NOTE: USDA Export Mark: Exporters may apply the FSIS-issued USDA export mark (e.g. hand stamp or computer-generated sticker) or unique identifier (UI) to: 1) each outside container within a consignment, 2) a securely enclosed pallet or pallets within the consignment (e.g. shrink-wrapped or other effective means), or 3) the closed means of conveyance transporting the consignment (e.g. rail car, air, ocean container, truck). The USDA export mark bears the export certificate number and links a consignment to its corresponding export certificate. A UI may be any combination of numbers or letters (e.g. sales order or bill of lading number). The UI must appear in the remarks section of the FSIS Export Certificate of Wholesomeness (FSIS Form 9060-5) with the statement: “The products covered by this certificate are marked with the Unique Identifier X#X#X#X#X#X#X#X#.
Export - 9/09/2019, AM-11
Last update Sep 09, 2019
- Fresh/frozen beef and pork, and beef and pork products.
- Fresh/frozen poultry and poultry products except from states and dates as listed as ineligible below.
- Poultry and poultry products produced on or after May 29, 2015, but prior to April 7, 2016, from the States of Iowa, Minnesota and Wyoming.
- Poultry and poultry products produced on or after May 29, 2015 but prior to November 3, 2015 from the states of Nebraska, South Dakota, and Wisconsin.
- Poultry and poultry products produced on or after May 29, 2015 but prior to July 30, 2015 from the States of Arkansas, California, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Missouri, Montana, North Dakota, Oregon, and Washington.
- Effective June 10, 2015, Russia has suspended the movement of poultry products originating from the U.S. and transiting the territory of the Russian Federation. Poultry products shipped prior to June 10, 2015 can transit through the territory of the Russian Federation.
- Obtain FSIS Form 9060-5.
All USDA federally inspected plants are eligible to export to Armenia.