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Coronavirus/COVID-19 – update on exports

We are slowly getting used to the ‘new normal’ and it seems that coronavirus may be around and affecting us for some time to come. We are ...   Read more >

EHC online – update

Export Health Certificates Online (EHCO) – the online portal for applying for export health certificates (EHCs) is expanding Following some tria...   Read more >

Coronavirus/COVID-19 – what does it mean for exports?

We are all struggling to come to terms with the significant disruption to our daily lives, as a result of the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic. It is a f...   Read more >

EHCO, EHCO – read all about it!

The way you apply for export health certificates (EHCs) is changing – Export Health Certificates Online (EHCO) APHA are in the process of rollin...   Read more >

Why do I need a vet to export certain food products?

Do I really need a vet to export food? Don’t they treat sick animals? Many companies who are looking to export food products of animal origin fo...   Read more >

Agri-food exports to EU continue to be hard hit. Change in EU exports for first two months of 2021 vs 2020:

Meat: -52%
Dairy & eggs: -39%
Fish & shellfish: -54%
Cereals: -40%
Vegetables & fruit: -47%
Sugar: -49%
Coffee & tea: -31%
Animal feed: -39%
Beverages: -34%

New Export Health Certificates come into force on 21 April for composite products being exported to the EU. Here's a useful summary of what it means from FDEA member @amivet_exports https://www.amivetexports.co.uk/brexit/animal-health-regs/ Yet more paperwork!

Cadbury and McVitie's exports to EU will need 'to be signed off by vets' under new rules on food safety https://inews.co.uk/news/cadbury-and-mcvities-exports-to-eu-will-need-to-be-signed-off-by-vets-under-new-rules-on-food-safety-911603?ito=twitter_share_article-top

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