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Weekly update from GOV.UK for: Animal and Plant Health Agency

By October 20, 2023No Comments

Export of non-ruminant processed animal proteins and rendered fats not intended for human consumption to Chile: certificate 8713 updated

Page summary:
Apply online to export non-ruminant poultry, porcine and equine PAPs derived from protein, including pure or mixed viscera meals, meat and bone meal, feathermeal and oils or fats to Chile not intended for human consumption.

Change made:
Guidance notes updated

Export hydrolysed protein, dicalcium phosphate and tricalcium phosphate to Turkey: certificate 8813

Page summary:
Apply online to export hydrolysed protein, dicalcium phosphate and tricalcium phosphate not intended for human consumption to Turkey.

Change made:
First published.

Animal by-product operating plants: approved premises

Page summary:
Details of approved and registered animal by-product (ABP) operating plants in Great Britain and the Channel Islands.

Change made:
Approved list of animal by-product plants in Great Britain updated for October 2023.

Import risk categories for animals and animal products imported from the EU to Great Britain, from 31 January 2024

Page summary:
Import risk categories under the Border Target Operating Model (TOM) for animals or animal products you’re importing from the EU to Great Britain (England, Scotland and Wales), and the import rules for each category.

Change made:
We’ve updated the risk categories spreadsheet. 51 aquatic commodity codes have been updated with new comments and more detailed descriptions. The risk categories for these commodities vary, depending on whether they are imported as a live animal or as a product of animal origin.

Export porcine blood products for laboratory use to Canada: certificate 8810

Page summary:
Apply online to export porcine blood products for laboratory use which may contain Streptococcus suis to Canada.

Change made:
First published.

Contact APHA

Page summary:
How to contact the Animal and Plant Health Agency.

Change made:
Added a link to Veterinary Delivery Partner contact details on the TB Hub website.

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