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Eggs

New Caledonia (NC)

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1. Eggs

1.1 Import permit

1.2 Establishment listing

1.3 Production of eggs and egg products

Production of shell eggs
Production of egg products

1.4 Labelling and packaging

1.5 Use-by date and shelf life

1.6 Documentation requirements for eggs and egg products

Exporter update (24/08/2020)

The availability of some export certification may be affected due to the detections of notifiable avian influenza in Victoria in July and August 2020. Please refer to the latest Market Access Advice issued for the most up-to-date information on currently affected certificates. To obtain a copy, please email exportstandards@awe.gov.au

For eggs and egg products, use Z930 certificate (electronic).

Note
There are specific instructions for completing each page of the certificate. These are detailed on the certificate.
Embedded endorsement

I, the undersigned Official Veterinarian or inspector, do hereby certify that

  1. A. the above-listed products have been obtained, prepared, handled and stored in accordance with the exporting country's health requirements for production and control as provided for by the exporting country's legislation and are therefore deemed fit for human consumption and preserved from any direct or indirect contamination by products, goods or any objects that do not show the same guarantees in terms of animal health or food
  2. B. the above-listed products or their packages bear an official health marking certifying that they were entirely produced and inspected at the establishments stated in section 9.3, which are authorised to export by the exporting country
  3. C. the modes of transport and loading conditions meet the exporting country's legal requirements in terms of food safety,
  4. D. the exporting country's arrangements to manage the risks associated with transmissible spongiform encephalopathies (TSEs) agent is at least equivalent to recommendations of World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE)

I, the undersigned Official Veterinarian, do hereby certify that

  1. A. the above-listed products are being exported from a country or zone specified at Appendix VIII-6 of the present decree GNC (3) and that they meet any restrictive requirements which may be set forth in column 4 of Appendix VIII-6 of the present decree (3);
  2. B. table eggs have been packaged in new disposable containers.
  3. C. the above-listed products or their constituents or raw materials;
    1. 1) have undergone the ad hoc treatments specified at Appendix XI of the present decree (3) for inactivating the pathogens of Newcastle disease (ND) and notifiable avian influenza (NAI);
      OR
    2. 2) meet the following requirements:
  4. D. the above-listed products or their constituents or raw materials (when they do contain fresh meat or meat products of poultry) are entirely derived from animals which have passed ante-mortem and post-mortem inspections especially for Newcastle disease and notifiable avian influenza;
  5. E. the above-listed products or their constituents or raw materials:
    1. 1) are entirely derived from animals that, from hatching or not less than 3 months up to and including slaughter or eggs collection, have stayed in and travelled through only countries or zones:
      1. a) specified in Appendix VIII-6 of the present decree (3); and
      2. b) that were not subject to any ban (at the time the animals were staying in or travelling through such countries or zones) as specified at Appendix VIII-6 column 3 of the present decree (3); and
      3. c) that were (at the time the animals were staying in or travelling through such countries or zones) ND-free and highly pathogenic notifiable avian influenza (HPNAI); and
      4. d) in which there has been no evidence of Newcastle disease or highly pathogenic notifiable avian influenza:
        1. i) up until this certificate was issued; or
        2. ii) within three months after the animals stayed in or travelled trought or were slaughtered in such countries or zones;
        3. iii) within three months after the eggs were collected in such countries or zones; and

          are entirely derived from animals that, from hatching or not less than 3 months up to and including slaughter or eggs collection, have stayed in and travelled through only establishments:

          1. a) that were (at the time the animals were staying in or travelling through such establishments) free from notifiable avian influenza; and
          2. b) in which there has been no evidence of notifiable avian influenza:
            1. i) up until this certificate was issued; or
            2. ii) within three months after the animals stayed in or travelled through such establishments; or
            3. iii) within three months after the eggs were collected in such establishments; and

            4. are entirely derived from animals that, from hatching or no fewer than 30 days prior to and including slaughter or egg collection, have always remained at a distance of not less than 10 km away from any case of Newcastle disease or notifiable avian influenza;

1.7 Port-of-entry inspection and testing

1.8 Definitions

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Last updated: 29/03/2021 3:58 PMCreated: 15/01/2015 7:25 AM