Rules On Veterinary Requirements For Trade In Products Of Animal Origin

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par veterinārajām prasībām tirdzniecībai ar dzīvnieku izcelsmes produktiem

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 207, Riga, 30 March 2004 (pr. 17. § 17) the rules on the veterinary requirements for trade in products of animal origin are Issued in accordance with article 25 of the law of veterinary medicine of i. General questions 1. establishes the health requirements in products of animal origin (hereinafter referred to as products) trade with European Union Member States and non-Member States of the European Union (hereinafter third countries). 2. the terms used in the rules: 2.1 product sample-part of the product, which is taken from the product and who have no commercial value. Samples of the product corresponds to the type of product to be produced for the composition of the group, and are derived from the same animal varieties;
2.2. the serious contagious diseases: African horse sickness, African swine fever, avian flu, EHD, bovine spongiform encephalopathy, classical swine fever, bovine pleuropneumonia, foot-and-mouth disease, Newcastle disease, infectious salmon anaemia, infectious haematopoietic necrosis, lumpy skin Dermatitis, Rift Valley fever, rinderpest, small ruminants plague, Teschen disease, sheep and goat pox, swine vesicular disease, vesicular stomatitis, viral haemorrhagic septicaemia;
2.3. gelatine: natural, soluble protein, jelly, obtained also the partial hydrolysis of collagen;
2.4. tanning: skin solidification using vegetable tanning products, chromium salts or other substances such as aluminium salts, ferric salts, silicic salts, aldehydes, or other synthetic hardening;
2.5. category 3 country or region: country or region, which under European Union laws recognised as low risk of BSE (bovine spongiform encephalopathy);
2.6. the fourth category, country or region: country or region, which under European Union regulations identified as high risk for BSE (bovine spongiform encephalopathy);
2.7. collagen, the protein product obtained from animal skins and tendons, as well as pigs, poultry and fish bones;
2.8. collagen for human consumption — food or food ingredient;
2.9. the competent institution of the Member State concerned — a body that functions include to carry out veterinary or zootechnical checks or any other person to whom the State has delegated such power;
2.10. official veterinarian: the veterinarian as authorised by the competent authority. 3. the rules do not apply to products, the movement of which are determined by law on the veterinary requirements and supervisory arrangements for trade in products of animal origin with the Member States of the European Union, as well as trade in animals, semen, ova and embryos with the Member States of the European Union and third countries. 4. Products put into free circulation in the territory of Latvia, but with no specific requirements of European Union law, prohibited the export to Member States of the European Union, before it is analyzed the serious risk of spreading contagious diseases that could arise in the European Union, the free movement of the products concerned. 5. Not allowed trade in meat extracts, rendered animal fats, Greaves, meat powder, skin powders, salted or dried blood or blood plasma, salted, dried or heated in the stomachs and bladders, except where they comply with the laws and regulations on meat products and certain other products of animal origin (production and marketing of implementing Council of 21 December 1976 Directive 77/99/EEC on health problems affected meat products and certain other products of animal origin the manufacture and trade (hereinafter referred to as Directive 77/99)) or the requirements of this regulation. 6. Latvia authorised to import this rule IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, X, XI, XII, XIII, XIV, XV and XVI and Chapter 4 and 5 referred to products produced in other European Union Member State and crossed the territory of a third country, if they are animal health or veterinary health certificate, which attests to the conformity of the products with the requirements of this regulation. For such products, the representative of Latvia to the Standing Veterinary Committee shall inform the European Commission and the other Member States. II. requirements for trade with Member States of the European Union 7. Trade with Member States of the European Union with the products referred to in these rules IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, X, XI, XII, XIII, XIV, XV and XVI and Chapter 4 and 5 are permitted where the products produced by companies that: 7.1 use production process critical point monitoring and control methods depending on the type of processing;
7.2. depending on the type of products having production samples and deliver them food and veterinary service laboratory recognized, to assess the conformity of the products with the requirements of this regulation;
7.3. at least two years stores data for this rule 7.2. checks referred to, as well as other related information. Data can be stored in any form to be processed (for example, in writing, electronically), and they reported to the food and veterinary service officials at their request;
7.4. the guarantee of product labelling requirements;
7.5. getting any information indicating a company in serious risk to animal or public health, inform the food and veterinary service;
