Kelp - Liquid

Scientific Name

​Durrillaea potatorum

Kelp - Liquid (Processed plant products)

China (CN)

China (CN)

​Durrillaea potatorum

Kelp - Liquid

Processed plant products -   No
NPPO details:

​General Administration of Quality, Supervision, Inspection & Quarantine (AQSIQ) , Peoples Republic of China     

Relevant web addresses:

Export Criteria

Criteria Criteria Required?
Import Permit No
Phytosanitary Certificate Yes
Additional Declaration/Endorsement No
Protocol Market No

General Requirements

Consignments are to be free from pests, soil, weed seeds and extraneous material.

Australia considers Liquid kelp as highly processed plant products with minimal phytosanitary risks. However, China requires a phytosanitary certificate for liquid kelp. In order to issue a phytosanitary certificate with additional declaration No 1563, exporters must provide a signed declaration when requesting authorisation of a Liquid Kelp. The declaration must indicate that the Liquid Kelp has been produced commercially and undergone sufficient processing to mitigate phytosanitary risks. As a minimum the below criteria should be addressed as applicable:

  • evidence of the manufacturing process, such as cleaning, treatment (heat, chemical or cold pressed) and storage.
  • the name of the type of Liquid if applicable (non-commercial description)
  • liquid kelp does not contain any plant based contaminant such as leaves, stem, roots, seeds etc and is also free of any animal contents
  • manufacturers address
  • for imported liquid kelp, country of origin must be specified in the exporter's declaration.

Exporter declarations do not come in a standard format and can be presented in any form that effectively conveys the required information. If there are any issues providing the above the exporter should contact grain.export@agriculture.gov.au.

Note: Exporters should request authorisation and issuance of a phytosanitary certificate prior to export.


Treatment


Additional Declaration/Endorsements

​Option 1 (EXDOC No 1563)

1) The products described above have been processed to the point where they do not remain capable of being infested with quarantine pests.


Reference

​Import conditions determined by the GSEP based on exporter's advice and existing markets for other processed plant products.


Initial Uploaded: 05/04/2019
Reviewed Uploaded: 01/07/2019