Indonesia - Export requirements for meat and poultry products
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- Beef (boneless)
- from cattle of all ages
- slaughtered without using air or gas injection into the skull
- obtained from cattle born and raised in Canada, or kept in Canada for at least 4 months prior to slaughter
- Poultry meat processed to inactivate avian influenza virus
- Meat products stored for greater than 6 months at -18°C
- mechanically separated meat (MSM)
- mechanically deboned meat (MDM)
Pre-export approvals by competent authority of importing country
- Beef establishments must receive prior approval from Indonesian authorities. For more information refer to Annex 1 - List of Establishments Approved to Export to Indonesia.
- A list of approved establishments can also be found on the Directorate of Veterinary Public Health (Direktorat Kesehatan Masyarakat Veteriner - KESMAVET) webpage: Daftar Negara dan Unit Usaha Karkas, Daging, Jeroan dan/atau Olahannya dari Luar Negeri Yang Telah Disetujui Untuk Importasi (Bahasa Indonesian only).
- Processed meat products have to be registered with the Indonesian National Agency of Food and Drug Control (NADFC), also known as Badan Pengawas Obat Dan Makanan (Badan POM).
Production controls and inspection requirements
- Only meat products derived from animals slaughtered in keeping with Islamic rites and certified accordingly by an accepted Islamic Association may be exported. The exporter and importer are responsible to supply the required Halal certification.
- The imported meat and edible offal shall be shipped directly from the country of origin to the port of entry in Indonesia, except if approved otherwise by the Directorate General of Livestock Services of the Ministry of Agriculture of Indonesia.
Labelling, marking and packaging requirements
- The exporter and importer are responsible to ensure that the products are labelled in accordance with all Indonesian labelling requirements applicable at the time of importation, to the satisfaction of Indonesian authorities. Examples include the: requirement to indicate the date of slaughter on the shipping container; requirement to label in both English and Bahasa Indonesia; etc.
- The container for transporting meat and edible offal from the country of origin shall be sealed with a Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) official seal under the supervision of the CFIA and could only be opened by the authorized Animal Quarantine Officer at the port of entry. During transportation, the temperature in the container shall be kept stable.
Certificate of Inspection Covering Meat Products (CFIA/ACIA 1454)
The Import Recommendation Number must be mentioned in the "Additional Certification" section of CFIA/ACIA 1454 for all meat and poultry products destined to Indonesia.
- Annex A – Veterinary Certificate for Meat Products Derived from Cattle
Ministry of Agriculture (Kementerian Pertanian) (Bahasa Indonesian only)
Jalan Harsono RM. Nomor 3
Ragunan, Jakarta - 12550
Directorate General of Livestock and Animal Health (Direktorat Jenderal Perternakan Dan Kesehatan Hewan) (Bahasa Indonesian only)
Jalan Harsono RM Nomor 3, Gedung C Lt 6 – 9
Ragunan - Pasar Minggu Jakarta Selatan - 12550
Tel.: (021) 7815580 - 83, 7847319
Fax: (021) 7815583
National Agency of Food and Drug Control (NADFC) – Badan POM
Jalan Percetakan Negara Nomor 23
Selengkapnya, Jakarta - 10560
Tel.: +6221 4244691 / 42883309 / 42883462
Fax: +6221 4263333
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org
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