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Export Requirements for Peru

PE-105 (Jul 31, 2018)

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Eligible/Ineligible Products

  1. Eligible Products
    1. Pork and Pork Products - Pork and pork products exported to Peru must have either undergone a Trichinae mitigation processes in accordance with the FSIS Compliance Guideline for the Prevention and Control of Trichinella and Other Parasitic Hazards in Pork and Products Containing Pork, or other process that guarantees the destruction of the parasite Trichinella spiralis, be derived from carcasses that have tested negative for trichinosis, or derived from swine and swine enterprise that are certified participants in the National Pork Board’s Pork Quality Assurance (PQAPlus) program.  Establishment’s presenting pork or pork products for export certification under a PQAPlus program must produce the product under either the AMS PQAPlus Pork EV program or the APHIS PQAPlus Sourcing Verification Program (APHIS PSVP).
      1. AMS PQAPlus Pork EV Program
        1. Information about the AMS PQAPlus Pork EV program for Peru and a list of EV approved establishments can be obtained from AMS' Web site.
        2. The unique product identification system can be accessed by authorized FSIS inspection personnel from FSIS' Intranet site. Details of the Export Verification program can be accessed from the Export Verification (EV) Programs page on the AMS' Web site.
        3. If FSIS inspection personnel become aware of concerns that an AMS approved EV establishment is not properly executing its EV program, export certification should not be issued for the product in question and AMS should be notified at QAD.AuditService@ams.usda.gov. Inspection personnel should include their immediate supervisor on messages to AMS. The following information should be included in the message:
          1. Establishment name, address, and establishment number
          2. Product type, product code, and quantity of product
          3. Date of production, lot number, and shift
          4. Date and nature of observation
          5. Name of country product is intended for export
          6. Export certificate number (if applicable)
          7. Any other information to verify claim
          8. Name of inspection official
      2. APHIS PQAPlus Sourcing Verification Program (APHIS PSVP):
        1. Information about the APHIS PSVP and a list of Participating FSIS Establishments is available on the APHIS website.
        2. FSIS inspection program personnel are to verify that each consignment presented for export under this verification program was produced in compliance with the establishment’s APHIS PSVP approval, and that the establishment, and source establishment (if purchased from another supplier), is listed on the Participating FSIS Establishments. The establishment must provide supporting documentation to verify the product was produced in compliance with the APHIS PSVP program, was properly segregated throughout production and storage, and the producing and exporting establishment are on the Participating FSIS Establishments list.
        3. FSIS inspection program personnel must have access to the APHIS PSVP written programs and records at all time. If FSIS inspection personnel become aware that an establishment is not properly following the written APHIS PSVP, export certification should not be issued for the consignment(s) in question and the inspector will follow Dir. 9000.1 and document their observations with an MOI issued to the establishment and copy their supervisory chain.  The District Office will notify the local APHIS Veterinary Service Center and the Import/Export Policy Development Staff (IEPDS) at import/export programs@fsis.usda.gov. The following information should be included in the message:
          1. Establishment name, address, and establishment number
          2. Product type, product code, and quantity of product
          3. Date of production, lot number, and shift
          4. Date and nature of observation
          5. Name of country product is intended for export
          6. Export certificate number (if applicable)
          7. Any other information to verify claim
          8. Name of inspection official
    2. Fresh/frozen poultry and poultry products except as indicated in Sec. B Ineligible Products below.
    3. Processed (multi-ingredient) poultry and poultry products.(see Ineligible Products section below)
    4. Beef and beef products.
      1. Beef and beef products produced on or after March 16, 2016 are eligible. An establishment where non-conforming product is also present is subject to an approved AMS Export Verification (EV) Program to ensure control of the non-conforming product.
      2. Beef and beef products produced prior to March 16,2016  must be produced under an approved AMS Export Verification (EV) program for beef to Peru. Veal is not subject to an approved EV program; however, an EV program is necessary if the facility also handles non-conforming product in which case the EV program is required to ensure control of the non-conforming product. Information about the EV program for Peru and a list of EV approved establishments can be obtained from AMS' Web site.
