Meat products and treated stomachs, bladders, intestines
This page contains models of the required veterinary certificates, lists of third countries of origin and supplying establishments approved for the import and transit of meat products.
Treated stomachs, bladders and intestines present the same animal health risk as meat products. Consequently they are submitted to the same veterinary certification conditions for their import and transit.
Different conditions apply for casings.
They apply with reservation as to Import bans / temporary restrictions / special conditions in force at the time of import or transit:
Import and transit from third countries - Regulation
Approved countries of origin and models of the required veterinary certificatesThird countries listed in Decision 2007/777/EC annex II are eligible for exports.
The models of the veterinary certificates can be found in annex III (import) and annex IV (transit):
Third countries are eligible for exports according to the list referred to in
Approved supplying establishments in third countries
Additional certificate for products derived from domestic bovines, ovines and caprines laying down rules for the prevention, control and eradication of certain transmissible spongiform encephalopathies
Veterinary certificate for the import of meat products from fresh meat derived from ruminants/equidae and farmed or wild game meat from deer from New Zealand
- Paragraph 3 may be certified
- Paragraph 5 of the veterinary certificate must only be completed for products from ruminants.