Requirement documents for dairy exports
A list of requirements you need to meet when exporting dairy products.
The Dairy Industry (Food Act 1981) Exemption Order exempted export dairy products from New Zealand labelling requirements.
Specifies requirements that must be met in relation to dairy products intended for export.
This notice prescribes procedures and requirements for the disposal of non-conforming dairy material or dairy product for the purpose of regulation 5 of the Regulations.
For the purposes of safeguarding assurances provided by New Zealand, this notice sets verification requirements and frequencies in relation to animal products for export.
The purpose of this Notice is to facilitate market access and safeguard assurances provided by New Zealand by setting out general requirements that must be met in order for honey and other bee products to be eligible for export. In particular, this Notice specifies the following:
a) requirements for ensuring that bee products meet market access requirements; and
b) requirements for ensuring traceability through the export supply chain; and
c) definition for monofloral and multifloral mānuka honey and associated requirements.
This Notice specifies the requirements that must be met in order for dairy material and dairy products to be labelled as halal or obtained a halal certificate when exported.
This Notice puts in place criteria for certain New Zealand origin label claims on retail-ready infant formula, follow-on formula, and formulated supplementary foods for young children intended for export. The criteria are contained in Part 3. The criteria are necessary to support regulators' and consumers' ability to identify authentic New Zealand products in overseas markets.
This notice specifies the requirements that must be followed in order to receive an official assurance to accompany exported dairy material or dairy products within the scope of the Animal Products Act 1999 (the Act).
Summary of Records Templates for Designated Markets.
Food Act s347