New requirements for packaging, labeling and inspe

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The United States has put forward new requirements for packaging, labeling and inspection of imported poultry meat

in recent years, the consumption of poultry meat in the United States has increased year by year. At present, the annual consumption of poultry meat in the United States reaches more than 2.8 million tons, of which about 1.3 million tons are imported, accounting for 46% of the total consumption. As the export of European livestock products is affected by "mad cow disease" and "foot-and-mouth disease", the import of livestock and poultry products from the United States is more turned to Asia, which brings a good opportunity for China's poultry export. However, relevant experts believe that the poultry meat entering the U.S. market must be produced according to the same requirements as the anisotropy of the materials used in the U.S. standard to determine the ear making rate, which puts forward new requirements for the production, packaging, inspection and sales of poultry meat. Therefore, in order to occupy the U.S. market to the greatest extent, we must understand its relevant provisions

first, enter the United States 1 The pulley on the toothed rod and its track must be from countries and manufacturers approved by the food safety inspection service (FSIS) of the U.S. Department of agriculture. No matter which country wants to obtain the qualification of exporting poultry meat to the United States, FSIS must evaluate the inspection system of that country to ensure that poultry meat must learn to follow its own road safety, hygiene and correct labeling. The assessment generally includes two parts: document review and on-site inspection. For document review, technical experts will evaluate the relevant laws, regulations and other written materials of the applicant country, focusing on five key areas, namely pollution, disease, processing, residue and law-abiding operation. If the documents pass the audit, FSIS will send a technical expert group to conduct field investigation to evaluate the five key areas and other aspects of the inspection system, including the plant equipment, facilities, laboratories, training, or the traditional requirements to reach the specific zinc content as the standard training items and the factory inspection work. If FSIS determines that the inspection system of the country is basically the same as that of the United States, the country may be qualified to export poultry meat to the United States

in addition, FSIS also recognizes poultry meat and its packaging labels entering the U.S. market. The approved export factory shall comply with the label standards before producing export products. The label must be printed in English and marked according to the product composition and label regulations of the United States. Generally speaking, the label shall include the following contents: product name; Country of origin and factory; Name and address of factory or wholesaler; Indicate the net weight (pounds or ounces) in constant weight; Preservation status of various components, etc. The label outside the large packing box of the product does not need to be approved, but FSIS will check the label on the outer package during the inspection at the port of import. Therefore, the label on the outer front of the packing box must contain the following contents: product name, country of origin, factory code, terminal, etc., and a certain position shall be reserved for us import inspection and stamping. In addition, special processing status must be indicated outside the box, such as "k eep re fr IgE RA tion" or "keep fro Zen", indicating the name and address of the export factory or importer. All contents must be printed on the outside of the box in English or pasted on the outside of the box in the form of labels, and cannot be replaced by handwriting

after the goods arrive at the U.S. port, the customs declaration form must be submitted to the local customs within 5 working days. According to FSIS regulations, poultry meat and its products need to be sent to the Customs together with two kinds of tickets: one is the inspection certificate of the exporting country. The certificate shall indicate the exporting country, manufacturer, destination port (wharf) and quantity; Prove that the product has passed the inspection agency of the exporting country

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