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Brazil - Export requirements for fish and seafood

Eligible/Ineligible product

Eligible

Ineligible

Canada is currently in negotiation with Brazil for export certification of cultured aquatic animals intended for human consumption.

Pre-export approvals by competent authority of importing country

Establishments

Label Registration

Documentation requirements

Certificate

  1. For eviscerated wild finfish products (including fish oil):

    Health Certificate for Fish and Fish Products for Wild Fisheries - For the Export of Eviscerated Finfish Products Intended for Human Consumption from Canada to Brazil (AQAH-1054)

  2. For uneviscerated wild finfish products:

    Health Certificate for Fish and Fish Products for Wild Fisheries - For the Export of Uneviscerated Finfish Products Intended for Human Consumption from Canada to Brazil (AQAH-1055)

  3. For wild molluscs:

    Health Certificate for Fish and Fish Products from Wild Fisheries – For the Export of Molluscs Intended for Human Consumption from Canada to Brazil (AQAH-1053)

  4. For wild crustaceans (non-shrimp):

    Health Certificate for Fish and Fish Products from Wild Fisheries – For the Export of Crustaceans (except shrimp) Intended for Human Consumption from Canada to Brazil (AQAH-1020)

  5. For wild live crustaceans:

    Health Certificate for Fish and Fish Products from Wild Fisheries – For the Export of Live Crustaceans (except shrimp) Intended for Human Consumption from Canada to Brazil (AQAH-1059)

  6. For live aquatic animals and aquaculture product:

    Certification requirements have not been agreed upon for these products and specific requirements related to animal health may apply. Please contact your local CFIA Office for more information.

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