7.6. trade with Member States of the European Union sends only the products which the documents are indicated in the relevant product type, name and, if appropriate, the approval number of the establishment. 8. Products intended for trade with the participation of the European Union-countries, have produced a company that: 8.1 is a food and veterinary service of the Member State concerned or of the competent authorities;
8.2. is registered in food and veterinary service or the competent institution of the Member State concerned. Registering a company in the food and veterinary service shall provide proof of compliance with the requirements of this regulation. 9. These rules IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, X, XI, XII, XIII, XIV, XV and XVI chapter marketing of the products referred to in the Member States of the European Union is not allowed if the products may be subject to one of the following conditions: 9.1. they produced in the company, which is located in the geographical area to which the restrictions found in the disease, and the animal species from which the products were obtained, are susceptible to this disease;
9.2. they produced in the geographical area or the company from which you are moving the products could pose a risk to animal or public health, except where products are treated with heat. 10. food and veterinary service, based on laws is entitled to carry out the necessary checks, if there is a suspicion that the failure to comply with the requirements of this regulation. III. Requirements for trade with third countries this provision 11. IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, X, XI, XII, XIII, XIV, XV and XVI and Chapter 4. and 5. products referred to in the territory of Latvia is authorised from third countries, provided that: 11.1. they came from countries or parts of countries listed in the approved list of the European Union;
11.2. they are produced by companies that are included in the approved list of the European Union;
11.3. the rules IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, X, XI, XII, XIII, XIV, XV and XVI of the chapter and (4) and (5) in the cases referred to them are the European Union's legislation laid down animal health (health) certificate and they produced in plants, which guarantees that their products are exotic diseases or diseases that can affect humans. 12. food and veterinary service of these rules IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, X, XI, XII, XIII, XIV, XV and XVI chapter samples of the products to authorize the territory of Latvia after the license is issued. 13. the license is with load. 14. The food and veterinary service controls the load conditions of the licence compliance. 15. goods imported into the territory of Latvia for further transport to another Member State of the European Union, the food and veterinary service checks whether the cargo is the competent institution of another Member State issued license. IV. Health requirements in trade with animal gut 16. animal casings trade with Member States of the European Union issued a document that contains a food and veterinary service declared the establishment of the product concerned. 17. Trade with Member States of the European Union animal casings salt or dried, and used for other purposes at their source. 18. In the event of non-compliance with the provisions of paragraphs 16 and 17 of the said requirements, the intestines of the animals admitted to trade with Member States of the European Union, if the origin of the product in question undertaking approved in accordance with the laws and regulations on the trade in fresh meat to the European Union Member States (which introduces the Council 26 June 1964 to Directive 64/433/EEC on health problems affecting intra-EU trade in fresh meat). In this case, the product is not permitted for transport in a way that allows it to food poisoning. 19. in the territory of third countries authorised to import animal casings, if this provision the certificate referred to in paragraph 11.3, and signed by the official veterinarian of the third country. The certificate shall certify that:

19.1. the product is obtained by the competent authorities of the third country in approved establishments;
19.2. the products are cleaned, sliced and salted or bleached (or dried after cutting);
19.3. After this rule 19.2. referred to processing of the necessary steps to prevent the poisoning products. V. trade with veterinary requirements for bones and bone products (excluding bone meal), horns and Horn products (excluding Horn meal) and hooves, hoof products (excluding hoof meal) intended for human consumption 20. requirements of bones, horns and hooves for trade with Member States of the European Union are laid down in legislation on veterinary requirements for movement of fresh meat in the European Union's internal market (which introduces the Council 12 December 1972 directives 72/461/EEC on veterinary requirements for movement of fresh meat in the European Union's internal market (hereinafter referred to as Directive 72/461) requirements). 21. requirements for bone products, Horn products and hoof products for trade with Member States of the European Union are laid down in laws and regulations concerning animal health conditions for trade in meat products by the Member States of the European Union (which introduces the Council on 22 January 1980 of Directive 80/215/EEC on animal health problems for trade in meat products by the Member States of the European Union (hereinafter referred to as Directive 80/215) requirements). 