Sanitary Requirements for Export Porcine Meat and Bone Meal from Canada to Vietnam
HA 2317 (Amended March 1, 2010)
- The area where the exported porcine meat and bone meal has been produced is free from
foot-and-mouth disease, Rinderpest, Classical swine fever and African swine fever.
- The exported products originate from animals which did not show symptoms of any
notifiable disease of the species.
- The products have been processed in a rendering plant operating under a valid permit
issued under the authority of Health of Animals Act by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA).
- The exported products do not contain any ruminant material.
- The exported products were derived exclusively from animals originating in Canada.
- Renderers can demonstrate that precautions have been taken to avoid contamination
- The products have been subjected to a temperature of not less than
hour(s) to ensure no harmful microorganisms are left.
- Renderers can demonstrate their participation in a Salmonella reduction
program and that a pest and insect control program is in place.
- This product is not fit for human consumption and is intended to be used in aquaculture,
poultry, and swine feeds as well as pet foods.
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