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§ 1 a competent authority may, on application, may order that a
plant carrying out an activity referred to in paragraph 3 of the
the Food Act (2006:804) for export to a country not
is a member of the European Union, shall be under the Special
control due to import regulations in the country.
With the Member State of the European Union on an equal footing
1. Iceland in terms of fishery products, and
2. Andorra, Liechtenstein, Faroe Islands, Norway and Switzerland in question
If all animal foods.
Competent authority in accordance with this regulation, the authority
According to section 23 of the food regulation (2006:813) is competent to
examine matters concerning the authorisation of food establishments or
to register food establishments.
section 2 the competent authority exercises the control needed
to be able to issue such certificates referred to in paragraph 3.
section 3 of the Food exported from a exportkontrollerad
facility shall be accompanied by an export certificate if required by
the recipient country's import regulations.
The export certificate shall be issued by the competent authority and
contain the information that the recipient country needs
If the country of destination so requires, to the export certificate is issued to a
section 4 of the food and Drug Administration should provide such specific
forms referred to in paragraph 3.
NFA may provide for the specific
§ 5 the holder of a exportkontrollerad facility shall pay
a charge to the competent authority for control and
the issue of export certificates and other certificates under this
The competent authority shall examine questions about such charges.
NFA may provide for the fees
a Government Inspection Department shall levy.
In other cases the amount the municipality decides whether and how
fee must be paid.
section 6 of the 31 and 32 of the Food Act (2006:804)
rules on appeal of the decision under this
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