Sanitary Requirements for Export of Ruminant Raw Materials for the Production of Technological Coadjuvants for Food Industry from Canada to Italy
HA2663 Amended (2014-04-02)
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- the raw material comes from
- Animals which have been held in Footnote 1 for at least three months prior to being slaughtered or from birth in the case that the animals are less than three months old.
- animals coming from farms where no cases of foot-and-mouth disease have occured within the last 12 months before consignment.
- has been obtained from animals
- which after the ante-post mortem health examination did not show any signs of lesions relative to contagious diseases and do not come from animals which have been put down to eradicate epizootic diseases
- from animals which after the ante and post mortem health inspection have been declared fit for human consumption
- has been placed in wet brine for at least 30 days
- was handled and packaged to prevent any contamination
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In some cases, certificates will be in English and / or another language without a corresponding French version. This is determined by the requirements of other countries and is outside of the control of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA).
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