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Part 3 of our Mini Video Series: 7 steps to make sure you get it right - EU food licence law

(S) Part 3: EU rules for the completion of export health certificates are complex. Here are seven steps to follow to get it right.

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What happened? The EU has published the rules to follow for the completion and use of the model animal health certificates and model animal health/official certificates for certain imports into the EU. The rules explain how animal health certificates must be completed and on what models for various species..

Why does it matter? Using outdated or incorrect certificates can lead to goods being rejected at the border and this increases delays and costs.

What can I do? Exporters to the EU of the animal products concerned need to make sure that they have the correct documentation, completed in all particulars and stamped and signed by authorized veterinarians as per the EU legislation.

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Name of the Regulation: Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2021/403 of 24 March 2021 laying down rules for the application of Regulations (EU) 2016/429 and (EU) 2017/625 of the European Parliament and of the Council as regards model animal health certificates and model animal health/official certificates, for the entry into the Union and movements between Member States of consignments of certain categories of terrestrial animals and germinal products thereof, official certification regarding such certificates and repealing Decision 2010/470/EU (Text with EEA relevance)

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