Phyto-Sanitary Controls=SPS

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 Sanitary and phytosanitary (SPS) measures are designed

to protect humans, animals and plants

from diseases, pests, or contaminants.

 

To continue trade with  the EU after 31 December 2020, you will need to follow new rules.

Prepare your business today and visit GOV.UK

 

Border controls for EU goods imported into Great Britain will be introduced at the end of Transition Period in stages to give businesses affected by coronavirus more time to prepare.

Solstor would like to  share with you useful links to Sanitary and Phytosanitary related subjects.

 

Export food, drink and agricultural products.

Guidance on importing and exporting animal products

Get an export health certificate

Importing products of animal origin (POAO)

 

Importer to the EU must apply  to be registered on Traces EU  as they are responsible for entry data to create Border Control Point.

 

What is Traces?

Register to Traces

 

 

Rules on Exporting composite products to the EU from 1 January 2021

Composite food products are for human consumption only.

They contain a mix of:

  • processed products of animal origin (POAO)
  • plant products used as a main ingredient - not just added for flavouring or processing

Examples are:

  • lasagne
  • pork pies
  • pepperoni pizza
  • cream liqueurs
  • chicken burritos

Information how ot export composit egoods to the EU could be found HERE

 

List of  approved Border Control Points (BCP) EU countries

 

Contact details of BCPs

 

  

 

Please act now as time is running out.

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