Sanitary requirements for export of porcine spray-dried blood from Canada to Colombia
HA 2517 (June 1, 2010)
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- The blood products are strictly of porcine origin.
- The blood products originate from animals that have been slaughtered in slaughterhouses that are approved by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA).
- The blood products have been derived from animals which passed ante mortem and were presented for post mortem inspection by the CFIA.
- The blood products were processed in an establishment operating under permit issued by CFIA.
- The blood products have been processed, stored, packaged and transported in such a manner as to prevent cross-contamination with animal products from other species.
- The blood products are approved for use in animal feeds in Canada.
- The blood products have been tested negative for Salmonella in 25 g.
- During the spray drying process the blood products are subjected to a minimum of 80 °C throughout substance.
- Canada is free of Foot and mouth disease, Vesicular stomatitis, Swine vesicular disease, Rinderpest, Enterovirus encephalomyelitis (Teschen disease), African swine fever, Classical swine fever, Brucellosis, Tuberculosis and Pseudorabies.
- Anthrax is not prevalent in Canada.
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