        1. If FSIS inspection personnel become aware of concerns that an AMS approved EV establishment is not properly executing its EV program, export certification should not be issued for the product in question and AMS should be notified at QAD.AuditService@ams.usda.gov. Inspection personnel should include their immediate supervisor on messages to AMS. The following information should be included in the message:
          1. Establishment name, address, and establishment number
          2. Product type, product code, and quantity of product
          3. Date of production, lot number, and shift
          4. Date and nature of observation
          5. Name of country product is intended for export
          6. Export certificate number (if applicable)
          7. Any other information to verify claim
          8. Name of inspection official
    5. Fresh/frozen ovine meat of Australian origin.
    6. Salted pork casings.
  2. Ineligible Products
    1. Sheep/Lamb: Fresh/frozen sheep/lamb and sheep/lamb products, with the exception of product of Australian origin.
    2. Fresh/frozen poultry and uncooked poultry products derived from birds slaughtered, processed or stored in:
      1. Alabama –
        1. Cullman County, Alabama between March 21, 2017 and July 18, 2017;
        2. Jackson County, Alabama between March 15, 2017 and June 14, 2017;
        3. Lauderdale County, Alabama between March 10, 2017 and June 20, 2017;
        4. Madison County, Alabama between March 10, 2017 and June 19, 2017; and
        5. Pickens County, Alabama between March 16, 2017 and July 12, 2017 to Peru.
      2. Arkansas –
        1. The state of Arkansas on or after February 18, 2015 and before July 14, 2015 are ineligible for export to Peru.
      3. California –
        1. The state of California on or after January 1, 2015 and before May 26, 2015 are ineligible for export to Peru.
      4. Georgia –
        1. Chattooga County, Georgia between March 25, 2017 and July 20, 2017 are ineligible for export to Peru.
      5. Idaho -
        1. The state of Idaho on or after December 19, 2014 and before May 19, 2015 ; and
        2. Payette County, Idaho between April 11, 2017 and July 13, 2017 are ineligible for export to Peru.
      6. Iowa –
        1. The state of Iowa on or after March 23, 2015 and before February 4, 2016 are ineligible for export to Peru.
      7. Indiana –
        1. The state of Indiana;
          1. on or after April 18, 2015 but before August 10, 2015; and
          2. on or after January 15, 2016 but before July 21, 2016 are ineligible for export to Peru.
      8. Kansas –
        1. The state of Kansas on or after February 21, 2015 and before July 6, 2015 are ineligible for export to Peru.
      9. Kentucky –
        1. Christian County Kentucky on or after March 17, 2017 and on or before August 24, 2017 are ineligible for export to Peru.
      10. Minnesota –
        1. The state of Minnesota on or after February 12, 2015 and before February 4, 2016 are ineligible for export to Peru.
      11. Missouri –
        1. The state of Missouri on or after February 15, 2015 and before September 22, 2015 are ineligible for export; and
        2. Jasper County, Missouri on or after March 3, 2018 and before July 29, 2018; and *
        3. Webster County Missouri on or after March 15, 2018 and before August 21, 2018 are ineligible for export to Peru. *
      12. Montana –
        1. The state of Montana on or after March 12, 2015 and before July 3, 2015 are ineligible for export to Peru.
      13. Nebraska –
        1. The state of Nebraska on or after April 21, 2015 and before February 4, 2016 are ineligible for export to Peru.
      14. North Dakota –
        1. The state of North Dakota on or after March 20, 2015 and before July 28, 2015 are ineligible for export to Peru.
      15. Oregon –
        1. The state of Oregon on or after December 19, 2014 and before May 20, 2015 are ineligible for export to Peru.
      16. South Dakota –
        1. The state of South Dakota on or after March 11, 2015 and before February 4, 2016 are ineligible for export to Peru.
      17. Tennessee –
        1. The state of Tennessee on or after March 4, 2017 and before September 26, 2017 are ineligible for export to Peru.
      18. Texas –
        1. Hopkins County, Texas on or after March 7, 2018 and before June 21, 2018 are ineligible for export to Peru.
      19. Washington –
        1. The state of Washington on or after December 19, 2014 and before May 19, 2015 are ineligible for export to Peru.
      20. Wisconsin –
        1. The state of Wisconsin;
          1. on or after March 21, 2015 and before August 19, 2015: and
          2. on or after March 4, 2017 and before September 26, 2017 are ineligible for export to Peru.
