Thailand - Export requirements for meat and poultry products
products from boneless skeletal muscle derived from animals of less than thirty (30) months of age (UTM) at the time of slaughter
meat, meat products, offal
Production controls and inspection requirements
The boneless beef shall be subjected to inspection/detention for laboratory testing on arrival in Thailand. The owner and/or importer shall be fully charged for incurred expenses. Failure to follow the import procedures may result in returning the meat and/or meat products to the country of origin or destroying it without compensation.
The transport container of beef products must be cleaned and disinfected immediately prior to loading.
For pork, the trade parties are responsible to ensure that import conditions are met to the satisfaction of the importing county, for example, obtaining an import permit or meeting other Thai import requirements applicable to the shipment.
Labelling, packaging and marking requirements
For beef, the wrapping and packaging materials around the boneless beef cuts must bear the meat inspection legend.
All shipping cartons of the boneless beef must bear a slaughter or production date (month, day, year) and the words "Product of Canada".
An export sticker must be applied on each carton in a manner that it will be destroyed when the package is opened.
Certificate of Inspection Covering Meat Products (CFIA/ACIA 1454)
Annex A – Certificate for boneless beef and beef products destined to Thailand
When issuing Annex A, the following attestation must be included in the additional certification section of the CFIA/ACIA 1454:
"The products originate from animals which have shown no signs of anthrax during ante mortem and post mortem inspection. The animals from which the meat is derived come from farms which were not under quarantine for anthrax during the last 20 days, and in which there has been no cases of anthrax reported during the last 20 days prior to slaughter."
Annex B – Certificate for pork meat, pork meat products and offal, destined to Thailand
When issuing Annex B, the following attestation must be included in the additional certification section of the CFIA/ACIA 1454:
"I hereby declare that the goods described above have not originated from animals from establishments in Canada currently quarantined due to anthrax."