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Home News Export of fish oil from Canada to Brazil for human consumption

Brazil has notified the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) of new certification requirements for the export of fish oil from Canada to Brazil.  As a result of this, effective immediately, the current health certificates “Health Certificate for Fish and Fish Products for Wild Fisheries – For the Export of Eviscerated Finfish Products Intended for Human Consumption from Canada to Brazil” AQAH-1054 and the “Health Certificate for Fish and Fish Products for Wild Fisheries – For the Export of Uneviscerated Finfish Products Intended for Human Consumption from Canada to Brazil” AQAH-1055 shall no longer be issued for the export of fish oil for human consumption to Brazil.

Shipments of fish oil to Brazil accompanied with these certificates AQAH-1054 or AQAH-1055 may be detained by Brazilian authorities.

The CFIA has updated the fish and seafood export requirements for Brazil. A new export certificate is being finalized and a notice will be sent via Listserv when available.

Notice can be found here.

Source: Canadian Society of Customs Brokers (CSCB)

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