22. in bone, Horn and hoof to trade with third countries are laid down in legislation on veterinary requirements of the bovine, ovine, caprine and porcine species, fresh meat and meat products from third countries imports (which introduces the Council 12 December 1972 directives 72/462/EEC on health and veterinary inspection problems upon importation of bovine animals and swine and fresh meat from third countries, requirements). Vi. Health requirements for trade in processed animal protein intended for human consumption 23. Trade with Member States of the European Union for products have a certificate according to the legislation on animal health requirements for meat products and certain other products of animal origin for production and trade (which implements the requirements of Directive 77/99). 24. the territory of third countries authorised to import products, if the official veterinarian of the country concerned signed this provision referred to in paragraph 11.3 certificate stating that: 24.1. products comply with regulations concerning animal health conditions for trade in meat products by the Member States of the European Union (which implements the requirements of Directive 80/215);
24.2. precautionary measures are complied with to prevent the contamination of products after processing;
24.3. before leaving the territory of the country of origin have taken samples of the product to determine the presence and salmonellosis is not found. 25. by paragraph 24 of these rules mentioned in the inspection certificate of the food and veterinary service takes samples of products. Bulk products, take a sample from each load, packaged, at random from the packages. 26. Trade in meat-and-bone meal is in accordance with the legislation on veterinary requirements and supervisory arrangements for trade in products of animal origin with the Member States of the European Union (which introduces the Council of 11 December 1989 directive 89/662/EEC concerning veterinary checks in intra-Community trade with a view to the completion of the internal market) and the legislation on veterinary checks on products coming from third countries (which introduces the Council on 18 December 1997 Directive 97/78/EEC on veterinary inspection principles products coming from third countries, requirements). 27. food and veterinary service random checks in the case of products originating in the third country from which the previous six consecutive check goods do not reveal the presence of the disease. 28. If the rules referred to in paragraph 27, the inspection finds the presence of the disease, the food and veterinary service shall inform the competent authority of the sending State. 29. If the next load that is received from that country, again finds the presence of the disease, the food and veterinary service checks all from that country received the cargo. Check stop, if the six in a row in the received goods does not reveal the presence of the disease. 30. food and veterinary service constantly keeps the records for this rule 27 and 29. results of checks referred to in paragraph 1. 31. the freight transhipment permitted ports recognized by the European Commission. 32. where the presence of salmonellosis is found, the consignment concerned shall apply one of the following requirements: 32.1. exit from the territory of the European Union;
32.2. loading products not be used in animal feeding. In this case, the food and veterinary service issued permits to leave the port of shipment or storage only on condition that they will not use the contents of animal feed;
32.3. cargo products processing in the processing plants approved in accordance with the legislation on veterinary requirements for animal by-products processing (which introduces the Council on 27 November 1990 directive 90/667/EEC on veterinary requirements for animal by-products processing requirements), or plant approved for decontamination. In this case, the food and veterinary service issued permits to leave the port of shipment or storage, to perform these steps. After processing the food and veterinary service of the load test to determine the presence of salmonellosis. If the result is negative, admitted to circulation. VII. Health requirements in trade with ungulates and poultry blood and blood products, excluding serum of equidae 33. Trade with Member States of the European Union with ungulates and poultry blood intended for human consumption, apply the legislation on veterinary requirements for movement of fresh meat to the European Union Member States (which implements Directive 72/46), veterinary requirements for trade in fresh poultry meat (which introduces the Council of 26 June 1991 Directive 91/494/EEC on animal health conditions for trade in fresh poultrymeat ( hereinafter referred to as Directive 91/494)) and on the laws and veterinary requirements for rabbit meat and farmed game meat reared on the market. 34. Trade with Member States of the European Union with the blood products intended for human consumption, these rules apply, chapter IX requirements. 35. the territory of third countries banned imports of fresh domestic ungulates blood intended for human consumption. 36. fresh Poultry blood intended for human consumption from third countries on the territory of Latvia be admitted to the laws concerning the animal health conditions for trade in fresh poultry meat (which implements the requirements of Directive 91/49). 37. the requirements under which the territory of Latvia from third countries for the import of farmed wild mammals of blood products intended for human consumption, in particular the provisions in chapter IX. 38. Trade with third countries with blood products intended for human consumption, apply the legislation on veterinary requirements of the bovine, ovine, caprine and porcine species, fresh meat and meat products from third countries imports (which introduces the requirements of Directive 72/462). This condition does not apply to the provisions referred to in chapter VI of the products produced from animal blood. VIII. Health requirements in trade with lard and tallow 39. Latvia authorised to import pig fat and fat atveidoto only from the third countries included in the list of the European Union. 40. If one of the third countries included in the list of the European Union, in the 12 months prior to shipment to the European Union registered a serious contagious disease, for each load must be the rule referred to in paragraph 11.3 certificate stating that: 24.9. load has been exposed to one of the following treatments: 40.1.1. the 70-degree temperature of the heated for at least 30 minutes;
