Sanitary requirements for export of rendered fats (tallow) for industrial use from Canada to Egypt
HA 2093 (Amended March 1, 2010)
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- Canada has been free from Foot-and-Mouth disease, Rinderpest for the six (6) months prior to export.
- The rendered fats have been processed in an establishment operating under a permit issued by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) and which is subjected to regular inspections by the CFIA.
- The rendered fats have been analyzed by a third party laboratory and found to have insoluble impurities of less than 0.15%. They are considered as BSE-risk exempt commodity pursuant to the OIE Terrestrial Animal Health Code.
- The by-products have been subjected to a temperature of not less than (°C) for hour(s).
- The processing establishment has taken precautions to prevent contamination following processing.
- Routine monitoring programs for pathogens, rodents and insects are in place at the plant.
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