The export of apples from New Zealand to China is subject to meeting the import phytosanitary requirements specified by China.
This document forms the basis of an integrated system‟s approach to meet China‟s phytosanitary requirements.
The export of apples from New Zealand to Taiwan is subject to meeting the import phytosanitary requirements specified by Taiwan.
This document addresses Taiwan‟s “Quarantine Requirements for the Importation of Apples from Countries or Districts Where Codling Moth Is Known to Occur,” and integrates it with the additional post harvest requirements for Taiwan.
This document forms the basis of an integrated system‟s approach to meet Taiwan‟s phytosanitary requirements. Specifically, the programme outlines the requirements to be met by growers, packers, coolstores, exporters and Independent Verification Agencies (IVA‟s) of apples for export to Taiwan.
Exporting, Food, Fruit & Vegetables, Korea, Republic of
Operational requirements to be met by growers, packhouse operators, exporters and Independent Verification Agencies (IVAs) for the provision of codling moth (Cydia pomonella) and shothole (Stigmina carpophila) additional declarations for the export of cherries to Korea.
This introduction is not part of the Plant Export Requirement, but is intended to indicate its general effect. This programme defines the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) operational requirements for growers, MPI Approved Organisations (MAOs) and Independent Verification Agencies (IVAs) to meet requirements for the provision of additional declarations for export of apples to Codling Moth Sensitive Markets (CMSM).
This official assurance programme (OAP) provides a framework for MPI approved organisations (MAOs) to use when developing operating procedures in their MAO systems ready for use in a fruit fly incursion. It defines how to meet importing countries' additional phytosanitary requirements for export certified fruit fly host material during a fruit fly incursion. In the event of a fruit fly incursion, a range of phytosanitary measures will be implemented to ensure that export certified host material is free from economically significant fruit flies.
Grade Certification of Apples, Pears & Kiwifruit - Official Assurance Programme
This programme offers the opportunity for organisations to obtain Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) grade certification attesting to the grade for apples, pears and kiwifruit being exported to the European Union (EU), Canada and the United States of America (USA). This certification confirms the fruit is compliant with the relevant international standards and regulations.
Loose Tomatoes to Australia - Official Assurance Programme
MPI Approved Standard Operating Procedures (SOP): Persimmon and strawberry. Please contact your IVA for a copy of the most recent version of these procedures.
- Persimmon Industry Council Country Guide-Thailand Version 2: March 2016
- Fresh strawberries to Thailand requirements and packhouse Standard Operating Procedures Version 2: March 2016
This document identifies the current approved options for implementation of the requirements outlined in section 4.1 of the Importing Countries Phytosanitary Requirements (ICPR) for Thailand and must be followed in order to obtain phytosanitary certification. Alternative, equivalent measures to meeting the ICPR may be requested; however these are subject to MPI approval before implementation.
Keywords: Official Assurance Programme
Kiwifruit - competency guidelines for identifying common pests using the Zespri system
The phytosanitary requirements in this document are provided by the Summerfruit Industry and may be used as the basis for export certification. However, exporters should be aware that importing countries may change their requirements at any time; at short notice or without giving notice to New Zealand (see document for full disclaimer).
Compliance with this document is not to be taken as a guarantee that any particular goods will be granted access to any overseas market. We recommend that exporters work with their importers to obtain the most up-to-date information.
Keywords: Official Assurance Programme
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