40.1.2. heated at a temperature of 90 degrees for at least 15 minutes;
40.1.3. heated at least 80 degree temperature continuous heating mode;
40.2. If freight is packaged, it inserted a new tank and all the necessary measures to prevent the contamination of products;

40.3. in case the goods are packed, the leading tank in which the products are moved, as well as pipes and pumps to help cargo loaded in the vehicle, have been cleaned before loading. IX. Health requirements in trade with third countries with the rabbit meat and farmed game meat in the territory of Latvia 41. authorised to import products from third countries, if they meet the requirements of this chapter. 42. the rabbit meat and fur animals allowed to be imported from countries that are included in the list of the European Union. 43. The products shall come from approved establishments, which ensures compliance with European Union legislation. 44. Each shipment is that rule 11.3. the health certificate referred to in point. X. health requirements for imports of the products in the territory of Latvia from third countries obtained from poultrymeat, farmed game meat and rabbit meat 45. Latvian territory from third countries authorised to import products obtained from poultrymeat, farmed game meat and rabbit meat, only in the cases referred to in this chapter. 46. Poultry products may be imported from countries included in the list of the European Union. 47. Wild game meat products may be imported from countries included in the list of the European Union. 48. Rabbit and livestock meat products comply with the requirements of chapter IV of the rules. 49. If the products do not comply with this rule, 47 and 48 46. the requirements referred to in paragraph 1, it may be imported into the territory of the European Union from a country that is part of the Council of 21 December 1976 in decision 79/542/EEC drawing up a list of third countries from which Member States authorise imports of bovine animals, swine and fresh meat. In this case, the product is treated with heat sealed container with a FO value of 3.00 or more at least. Processing levels referred to replace with heat treatment, which provides for an internal temperature of no less than 70 ° C, except pig meat products. 50. Products coming from an establishment which provides a level of veterinary requirements laid down in the laws of the European Union. 51. the products are prepared, checked and handled according to the laws and regulations on animal health requirements for meat products and certain other products of animal origin for production and trade (which implements the requirements of Directive 77/99). 52. For each of the products is the certificate of health (health). XI. the veterinary requirements for trade in snails intended for human consumption 53. Trade with Paddy, cooked and prepared or preserved snails (Helix aspersa, Helix pommati Lynn-Muller, Helix lucorum and species of the genus Achatinida land vēderkāj) intended for human consumption is authorised only in the cases provided for in this chapter. 54. in Latvia from European Union Member States imported products from the companies: 54.1. corresponding to the rule referred to in paragraph 7;
54.2. which is the competent institution of the Member State concerned, in accordance with the approved regulations on the requirements for the production of fishery products and the movement (which introduces the Council on 22 July 1991, the provisions of Directive 91/493/EEC on requirements of fisheries products for the production and the placing on the market (hereinafter referred to as Directive 91/493) requirements);
54.3. where the competent authority has taken control of production conditions and health checks in accordance with the laws and regulations on the requirements for the production of fishery products and the movement (which implements the requirements of Directive 91/493);
54.4. According to the Commission of 20 May 1994, decision 94/356/EEC laying down detailed rules for the application of Council Directive 91/493/EEC, as regards own fishery products sanitary checks take self-control. 55. Products intended for trade with Member States of the European Union, carried out the random organoleptic checks. If the checks reveal that products are not suitable for human consumption, it will be removed from circulation and ensure that they could not be reused for human consumption. 56. In preparing the shell snail meat intended for trade with Member States of the European Union: 56.1. depending on the scope of the activities to companies or individual equipment zone: 56.1.1. packing and storage wrappers;
56.1.2. receipt of live snails and storage;
56.1.3. products for washing, bleaching, or cooking, peeling or cutting;
56.1.4. the storage and, if necessary, shell cleaning and processing;
56.1.5. If necessary, snails meat processing with heat;
56.1.6. snail meat wrapping or packaging;
