Eggs and non-prescribed goods

2. Non-Prescribed Goods

2.1. Prohibited Edible Non-Prescribed Goods

PROHIBITED EDIBLE NON-PRESCRIBED GOODS

 
DAFF is not aware of any prohibited edible non prescribed products, including edible apiculture products for this market.
Updated: 27 Aug 2014

2.2. Conditions For Edible Non-Prescribed Goods

CONDITIONS FOR EDIBLE NON-PRESCRIBED GOODS

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Compliance with Japan’s  Food Sanitation Act. No certification is necessary for export to Japan.


Consignments of frozen fruit and vegetables may be sent with an EX188B with the following attestation; 

​‘The fruit and/or the vegetables in the consignment have been frozen at -17.8 degrees C or less and the temperature has been maintained until the time of import inspection.’

The Maximum Residue Limit (MRL)​ of Patulin for consignments of apple juice to Japan is 0.05 ppm. 
Updated: 05 Jun 2018

2.3. Prohibited Inedible Non-Prescribed Goods

PROHIBITED INEDIBLE NON-PRESCRIBED GOODS

 
DAFF is not aware of any prohibited inedible non-prescribed goods, including inedible apiculture products for this market.
Updated: 27 Aug 2014

2.4. Conditions For Inedible Non-Prescribed Goods

CONDITIONS FOR INEDIBLE NON-PRESCRIBED PRODUCT

Generally, compliance with relevant Australian domestic requirements is satisfactory and no certification is necessary for export to Japan.
Updated: 01 Jul 2015

ANIMAL FEED PRODUCTS THAT CONTAIN DI-CALCIUM PHOSPHATE

For animal feed products that contain di-calcium phosphate, use the manufacture's declaration along with the department's letterhead declaration.  

Updated: 11 Apr 2017

ANIMAL FEED PRODUCTS THAT CONTAIN GELATINE DERIVED FROM BOVINE HIDE

For animal feed products that contain gelatine derived exclusively from bovine hide, use EX188B certificate with the following endorsement:

The gelatine contained in this product is derived 100% from bovine hides.

Note: Certification has not been established for animal feed products that contain gelatine derived from bones. Exporters interested in sending this product to Japan are advised to contact their regional office.

Updated: 28 Jul 2015