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PRODUCER MUST BE DECLARED FOR ALL IMPORTED FOODA.

Wednesday, June 05, 2013


 

The overseas producer of an imported food must have previously been declared for two categories of imported foods - "risk" category foods and foods that are subject to a Holding Order.

Effective immediately the Department of Agriculture Fisheries and Forestry (DAFF) require Full Import Declarations (FID's) prepared by Customs Brokers to nominate a producer for each line of imported food shown on the declaration.

Failure to declare a producer will delay the clearance of the shipment and possibly incur additional charges due to the delay.

Clients are requested to ensure producer details are known to us at time of receipt of documentation for each shipment to facilitate earliest possible DAFF clearance and delivery.

 

 

 
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