56.1.7. ready products storing cold warehouses;
56.2. the gastropods before cooking. For human consumption processed only live clams. 57. the company, which produces canned snails meat trade with Member States of the European Union, meets the requirements of the legislation on the production of fishery products and the movement (which implements the requirements of Directive 91/493). 58. when preparing cooked and prepared snails intended for trade with Member States of the European Union: 58.1. depending on the scope of the activities to companies or individual equipment zone: 58.1.1. Paddy snail for storage cold warehouses;
58.1.2. clean shell storage;
58.1.3. growing storage;
58.1.4. stuffing preparation;
58.1.5. cooking and chilling;
58.1.6. shell with snail meat stuffing and packaging of the room in which the temperature can be controlled;
58.1.7. If necessary, refrigeration;
58.1.8. ready products storing cold rooms;
58.2. products comply with the legislation on animal health requirements for meat products and certain other products of animal origin for production and trade (which implements the requirements of Directive 77/99);
58.3. snail meat, used to perform the shell, comply with the laws and regulations that govern the conditions of paddy gastropods. 59. Snails intended for trade with Member States of the European Union, dried, packaged, stored and transported in accordance with the hygiene conditions laid down by the regulations on the requirements for the production of fishery products and the movement (which implements the requirements of Directive 91/493). 60. On the packaging of the products coming from European Union Member States, is the identification mark indicating the initials of the sending State, the approval number of the establishment and one of the following expressions: CE, EC, EF, EG, EK, EY, ES, EÜ, EB, KE. 61. On the wrapping or packaging of products imported into the European Union from third countries, is the name of the sending State or the ISO code, as well as the manufacturer's corporate veterinary approval number. This information is indelible. 62. the importation into the territory of the European Union, products from third countries, required the provision of the certificate referred to in paragraph 11.3. The products referred to in this chapter, the certificate matches the certificate specified in Council of 17 September 1992 Directive 92/118/EEC laying down animal health and public health requirements governing trade in and imports into the community, are not covered by such requirements for specific Community rules referred to in Annex A to Directive 89/662/EEC, part I, and, as regards pathogens, specific Community rules as referred to in Directive 90/425/EEC (hereinafter referred to as Directive 91/118), the third chapter of annex 2. XII. Health requirements in trade in frogs ' legs intended for human consumption 63. Trade in frog legs (the frogs the rear part of the body divided by a transverse cut between the front members to remove internal organs, skin, made of Rana spp. varieties and the use of fresh, frozen or processed) intended for human consumption is permitted only in cases provided for in this chapter. 64. in the territory of Latvia from other European Union Member States are authorised to import the frogs when they slaughtered, Bled, prepared and, where appropriate, chilled, frozen, processed, packaged and stored in companies: 64.1. corresponding to the provisions of paragraph 7 o ™ in these requirements.
64.2. in which the competent institution of a Member State has taken control of production conditions and health checks in accordance with the laws and regulations on the requirements for the production of fishery products and the movement (which implements the requirements of Directive 91/493);

64.3. According to the Commission of 20 May 1994, decision 94/356/EEC laying down detailed rules for the application of Council Directive 91/493/EEC with regard to the patstāvīgaj of fishery products sanitary checks out the company's self-control. 65. Products intended for trade with Member States of the European Union, carried out the random organoleptic checks. If the checks reveal that products are not suitable for human consumption, the food and veterinary service removed from circulation and ensure that they could not be reused for human consumption. 66. The company, which manufactures products for trade with Member States of the European Union, provides for separate rooms for the storage of Live frogs and washing, as well as their slaughter and bleeding. Frogs are killed only approved establishment. Frogs that died before slaughter, is not allowed to be used for human consumption. Separate room complies with the requirements of the legislation on fisheries products for the production and the placing on the market (which introduces the requirements of Directive 91/493) and is separated from the preparation room. 67. After the preparation of the frog legs immediately wash flow of drinking water and cool immediately, as well as frozen, at a temperature of no higher than minus 18 ° C or processed. 68. Trade with Member States of the European Union for processing of the products take place in accordance with the laws and regulations on the requirements for the production of fishery products and the movement (which implements the requirements of Directive 91/493). 69. Frogs, for trade with Member States of the European Union, dried, packaged, stored and transported in accordance with the hygiene conditions laid down by the regulations on fishery products with the requirements of the production and the placing on the market (which introduces the requirements of Directive 91/493). 