Certification requirements for Indonesia
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The following certificates are available:
- Aquatic Animal Health and Sanitary Certificate for the Export of Crustaceans for Human Consumption, from Canada to Indonesia (AQAH-1029)
- Aquatic Animal Health and Sanitary Certificate for the Export of Molluscs for Human Consumption from Canada to Indonesia (AQAH-1073)
- Aquatic Animal Health and Sanitary Certificate for the Export of Finfish for Human Consumption from Canada to Indonesia (AQAH-1078)
- In addition to the above-mentioned certificates, each shipment must also be accompanied by a Certificate of Origin and Hygiene CFIA/ACIA 5003 (2002/05) available through Fish and Seafood.
- All fish and fish products to be exported from Canada must also be processed in fish processing establishments that are registered by the CFIA and operating under an acceptable Quality Management Program that meets the requirements of the Fish Inspection Regulations.
- Currently, certificate (AQAH-1073) only applies to export of the following species of molluscs for human consumption (Crassostrea gigas (non-live products only), Mytilus edulis, Mytilus galloprovincialis (non-live products only), Panopea abrupta, Panopea generosa, Placopecten magellanicus, Patinopecten yessoensis and Venerupis philippinarum).
- There may be existing certificates or additional information from the Fish and Seafood program. However, for the specific commodities above, an aquatic animal health certificate is required.
- To request an export certificate outlined above or if you require any other information on aquatic animal health export certification, please contact your CFIA Area Office.
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