.) 47 comp.
3.008
Dithiocarbamate method (FP019). 1) for fruit and vegetables
663
Fosforpesticides (veget.) 66 comp.
3.008
GC Multimethod (FP004. 1) to cereals and cereals
2.820
GC Multimethod (FP005. 2) for meat
2.661
GC Multimethod (FP017. 2) for fruit and vegetables
3.120
HPLC Multimethod (FP018. 1) for fruit and vegetables (not citrus)
1.680
HPLC Multimethod (FP18. 1) for fruit and vegetables (citrus)
1.980
Microbiological studies :
Aeromonas hydrophila
117
Aeromonas hydrophila addendum for confirmatory verification
277
Biochemical characterization, simple (API)
308
Biochemical characterisation, extended (API)
616
Bacillus cereus, NMKL
110
Bacillus cereus, addendum for confirmatory verification
149
Bacteriological meat control (BU)-including A/K
434
Brochotrix thermosphacta
110
Campylobacter
305
Campylobacter, addendum for confirmatory verification
462
Clostridier, sulfitreducer
125
Clostripes, sulphite-reduction, addendum for confirmatory verification
234
Clostridium perfringen
125
Clostridium perfringen, addendum for confirmatory verification
297
Coliform bacteria, NMKL, 37º/44º C
110
Coliform bacteria, IDF
125
Coliform bacteria, addendum for confirmatory verification
110
Coliforms bacteria, MPN
188
DEFT
283
E.coli, presumptive
117
E. coli, addendum for confirmatory verification (IMVC / API)
308
E. coli, IDF
189
E. Coli O : 157
433
E.coli O : 157, addendum for confirmatory verification
372
Enterobacteriaceae
117
Enterobacteriaceae, addendum for confirmatory verification
110
Enterococts (Slanetz) NMKL
117
Enterococts (Slanetz), NMKL, addendum for confirmatory verification
149
Stranger kim
100
Gear / skimmel
117
Halofile bacteria
100
Kimtal
100
Kimber, sweaberway, ell. Contact plates
100
Lactobaciller, dairy products
204
Lactobaciller, addendum for confirmatory verification
244
Leuconostoc
100
Listeria, NMKL/IDF/immunologically, qualitative
225
Listeria, NMKL/IDF, quantitatively
265
Listeria, NMKL/IDF, semiquantification
344
Listeria, addendum for confirmatory verification, NMKL/IDF/GP
462
Microscopy
154
Asytic acid bacteria
131
Asytic acid bacteria, identification
154
Proteolytic bacteria
100
Pseudomonas aeruginosa, DS
117
Pseudomonas aeruginosa, addendum for confirmatory verification
552
Salmonella NMKL / Immunologically
212
Salmonella, NMKL / IDF / Immunological, addendum for confirmatory verification excl. type-determination
502
Experishable depraeteria
117
Sporetal, aerobital.
149
Sporetal, anaerobic
149
Staphylococcus aureus
180
Staphylococcus aureus, addendum for confirmatory detection
134
Tribuns (Poolet up to five)
328
Vibrio
225
Vibrio, qualitative analysis AOAC/NMKL
225
Vibro, quantitatively analysis NMKL
312
Vibrio, addendum for confirmatory verification
462
Yersinia enterocolitica
503
Yersinia enterocolitica, addendum for confirmatory detection
462
Special analyses :
Staphylococcus aureus toxin, ELISA
328
Artsprovision :
Artsclause, (Orbit/prime) A 261
149
Artsdetermination, ELISA
421
Artsdetermination, ELISA, (urgent)
2.510
Artsdetermination, ELISA, 2 species
539
Artsdetermination, ELISA, 2 species (urgent)
2.986
Antibiotics / kemotherapist utika :
Microbiological
Antibiotics / kemotherapist utika, milk (Delvotest)
236
Antibiotics / kemotherapist utika, milk, demonstrated by confirmatory (record method)
1.655
Antibiotics / kemotherapist utika, meat, (EU 4-record method)
199
Antibiotics / kemotherapist utika, addendum for confirmatory detection (record method)
1.626
Chemical
Antibiotics / kemotherapist utika, milk (Charm II)
663
Chloramphenicol, ELISA
964
Coccidiostats (eggs) LC-MS
2.087
Florfenicol (trout) HPLC
1.680
Machooks, HPLC
1.680
Nitrofurans, HPLC
1.662
Penicillin, HPLC
4.127
Quinoloner HPLC
849
Sulphonamides, HPLC
1.680
Tetracycline, HPLC
1.839
Tiamulin, HPLC
1.105
Others
Amprolium
1.849
Avermectiner HPLC
1.424
Benzimidazole
1.864
Beta-agonists, GC-MS
3.296
Carazolol, HPLC
1.202
Carbadox
1.601
Corticosteroids (Alive), ELISA
646
Dimetridazole (eggs), HPLC
1.309
Levamisol, GC-MS
1.044
Malakitgreen
2.425
Melengestrolacetat, HPLC
1.482
Metichlorpindol
1.828
Metric font
1.778
Nitroimidazole
1.946
Olaquindox
1.952
Phenylbutazon (milk)
725
Piperazinchloride, GC-MS
1.044
Steroids, GC-MS
3.826
Stilbener, GC MS
3.826
Thyreostatics, (urin) LC-MS
885
Tranquilizers, HPLC
1.202
Trenbolon, GC-MS
2.395
Zeranol, (Urine) RIA
964
On Export of Rail
PFF Control
808

In the case of urgency, a 50% sample

In the case of laboratory tests not covered by the list, the actual costs of the studies calculated from an hourly rate for AC staff at 602 DKK is paid on the basis of the actual costs incurred. and for laborers 420 kr.

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

Official notes

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