70. the packaging of the products coming from European Union Member States, is the identification mark indicating the initials of the sending State, the approval number of the establishment and one of the following expressions: CE, EC, EF, EG, EK, EY, ES, EŪ, EB, KE, WE. 71. On the wrapping or packaging of products imported into the European Union from third countries, is the name of the sending State or the ISO code, as well as the manufacturer's operator's approval number. This information is indelible. 72. the importation into the territory of the European Union, products from third countries, required the provision of the certificate referred to in paragraph 11.3. The products referred to in this chapter for a sample of the certificate used in Directive 92/118 annex 2 on the third chapter of the specified certificate. XIII. Health requirements in trade with European Union Member States with gelatine intended for human consumption 73. These provisions do not apply to gelatine intended for pharmaceutical, cosmetic or other technical use, as well as medical equipment. 74. Trade with Member States of the European Union with gelatine intended for human consumption, only in the cases provided for in this chapter. 75. Gelatine produced by companies: 75.1. which comply with the legislation on feed hygiene requirements (which introduces the Council on 14 June of Directive 93/43/EEC on the hygiene of nutrient requirements);
75.2. recognized and registered in accordance with the legislation on animal health requirements for meat products and certain other products of animal origin for production and trade (which implements Directive 77/99 article 11);
75.3. which production conditions in accordance with the legislation on animal health requirements for meat products and certain other products of animal origin for production and trade (which implements the requirements of Directive 77/99) checks the competent institution;
75.4. performing the self-control, in accordance with the legislation on animal health requirements for meat products and certain other products of animal origin for production and trade (which implements Directive 77/99 article 7 requirements);
75.5. at least two years for the production of documents and the purchased raw materials;
75.6. introduce a system which provides for the possibility to provide each of the output load, the cargo of raw materials, production conditions and production time. 76. For the production of gelatine allowed the use of the following raw materials: 76.1. bones;
76.2. ruminant hides;
76.3. pig skin;
76.4. bird skin;
76.5. tendons;
76.6. kill the skin;
47.7. fish skin and bones. 77. For the production of gelatine shall be prohibited to use the ruminant bones, born, reared or slaughtered in the fourth category, country or region. 78. For the production of gelatine shall be prohibited to use skin exposed to tanning. 79. This rule 76.1, 76.2, 76.3,..., and 76.4 76.5. raw materials referred to in point obtained from the slaughtered animals in the slaughterhouse where their skeletons and a post-mortem examination at the time considered appropriate for processing for human consumption. 80.76.6. These provisions referred to raw materials derived from killed animals which, in accordance with the examination referred to in the regulations on the requirements for obtaining the game meat and the placing on the market (which introduces the Council of 16 June 1992 Directive 92/45 on the requirements for obtaining the game meat and the placing on the market requirements), have been identified as suitable for human consumption. 81. This rule 76.1, 76.2, 76.3...,.,., and 76.5 47.6 76.4. the raw materials referred to in (a) comes from slaughterhouses, cutting plants, meat processing companies kill plants, bone degreasing plants, tanneries, collection centres, retail shops or in premises adjacent to sales points, where the meat and bird meat and keep the products supplied directly to the final consumer. 82. This rule 47.7. referred to raw materials come from companies engaged in the production of fish products for human consumption and which are recognised and registered in accordance with the requirements of the legislation on fisheries products for the production and the placing on the market (which introduces the requirements of Directive 91/493). 83. Collection centres and tanneries supplying the raw material for the production of gelatine, recognizes and registers the food and veterinary service. Enterprise: 83.1. equipment storage rooms with hard floors and smooth walls that are easy to clean and disinfect;
51.7. If needed, provide refrigeration facilities;
83.3. storage facilities maintained sufficiently clean and in good condition to prevent contamination of the raw materials. If space does not meet these requirements, they kept the receipt of the raw material, storage, handling and mailing process, different from those held under conditions which comply with the requirements of the law;
