Last update Oct 16, 2020
Egg products produced on or after April 8, 2020 and before August 5, 2020 from Chesterfield County, South Carolina
1. Meat and meat products. (Note: Effective May 28, 2013, an EV program is no longer required for beef and beef products including canned beef products).
2. Protein-free beef tallow.
3. Poultry and poultry products (except as indicated in Section B. Ineligible Products below).
1. Raw poultry imported from Canada.
2. Imported lamb, except for lamb legally imported from Chile.
3. Fresh/frozen poultry and poultry products produced on or after April 8. 2020 and before August 5, 2020 from Chesterfield County, South Carolina.*
A. Certification Requirements
1. Obtain FSIS form 9060-5 - Export Certificate of Wholesomeness.
2. Protein-free beef tallow. The following certification statement must be included in the "Remarks" section of FSIS Form 9060-5 for protein-free tallow.
"The maximum content of insoluble impurities of the tallow does not exceed 0.15 percent of its weight."
3. Signatures on all required forms and supplementary statements must be by an FSIS veterinarian (name, degree [DVM or equivalent] must be typed or printed after the signature).
Notes for the Exporter
- For beef cuts, exporters must include the USDA grade designation in the “description of product” field of the FSIS form 9060-5 to be eligible for preferential tariff duties under the US-Panama Trade Promotion Agreement (TPA).
- Exporters should work closely with importers to ensure that necessary pre-customs declaration documents are secured within the appropriate timeframe.
All federally inspected establishments are eligible to export to Panama.