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Export Requirements for Mexico (Egg Products)

EME-5 (Jan 30, 2015)

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Eligible/Ineligible Products

  1. Eligible
    1. Egg products, except as restricted in the ineligible section B below.
  2. Ineligible
    1. Eggs laid in or processed in the State(s) below must be produced and shipped in accordance with the effective dates below. Egg products may not transit a State(s) currently under restrictions unless a commercial seal is applied at the point of departure before entering a restricted State. The commercial seal number must be typed in the “Remarks” section of the PY-200.*
      1. Eggs laid in or egg products produced or shipped from the State of California on or after January 27, 2015.


Documentation Requirements

  1. Obtain FSIS Form PY-200 with additional certification as necessary as indicated on the Export Requirements for Egg Products page.
  2. The bilingual FSIS Letterhead Certificate for Processed Egg Products exported to Mexico must accompany the PY-200.

Notes:

  1. Mexico requires importers to secure permits identifying the intended use of egg products for human consumption. Exporters should verify that their importer has secured a permit for the shipment.
  2. The following is provided for information: To convert degrees Fahrenheit to degrees Celsius, subtract 32, multiply the result by 5, and then divide that product by 9. For example, ° C = [(°F-32) x 5] /9. Express degrees Celsius to the nearest 0.1 of a degree, i.e., 142° F = 61.1° C.



 

 

Last Modified Jan 30, 2015