83.4. provides the food and Veterinary Office the ability to perform regular checks on compliance with the requirements of this Regulation as well as the accounting document and the health certificate of origin control. 84. the raw material for the manufacture of products manufacturing companies delivered with suitable, clean vehicles. 85. Raw materials during transport, when delivered to the collection centre, as well as a tannery and gelatine production company is a marketing document that meets the provisions of Directive 92/118, annex 2, part of the fourth pattern. 86. Raw materials transported and stored chilled or frozen, unless processed them 24 hours after posting. Degreased and dried bones, salted, dried and kaļķot skin as well as skin treated with acid, allowed to be transported and stored at ambient temperature. 87. The manufacture of gelatine ensure: that ruminant bones 87.1 material derived from animals born, reared and slaughtered in category 3 countries or regions is finely crushed and degreased with hot water and at least two days treated with dilute hydrochloric acid (minimum concentration of 4% and pH < 1.5) followed, at least 20 days of alkaline treatment with saturated lime solution (pH > 12.5) sterilisation step of 138-140 degrees Celsius (four seconds) or other Community legislation certain method;
87.2. the raw materials other than those mentioned in this rule 94.1., treated with acid or alkali. Then one or more times and adjust the pH level. Gelatin is derived from single or multiple heat. Then it filtered, sterilized, dry and, if necessary, pulveriz or laminated. 88. the preservative sulfur dioxide exception and hidrogēn peroxide, is prohibited. 89. each shipment of finished products comply with Directive 92/118 2. in the fourth paragraph in chapter V and microbiological criteria the excess limit. Each finished product shipment. 90. the products shall be packed, stored and transported under the hygiene requirements. In particular, ensure that the following requirements are met: 90.1. be a separate room for storage, packing and packaging material;

90.2. the products shall be packed and wrapped it in a specially designed room. 91. On the product or packaging is the packaging identification mark indicating the initials of the sending State, the approval number of the establishment and one of the following expressions: CE, EC, EF, EG, EK, EY, ES, EŪ, EB, KE, WE, as well as the content of the following text: "gelatine for human consumption '. 92. During transportation, a commercial document products are designed in accordance with the legislation on animal health requirements for meat products and certain other products of animal origin for production and trade (which implements the requirements of Directive 77/99) and that contains the following content: "gelatine for human consumption '. XIV. Health requirements in trade with third countries of gelatine intended for human consumption 93. in Latvia authorised to import gelatine intended for the production of the raw material only from third countries referred to in the European Union. Each shipment is in the laws of the European Union stated in the certificate. 94. in Latvia from third countries authorised to import gelatine ready only in the following cases: 94.1. it produced in countries that included the Commission of 18 March 1994, decision 94/278/EEC, the list of third countries from which Member States authorise imports of certain products subject to Council Directive 92/118/EEC, in part XIII of the annex;
94.2. gelatin manufacturing establishments are in accordance with the provisions of chapter XIV;
58.6. gelatin produced from raw material which meets the conditions of chapter XIV;
94.4. gelatine manufacturing process complies with the provisions of chapter XIV;
94.5. the finished products comply with the provisions of chapter XIV;
94.6. the finished product wrapping or packaging printed the ISO code of the country of origin and manufacturer of the approval number of the establishment;
Add the gelatine 94.7. certificate. XV. Health requirements in trade with collagen intended for human consumption, trade with 95. collagen intended for human consumption (collagen), allowed only in the cases provided for in these rules. 96. Companies that produce collagen for trade with Member States of the European Union, subject to the same requirements as set out in these provisions of the gelatin manufacturing companies. 97. The production of collagen allowed the use of the following raw materials: 60.3. ruminant skin;
97.2. pig skins, bones and intestines;
60.5. bird skin and bones;
60.5. tendons;
97.5. kill the skin;
97.6. fish skin and bones. 98. for the production of collagen in the use of skin exposed to tanning. 99. This provision, 97.3 97.1 97.2..., and 60.5. the raw materials referred to in point obtained from the slaughtered animals in the slaughterhouse where their skeletons and a post-mortem examination at the time considered appropriate for processing for human consumption. 100. This provision 97.5. referred to raw material derived from animals which are killed in accordance with the examination referred to in the regulations on the requirements for obtaining the game meat and the placing on the market (which introduces the Council on 16 June 1992 Directive 92/45/EEC concerning public health and animal health problems relating to killing of wild game and the placing on the market of meat), are recognised as suitable for human consumption. 101. This provision, 97.3 97.1 97.2..., 60.5. and 97.5. the raw materials referred to in point comes from slaughterhouses, cutting plants, meat processing companies kill processing plants, tanneries, collection centres, retail shops or in premises adjacent to sales points, where the meat and bird meat and keep the products supplied directly to the final consumer. 102. This provision is 97.6. referred to raw materials come from the economic operators active in the production of fish products for human consumption and which are recognised and registered in accordance with the requirements of the legislation on fisheries products for the production and the placing on the market (which introduces the requirements of Directive 91/493). 103. Collection centres and tanneries supplying the raw material for the production of collagen shall be recognised and shall be registered by the competent authority of the Member State concerned. Enterprise: 103.1. equipment storage rooms with hard floors and smooth walls that are easy to clean and disinfect;
