Hygiene Requirements For The Movement Of Eggs In Bulk

Original Language Title: Higiēnas prasības olu apritei nelielā apjomā

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 665 of 2007 in Riga in October (2. No 55 31) hygienic movement of eggs not in bulk Issued under the food surveillance law article 8 tenth 1. determines the hygiene requirements for egg production, storage, transportation and marketing of small scale, if the producer of eggs eggs are supplied directly to the final consumer or trader who deals with retail and marketing the eggs directly to the final consumer in the territory of Latvia (hereinafter – retail). 2. the requirements of these regulations are controlled and monitored by the food and veterinary service (hereinafter service). 3. egg producer is responsible for the safety of eggs and marketed according to the requirements of this regulation. 4. A small amount of the egg (the-eggs): 4.1 the amount of eggs obtained from a flock of laying hens: 4.1.1 where the laying hens do not have more than 50;
4.1.2. the Guinea fowl, quail, turkeys, geese, ducks, pigeons, pheasants and partridges (other poultry) herd in which more than 100 species of poultry;
4.2. a maximum of 250 years of ostrich eggs marketed. 5. egg producer shed provides conditions under the regulations for farm animal welfare in General. 6. For the realization of the ultimate consumer and retail trade in eggs derived from the ostrich, hens or other poultry, egg producers of livestock services shall submit the application (on paper or electronically). The application shall state: 6.1. name, surname or the name (business name) and address of the holding;
6.2. the size of the herd;
6.3. the bird species from which eggs are produced. 7. Service within 10 working days after this provision referred to in paragraph 6 of the receipt of the application, review the application, verify and assess its compliance with the shed this regulation. If the storage meets the requirements of this regulation, the service within five working days shall authorise the eggs. 8. Accommodation, which retrieves the eggs, the Department surveyed at least once a year. 9. Failure to comply with the provisions of paragraph 4 of the criteria referred to in the report of the egg producer. After receipt of the information referred to in these provisions invalidate the service referred to in paragraph 7 of the licence and shall inform the producer of eggs. 10. eggs obtained from the ostrich, hens and other poultry flocks where birds are clinically healthy (without any visible signs of disease) and investigated according to the requirements of the laws and procedures for controlling and combats salmonellosis and other food products carry infectious diseases of poultry flocks destined not to obtain food in bulk and direct delivery to the final consumer. 11. egg producer shall ensure that: 11.1. collection of eggs laid (daily) and positioning;
11.2. the accounting of eggs laid (daily);
11.3. the ol;
11.4. the protection of eggs to impact and pollution;
11.5. the protection of eggs from direct sunlight exposure;
11.6. suitable and clean clothing use during working hours;
11.7. set food hygiene requirements. 12. the room in which stored eggs, laid down the following requirements: 12.1 it is clean and dry;
12.2. it is a constant environmental temperature up to 18 ° C. 13. egg producer and three years recorded store information about: 13.1. herd birds carried out laboratory studies;
13.2. in the case of birds in the flock;
13.3. the treatment of the birds veterinary medicinal products administered according to the regulations on the labelling of the veterinary medicinal product, distribution and control;
13.4. the amount given in the feed type and origin. 14. during the transport of the eggs shall: 14.1. protection against shocks and pollution;
14.2. a constant environmental temperature up to 18 ° C and prevent drastic temperature fluctuations;
14.3. the protection against direct sunlight exposure. 15. Eggs marketed are: 15.1 clean;
15.2. dry;
15.3. to prevent damage to the shell. 16. eggs marketed to the final consumer of 21 days after laying. The period of validity of the eggs is 28 days after laying. 17. Supply of eggs, egg producer for retail sale accompanied by an accompanying completed (annex). The accompanying document shall be drawn up in duplicate. Submit one copy to the place of delivery of the eggs, the other keep the egg producer. Egg Producer and trader who engaged in retail sales, the accompanying documents stored in one year and presented at the request of the Inspector of the service. 18. The eggs from ostriches, laying hens or other poultry flock, not marked but trading site specifies the following information: 18.1. egg producer's name or name (company), holding office;
18.2. the bird species, from which the eggs;
18.3. egg laying date;
18.4. the period of validity of the eggs. 19. At the point of sale, which directly distributes fresh duck or goose eggs, the consumer must be placed in a visible place "" fresh duck eggs "or" fresh goose egg ", it is recommended to use after heat treatment". 20. If the Department determines that the egg producer has not adhered to these rules, the service marketing of eggs and prohibits override these rules permit referred to in paragraph 7. You can resume the implementation of the eggs if the service after the application of repeated producer shed check and find that the discrepancy is resolved. 21. the regulations shall enter into force by 1 January 2008. Prime Minister a. Halloween Minister of Agriculture m. Roze attachment Cabinet's October 2, 2007.-Regulation No. 665 Minister of Agriculture m. rose