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Non-prescribed goods

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General conditions

1. General conditions for edible non-prescribed goods

1.1. Prohibited

Unless specified within the commodity list below, the Department is not aware of any prohibited edible non prescribed goods* for export to Malaysia.

1.2. Conditions

Unless specified within the commodity list below, the Department is unaware of any specific requirement for edible non-prescribed goods* that are for export to Malaysia.

*Importing country requirements for some non-prescribed goods that contain meat, fish, dairy or egg products and animal by-products are covered on the relevant meat, dairy, fish or egg pages in Micor. You should check for importing country requirements there.

2. General conditions for inedible non-prescribed goods

2.1. Prohibited

Unless specified within the commodity list below, the Department is unaware of any prohibited inedible non-prescribed goods* for export to Malaysia.

2.2. Conditions

Compliance with relevant Australian domestic requirements. Unless specified within the commodities listed below, the Department is unaware of any specific requirement for inedible non-prescribed goods* that are for export to Malaysia.

*Importing country requirements for some non-prescribed goods that contain meat, fish, dairy or egg products and animal by-products are covered on the relevant meat, dairy, fish or egg pages in Micor. You should check for importing country requirements there.

Specific goods

Acid-hydrolyzed vegetable protein (HVP)

For consignments of HVP and non-prescribed food products containing HVP, use EX188B (manual) certificate.

Note
The level of 3-monochloropropane-1,2-diol (3-MCPD) in the food products must be indicated on the certificate.

Exporter needs to provide a laboratory report with their application for certification confirming the level of 3-monochloropropane-1,2-diol (3-MCPD) in the food products.

Edible apiculture products

1. Preconditions for market access

1.1 Import permit

Exporters are not required to obtain an import permit; however, they are encouraged to confirm the importing conditions through their importer, or if needed the government authority of Malaysia.

1.2 Listing and audit
Listing and audit procedureRequired?
AuditNot required
Listing — Department's Establishment Register (ER)Not required
1.3 Prohibited products

The Department is not aware of any prohibited edible apiculture products for export to Malaysia.

2. Documentation requirements

2.1 Government certification
Australian produced honey

For consignments of 100% Australian origin raw and processed honey use Declaration and Certificate as to Condition EX188B with the following endorsement entered in the “Additional certification” field of the certificate:

Based on the registration, approval and compliance activities of the Australian Pesticide and Veterinary Medicines Authority, the certifying authority has no reason to suspect that the above product contains chloramphenicol.

Product containing imported honey

For consignments of raw and processed honey products containing imported honey use Declaration and Certificate as to Condition EX188B with no additional endorsement.

2.2 Supporting documents and exporter declarations
Product containing imported honey

The government certificate must be accompanied by a 'Certificate of Analysis' confirming that the raw or processed honey has been tested by a NATA accredited laboratory and no trace of chloramphenicol was detected.

3. Other requirements

The Department is not aware of any other requirements.

4. Exemptions granted by the importing country

The Department is not aware of any exemptions being granted by Malaysia. Exporters are encouraged to confirm if any exemptions apply by contacting their importer or, if needed, the government authority of Malaysia.

Inedible apiculture products

1. Preconditions for market access

1.1 Import permit

Exporters are not required to obtain an import permit; however, they are encouraged to confirm the importing conditions through their importer, or if needed the government authority of Malaysia.

1.2 Listing and audit
Listing and audit procedureRequired?
AuditNot required
Listing – Department's Establishment Register (ER)Not required
1.3 Prohibited products

The Department is not aware of any prohibited inedible apiculture products for this market.

2. Documentation requirements

2.1 Government certification
Australian-produced honeybee pollen and beeswax

For consignments of 100% Australian origin bee pollen and beeswax use Declaration and Certificate as to Condition EX188B with the following endorsement entered in the "Additional certification" field of the certificate:

Based on the registration, approval and compliance activities of the Australian Pesticide and Veterinary Medicines Authority, the certifying authority has no reason to suspect that the above product contains chloramphenicol.

Product containing imported bee pollen and beeswax

For consignments of bee pollen and beeswax containing imported components use Declaration and Certificate as to Condition EX188B with no additional endorsement.

2.2 Supporting documents and exporter declarations
Product containing imported bee pollen and beeswax

The government certificate must be accompanied by a 'Certificate of Analysis' confirming that the bee pollen or beeswax has been tested by a NATA accredited laboratory and no trace of chloramphenicol was detected.

3. Other requirements

The Department is not aware of any other requirements.

4. Exemptions granted by the importing country

The Department is not aware of any exemptions being granted by Malaysia. Exporters are encouraged to confirm if any exemptions apply by contacting their importer, or if needed the government authority of Malaysia.

Peanut butter

For consignments of peanut butter, use EX188B (manual) certificate.

Note
Consignments must be accompanied by a certificate of analysis (parameter of Aflotoxin) issued by an accredited laboratory recognised by the Department.

Seaweed and seaweed-based products

No Department certification is required for these products.

Note
Consignments must be accompanied by a certificate of analysis (parameter of inorganic arsenic) issued by an accredited laboratory recognised by the Department.

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Last updated: 19/11/2021 5:58 PMCreated: 17/08/2020 9:32 AM