Considerations to be noted by exporters
Exporters are advised that sourcing avian meat and avian products (including by-products) for export must meet importing country requirements relating to hatching and/or processing and/or laying dates. This may include restrictions on exporting avian meat or avian products (including by-products) which were processed prior to Australia regaining its previous animal health status for avian influenza, or other specified requirements. Exporters are reminded that it is an offence to provide false or misleading information to the Australian Government.
Exporters need to ensure that the appropriate exporter declaration (as advised in the above mentioned MAAs) continues to be applied when raising health certification for avian meat and avian products. Exporters are reminded that it is an offence to provide false or misleading information to the Australian Government.
Normalisation of trade
Exporters should be aware that trade may not have recommenced immediately for all markets, and depending on specific certification and importing country requirements, extended delays may occur for some markets. Exporters are advised to continue working closely with their importers to ensure their product meets current importing requirements to manage potential commercial risk.
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