The purpose of these guidelines are to explain the interpretation and implementation of the specific procedures applying to the re-enforced checks (REC) requirements carried out on seafood, under Council Directive 97/78/EC.
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Yn y DU, yr awdurdodau lleol a’r awdurdodau iechyd porthladdoedd sy’n gyfrifol am reoli bwydydd wedi’u harbelydru sy’n cael eu mewnforio, gan gynnwys cyflawni profion priodol. Gellir mewnforio bwydydd penodol sydd wedi’u harbelydru i’r DU ar yr amod eu bod yn bodloni rheolau penodol.
There are strict rules for the commercial import from outside the European Union (EU) of fishery products, bivalve molluscs and products that contain them.
There are strict rules on importing other products of animal origin.
All products imported into the UK must comply with European Union (EU) law on contaminants.
Import of feed and food of non-animal origin of known or emerging risk: Guidance notes for feed and food businesses (Wales)
Guidance on the increased level of controls on imports of certain feed and food of non-animal origin to assist compliance for feed and food business operators who import feed and/or food of non-animal origin of known or emerging risk.
In the UK, local authorities and port health authorities are responsible for controlling imports of irradiated foods, including appropriate testing. Certain foods that have been irradiated may be imported into the UK, as long as they comply with certain rules.