Documents and requirements attached to imported
The accompanying documents for import food inspection include general accompanying documents and professional accompanying documents.
Generally, the accompanying documents mainly refer to the contracts, invoices, packing lists and other trade documents and the power of attorney for inspection application (applicable for inspection inspection by the inspection department);
The accompanying professional documents mainly refer to the Chinese label samples of imported foods reviewed by the inspection department, the official quarantine certificate of the exporting country or region (the food of animal and plant origin is specified), and the corresponding test report (the label has specific details). Value marked), official sanitary certificates (such as imported dairy products, etc.), 'People’s Republic of China Entry Animal and Plant Quarantine License' (subject to entry quarantine approval), etc.
In addition, in accordance with the 'Notice on Issuing the 'Regulations on the Administration of Filing of Imported Food Importers and Exporters' and 'Regulations on the Administration of Import Sales Records' (2012 No. 55), the importer/consignor of imported food needs to file for the record. It is necessary to indicate the record number of the consignee/consignor in the special requirements column of the inspection declaration form and provide the import record and sales record of the last batch of goods. The first import declaration is also required for the first import, and the first import declaration is required for the last batch of unsold goods. A statement that the last batch of goods was not sold. When applying for inspection, the specific documents required will be different depending on the type of imported food.
2. What are the special requirements on the documents and materials of alcohol products when applying for inspection?
In addition to providing relevant accompanying documents in accordance with ordinary imported food, the certificate of origin must also be provided for imported alcohol. If you import American wine, you must provide the version of the 'Wine Export Certificate' prescribed by the General Administration.
3. Are there any special regulations for imported Japanese food when applying for inspection?
my country currently prohibits the import of food from 10 prefectures in Japan: Fukushima, Gunma, Tochigi, Ibaraki, Miyagi, Niigata, Nagano, Saitama, Tokyo, and Chiba. Japanese food that is allowed to be imported must be submitted with a certificate of origin confirmed by China when applying for inspection. If importing milk and dairy products, tea and products, fruit products and vegetable products from Japan, in addition to the required certificate of origin, It is also necessary to provide a radioactive substance inspection certificate issued by Japan.
4. What special documents do I need to provide when applying for inspection of imported dairy products?
1. Imported dairy products should be submitted to the official foreign dairy product hygiene certificate confirmed by the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine. The veterinary hygiene certificate for dairy products exported to China from the Netherlands has been paperless, and only the certificate number is required when applying for inspection;
2. For dairy products imported for the first time, the inspection report of the items listed in the national food safety standard of the corresponding product should be provided when applying for inspection, including the standards for contaminants and mycotoxins in food cited in the standards. For dairy products that are not imported for the first time, the inspection report of the items specified by the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine shall be provided, as well as the copy of the inspection report and inspection report provided at the time of first import;
3. Imported pasteurized milk must provide the 'People's Republic of China Entry Animal and Plant Quarantine License'.
5. What are the requirements for the accompanying documents when applying for inspection of imported edible oil?
In addition to providing relevant accompanying documents in accordance with ordinary imported foods, pre-packaged edible vegetable oils exported to China for the first time shall provide test reports for items specified in the corresponding national food safety standards. When re-importing, a copy of the first import test report and the The important items determined by the risk analysis and the inspection reports of the items designated by the inspection and quarantine agency; when applying for inspection of imported olive oil, an official certificate of olive oil origin must be provided.
6. What special documents must be provided when applying for inspection of imported genetically modified food?
When applying for inspection of imported genetically modified food, it is necessary to provide the 'Agricultural Genetically Modified Organism Safety Certificate'. For imported genetically modified organisms (such as soybean oil, corn oil, rapeseed oil, tomato paste, etc.) that are included in the agricultural genetically modified organisms catalog for label management, In addition to providing relevant documents in accordance with the regulations, the inspection and quarantine agency should also provide relevant certification materials issued by overseas exporters or officials on whether they contain genetically modified products.
7. What special documents and materials need to be provided when applying for inspection of imported organic food?
In addition to providing relevant accompanying documents in accordance with ordinary imported foods, imported organic foods also need to provide the following documents: 1. Organic product certification certificates and organic product sales certificates (or certification materials issued by certification agencies that do not require sales certificates) , The certificate information can be checked on the 'China Food and Agricultural Products Certification Information System' at http://food.cnca.cn. 2. If there is a foreign organic certification mark on the label, relevant certification materials should be provided.
8. At present, which countries can import bird's nest products, and what are the special requirements when applying for inspection?
Currently, only Malaysian and Indonesian bird’s nests that meet the requirements are allowed to enter the country. The following points need to be paid attention to when applying for inspection: 1. Imported bird’s nest products must be accompanied by a veterinary (hygiene) certificate and certificate of origin confirmed by the General Administration; 2. In the “special clauses and other requirements of the contract” column in the inspection form Indicate the registered name and registration number of the overseas manufacturer in China; 3. When applying for inspection, accurately fill in the type of bird's nest (edible bird's nest), source (house bird's nest, cave bird's nest), color (white, red) and other information.
9. What accompanying documents need to be provided when applying for inspection of imported chilled salmon?
For imported chilled salmon, in addition to the contract, invoice, packing list, proxy inspection authorization letter (applicable only for inspection inspection agency) and other general accompanying documents when applying for inspection, the following accompanying documents are also required : 1. Pre-verification form for inspection application or 'Entry Animal and Plant Quarantine License of the People's Republic of China'; 2. Inspection and quarantine certificate issued by the exporting country or region; 3. Certificate of origin; 4. Provide consignee/consignor The record number, the import record and sales record of the last batch of goods, the first import declaration is also required for the first import, and the last batch of goods unsold declaration is also required for the last batch not sold.
10. What accompanying documents should be prepared for the raw pistachios (open) imported from Iran when applying for inspection?
In addition to providing the contract, invoice, packing list, proxy inspection authorization letter (applicable only when the inspection inspection agent is applied) and other general accompanying documents, you must also provide: 1. Phytosanitary certificate issued by the Iranian official; 2. Plant If the port of entry marked on the quarantine certificate is 'Hong Kong', the 'Plant Quarantine Certificate for Re-export' issued by the Hong Kong Agriculture and Fisheries Department shall also be provided; 3. Provide the record number of the consignee/consignor, the import record and sales record of the last batch of goods , The first importer also needs to provide the first import declaration, and the last batch of unsold goods also needs to provide the last batch of goods unsold declaration.