Sanitary Requirements for Export of Porcine Dried Blood Products from Canada to Vietnam
HA 2347 (Amended 2015-09-10)
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- Canada is free from Foot-and-mouth disease, African swine fever, Classical swine fever, and Pseudorabies disease.
- Anthrax, and Tuberculosis diseases are not prevalent in Canada.
- The porcine blood was collected at slaughter plants that operate under CFIA inspection.
- The porcine blood was not mixed with any product of ruminant origin or with meals imported from other countries.
- The blood cells and plasma were obtained only form pigs originating in Canada and do not contain any ruminant ingredient.
- The processing establishment does not receive, store or process any ruminant material.
- The product is not fit for human consumption.
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