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Non-prescribed goods

New Zealand

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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 unaware of any prohibited edible non-prescribed goods* for export to New Zealand.

1.2. Conditions

Compliance with domestic requirements. Under the terms of the Trans-Tasman Mutual Recognition Agreement (PDF 60 KB), there is no requirement for an export certificate for edible non prescribed products*.

The exporter should confirm whether a manufacturer's declaration is required by confirming through their importer, or if needed the government authority of New Zealand.

*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 New Zealand.

2.2 Conditions

Compliance with relevant Australian domestic requirements. The Department is not aware of any requirement for certification for inedible non-prescribed goods* for export to New Zealand.

*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

Apiculture products

1. Preconditions for market access

Apiculture products are prohibited from export to New Zealand.

2. Documentation requirements

3. Other requirements

4. Exemptions granted by importing country


Latest updates

03/06/2021 - Updated link to Trans-Tasman Mutual Recognition Agreement (PDF)
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Last updated: 20/11/2021 9:58 AMCreated: 17/08/2020 9:32 AM