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Japan: Saga Prefecture resumes the export of poultry-derived products to the United States, Vietnam, and Macau

Japan
Regulation & Compliances
Market & Price Trends
Published Dec 29, 2023

Tridge summary

Following a case of highly pathogenic avian influenza in Saga Prefecture on November 25, 2021, discussions were held with export partner countries and regions leading to an agreement with the authorities of the United States, Vietnam, and Macau to resume exports of poultry-derived products from Saga Prefecture. This has resulted in the resumption of the issuance of export quarantine certificates necessary for exports to these countries. The export amount from January to October 2023 totaled 2.1 billion yen for chicken meat and 5.7 billion yen for chicken eggs, with specific amounts for Vietnam, Macau, and the United States.
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Original content

press release overview Since the first domestic case of highly pathogenic avian influenza this season was confirmed in Saga Prefecture on November 25, 2021, we have held discussions with export partner countries and regions regarding the application of regionalism, and The authorities of Hong Kong, Singapore, the United States, Vietnam, and Macau have approved the continued export of poultry-derived products from non-infected prefectures.To date, discussions have been held regarding the resumption of exports from affected prefectures. has recently reached an agreement with the authorities of the United States, Vietnam, and Macau to resume exports of poultry-derived products from Saga Prefecture that have been certified as free from highly pathogenic avian influenza.As a result, from today, animal quarantine We have resumed the issuance of export quarantine certificates necessary for exports to the United States, Vietnam, and Macau.As a result of this discussion, exports to the ...
Source: Maff
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