Sanitary Requirements for Export of Pet Food from Canada to Egypt – Non-Ruminant HA2884 (2015-08-10)
The products originate:
from Canada which is free of the following diseases according to OIE criteria: rinderpest, foot and mouth disease, contagious bovine pleuropneumonia, hog cholera, swine vesicular disease, African swine fever, highly pathogenic and velogenic Newcastle disease, And
from a zone in Canada which is free from Avian Inflenza Highly Pathogen (HPAI).
The product has been manufactured and stored in approved pet food plant, which are under the supervision of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA).
The above mentioned product does not contain ruminant material, with the exception of milk and milk derivatives, gelatine and collagen (prepared from skins and hides), tallow containing less than 0.15% in weight of insoluble impurities.
Poultry or fish are the only raw material of animal origin used in the manufacture of the pet food.
Dry, semi-moist and dehydrated pet food products were sufficiently processed to assure the destruction of harmful pathogens.
In the case of sterilized products (hermetically-sealed containers), the above mentioned product has been heated to a minimum FO value of 3.0.
The pet food described above can be sold without restriction in Canada.
Appropriate controls are in place at the manufacturing and storage facilities to prevent contamination of eligible products with Specified Risk Material (SRM) and susceptible ruminant materials from a Non-BSE free country origin.
The above mentioned product has undergone all precautions to avoid contamination with pathogenic agents after treatment.
The above mentioned product was packed in new packaging material.