The information provided in the documents attached is current at the time of writing and is intended for use as guidance only and should not be taken as definitive or exhaustive. The Commonwealth endeavours to keep information current and accurate, however, it may be subject to change without notice. Exporters are encouraged to verify all details with their importers prior to undertaking production/exports. The Commonwealth will not accept liability for any loss resulting from reliance on information contained in the notices.
Note: This list displays current notices only.
Date of Effect
|FISH07/15||Access conditions for Abalone and Dried Anchovy to New Zealand||New Zealand||19 November 2007|
|FISH07/14||Publication of final report of mission conducted by the European Union in Australia; 19 February - 2 March 2007||EU member states||11 October 2007|
|FISH07/10||Canned Gastropod Products||Canada||7 September 2007|
|FISH07/09||A consignment of Australian frozen crabs has been detained in China as it did not comply with the Chinese regulatory level for cadmium. AQIS advises exporters of crustaceans to check cadmium levels prior to export to China.||China||29 August 2007|
|FISH07/08||The Republic of Korea (South Korea) has prohibited the use of oilfish and escolar for human food. Therefore, these species cannot be exported to Korea.||South Korea||13 August 2007|
|FISH07/06||Rejection of product in Greece. The Greek authorities interpret the EU requirements to mean that a consignment is the product covered by a single health certificate.||Greece||July 2007|
|FISH07/04||New health certification for exports to the EU. For all bivalve molluscs, the EU requires the harvest area and harvest code to appear on the health certificate.||EU member states||2 July 2007|
UFN = Until Further Notice