- Import Health Standard (IHS)
- United States of America, Importing, Food, Meat
Import health standards are documents issued under section 24A of the Biosecurity Act 1993. They state the requirements that must be met before risk goods can be imported into New Zealand.
MPI has produced guidance documents to help you meet the requirements of import health standards. While you do not have to comply with the guidance, MPI considers the guidance best practice. Where available, these are listed with the related standard.
During the transition to a new import health standard (IHS), the standards being revoked will be listed as related documents of the new IHS. You can search for any IHS using its short code, but if it's an IHS about to be revoked it will appear as a related document under the new IHS. Click on the '+' sign to see related documents.
If you can't find the IHS for your commodity, email email@example.com
keywords: meabdsic.aus, bovine, ovine, caprine, cervine
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keywords: meabeeic.eec, beef
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10 October 2017 - The agreed negotiated certificate from Japan can be seen at the above link. Please note the page issued by the Japan Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare does not require an official stamp.
keywords: meabeeic.jap, bovine, beef
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keywords: meabeeic.nam, beef, cattle
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keywords: meabeeic.van, bovine, beef
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keywords: meadeeic.eec, venison
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keywords: meadeeic.nca, venison
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keywords: fodkanic.aus, petfood, fodder, animal food
keywords: fodrabic.aus, petfood, fodder, animal food
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keywords: fodpetic.aus, meat, petfood, fodder, animal food, bovine, caprine, cervine, ovine, equine