A list of publications, documents, and guidance to help you understand and meet your obligations when importing pig meat and its products.
This guide will help you get your food label right.
You must label your food so it meets the rules of the Code. Your product could be recalled or you could be fined if you get this wrong.
This direction relates to any consignment that comprises or includes any raw or uncooked consumer-ready pork imported under one or more of the import health standard clauses listed in Schedule B to this direction.
This document gives an overview of the process of importing food into New Zealand; outlines how imported foods are categorised and which categories of food require clearance under the Food Act prior to entry into New Zealand; details the process for obtaining food safety clearance where it is required.
- Food Safety Clearance Application [DOCX, 83 KB]
Importers of food that requires a Food Safety Clearance will be referred to the Central Clearing House (CCH) of MPI’s Verification Services.
This document provides guidance to registered food importers on how to meet requirements set by, and under, the Food Act 2014 and gives guidance on how registered importers can meet these requirements.
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