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Export Requirements for Australia (Egg Products)

EAU-6 (Aug 13, 2013)

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Eligible/Ineligible Products

  1. Eligible Products
    1. Egg products


Documentation Requirements

  1. Obtain FSIS Form PY-200 with additional certification as necessary as indicated on the Requirements for Processed Egg Products page.
  2. For all egg products, the following statement must be provided on a FSIS Letterhead Certificate:
    1. "The (Processing Plant and Number) has current approval by USDA for production of egg products."
  3. For spray dried whole egg and egg yolk products, the following statements must be provided on a FSIS Letterhead Certificate. For 3, cross out the statements that do not apply. *
    1. "The product has been heated to a minimum core temperature of not less than 70°C for 120 minutes."
    2. "The eggs used in this product are from the United States of America and/or Canada only."
    3. "The product contains 100% egg and no non-egg ingredients have been added", or

      "The non-egg ingredients have been added to the product after the spray drying process", or

      "The only non-egg ingredients which have been added to the product prior to spray drying are _____________." (list ingredients)
  4. For spray dried egg white products, the products must be spray dried and then 'hot boxed' in its final packaging for a minimum of either 70ºC for 7 days or 62ºC for 10 days.*


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Last Modified Aug 13, 2013