Export Requirements for Mexico (Egg Products)
EME-9 (Aug 15, 2015)
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Due to an agency notification delay, exports of egg products to Mexico should continue to use the FSIS Form PY-200. For egg products exported to Mexico, do not utilize FSIS Form 9060-5EP or implement the instructions in FSIS Notice 21-15 until this export library instructs you to do so.*
- Egg products. Previous restriction on states do not apply.
- Obtain FSIS Form PY-299 with additional certification as necessary as indicated on the Export Requirements for Egg Products page.
- The bilingual FSIS Letterhead Certificate for Processed Egg Products exported to Mexico must accompany the PY-200.
- 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.
- 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.