Sanitary Requirements for Export of Pet Food to Thailand
HA2791 (Amended 2016-09-21)
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- Canada is free of rinderpest, foot and mouth disease, velogenic Newcastle disease, bovine pleuropneumonia, hog cholera and African swine fever.
- The above mentioned product does not contain proteins derived from ruminant animals, with the exception of milk and milk by-products.
- The raw materials used to manufacture the pet food, originate from animals which have undergone ante and post-mortem inspection and were found free of any signs or symptoms of any reportable disease.
- In the case of dried or semi-moist products, the above mentioned product was produced in such a way that the ingredients of animal origin have been subject to a heat treatment of at least 90 °C throughout their substance.
- The end product was examined by random sampling of at least five (5) samples from each processed batch during storage or prior to dispatch and found to comply with the following standards:
- Salmonella: Absence in 25g: n=5, c=0, m=0, M=0
- Enterobacteriaceae: n=5, c=2, m=10, M=300 in 1g
- In the case of sterilized products (hermetically-sealed containers), the above mentioned product has been heated to a minimum Fo value of 3.0.
- The pet food described above can be sold without restriction in Canada.
- The above mentioned product has undergone all precautions to avoid recontamination with pathogenic agents after treatment.
- The above mentioned product was packed in new packaging material.
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