103.2. provide refrigeration facilities;
103.3. storage rooms kept clean and in good condition to prevent contamination of the raw materials. If space does not meet these requirements, they stored raw materials, storage, handling and mailing process, different from those stored in the regulations laid down in the appropriate circumstances;
103.4. provides the food and Veterinary Office the ability to perform regular checks on compliance with the requirements of this Regulation as well as the accounting document and the health certificate of origin control. 104. the raw material for the manufacture of products manufacturing companies delivered with suitable, clean vehicles. 105. Raw materials during transport, when delivered to the collection centre, as well as the tanneries and collagen production company is a marketing document that meets the provisions of Directive 92/118 section B of annex 2 of the model laid down in part IX. 106. Raw materials transported and stored chilled or frozen, unless processed them 24 hours after posting. Degreased and dried bones, salted, dried and kaļķot the skin and the skin treated with alkali or acid, allowed to be transported and stored at ambient temperature. 107. raw material storage facilities maintained sufficiently clean and in good condition to prevent contamination of the raw materials. 108. The production of collagen used a method that provides the raw material for washing, pH adjustment using acid or alkal. Then follow one or more washing, filtering and pressing. It is acceptable to use other European Union legislation. 109. following that rule 108. the treatment in collagen can bloat. 110. the use of Preservatives is prohibited, except for the laws of the European Union in certain preservatives. 111. each consignment of collagen complies with directives 92/118 2. in the fourth paragraph in chapter V and microbiological criteria the excess limit. Moisture and ash limit shall not apply to certain products, if they are required for the manufacture of the products concerned. 112. the products are packed, packed, stored and transported under the hygiene requirements. In particular, ensure that the following requirements are met: 112.1. be a separate room for storage, packing and packaging material;
112.2. products packaged and wrapped it in a specially designed room. 113. On the product or packaging is the packaging identification mark that point of departure, recognition of the company's initials number, production date, number, and one of the following expressions: CE, EC, EF, EG, EK, EY, ES, EŪ, EB, KE, WE, as well as the content of the following text: "collagen for human consumption". 114. During transportation, a commercial document products are designed in accordance with the legislation on animal health requirements for meat products and certain other products of animal origin for production and trade (which implements the requirements of Directive 77/99) and indicating the production date and number, as well as the content of the following text: "collagen for human consumption". XVI. Health requirements in trade with third countries with collagen and raw materials for the production of collagen intended for human consumption 115. in Latvia authorised to import raw materials for the production of collagen only from those third countries listed in the list of the European Union. Each shipment is a certificate pursuant to Directive 92/118 annex 2 of part B of X (b) specimen. 116. in Latvia from third countries authorised to import collagen only in the following cases: 116.1. obtained in countries that included the Commission of 18 March 1994, decision 94/278/EEC, the list of third countries from which Member States authorise imports of certain products subject to Council Directive 92/118/EEC, in part XIII of the annex;
116.2. collagen producing companies comply with the provisions of Chapter XV of the rules;
116.3. collagen produced from raw material which meets the conditions of Chapter XV of the rules;
116.4. collagen manufacturing process complies with the provisions of Chapter XV of the rules;
116.5. ready complies with the provisions of Chapter XV of the rules;
116.6. the finished product wrapping or packaging indicates the ISO code of the country of origin and manufacturer of the veterinary approval number of the establishment;

116.7. Add collagen certificate pursuant to Directive 92/118 annex 2 of part B of X (a) the model set out in part. 117. The certificates pursuant to Directive 92/118 of part B of annex 2 (a) and X to Directive 92/118 annex 2 of part B of X (b) the model set out in part shall be made out on a single sheet of paper and fill in at least one language of the Member State through which the shipment is imported into the territory of the European Union, as well as in the language of the Member State of destination. XVII. final question 118. provisions shall enter into force on 1 May 2004. Informative reference to European Union directive rules included provisions deriving from Council of 17 June 1992 Directive 92/118/EEC laying down animal health and public health requirements governing trade in and imports into the community, are not covered by such requirements for specific Community rules referred to in Annex A to Directive 89/662/EEC, part I, and, as regards pathogens, specific Community rules as referred to in Directive 90/425/EEC. Prime Minister, Deputy Prime Minister a. Minister of Agriculture shlesers m. rose