    3. Cooked poultry and poultry products derived from birds originating from or slaughtered within:
      1. Arkansas –
        1. Boone County, Arkansas on or after February 18, 2015 and before July 14, 2015; and
        2. Marion County, Arkansas on or after February 18, 2015 and before July 14, 2015 are ineligible for export to Peru.
      2. California –
        1. Kings County, California on or after January 1, 2015 and before May 26, 2015;
        2. Stanislaus County, California on or after January 1, 2015 and before May 26, 2015; and
        3. Tuolumne County, California on or after January 1, 2015 and before May 26, 2015 are ineligible for export to Peru.
      3. Idaho –
        1. Canyon County, Idaho on or after December 19, 2014 and before May 19, 2014; and
        2. Payette County, Idaho on or after December 19, 2014 and before May 19, 2014 are ineligible for export to Peru.
      4. Indiana –
        1. Whitley County, Indiana on or after April 18, 2015 and before August 10, 2015 are ineligible for export to Peru are ineligible for export to Peru.
      5. Iowa –
        1. Adair County, Iowa on or after May 6, 2015 and before December 21, 2015;
        2. Buena Vista County, Iowa on or after March 23, 2015 and before December 21, 2015;
        3. Calhoun County, Iowa on or after April 30, 2015 and before December 21, 2015;
        4. Cherokee County, Iowa on or after April 13, 2015 and before December 21, 2015;
        5. Clay County, Iowa on or after April 10, 2015 and before December 21, 2015;
        6. Hamilton County, Iowa on or after May 8, 2015 and before December 21, 2015;
        7. Humboldt County, Iowa on or after May 6, 2015 and before December 21, 2015;
        8. Kossuth County, Iowa on or after April 10, 2015 and before December 21, 2015;
        9. Lyon County, Iowa on or after April 23, 2015 and before December 21, 2015;
        10. Madison County, Iowa on or after April 13, 2015 and before December 21, 2015;
        11. O’Brien County, Iowa on or after April 7, 2015 and before December 21, 2015;
        12. Osceola County, Iowa on or after March 30, 2015 and before December 21, 2015;
        13. Palo Alto County, Iowa on or after April 20, 2015 and before December 21, 2015;
        14. Plymouth County, Iowa on or after April 24, 2015 and before December 21, 2015;
        15. Pocahontas County, Iowa on or after April 10, 2015 and before December 21, 2015;
        16. Sac County, Iowa on or after April 3, 2015 and before December 21, 2015;
        17. Sioux County, Iowa on or after April 6, 2015 and before December 21, 2015;
        18. Webster County, Iowa on or after May 6, 2015 and before December 21, 2015; and
        19. Wright County, Iowa on or after April 13, 2015 and before December 21, 2015 are ineligible for export to Peru.
      6. Kansas –
        1. Cherokee County, Kansas on or after February 21, 2015 and before July 6, 2015;
        2. Crawford County, Kansas on or after February 15, 2015 and before July 6, 2015; and
        3. Leavenworth County, Kansas on or after February 21, 2015 and before July 6, 2015 are ineligible for export to Peru.
      7. Minnesota –
        1. Blue Earth County, Minnesota on or after May 12, 2015 and before September 10, 2015;
        2. Brown County, Minnesota on or after May 6, 2015 and before September 10, 2015;
        3. Clay County, Minnesota on or after April 1, 2015 and before September 10, 2015;
        4. Cottonwood County, Minnesota on or after March 19, 2015 and before September 10, 2015;
        5. Kandiyohi County, Minnesota on or after March 16, 2015 and before September 10, 2015;
        6. Lac Qui Parle County, Minnesota on or after March 6, 2015 and before September 10, 2015;
        7. Le Sueur County, Minnesota on or after March 21, 2015 and before September 10, 2015;
        8. Lincoln County, Minnesota:
          1. on or after April 14, 2015 and before September 10, 2015; and
          2. on or after April 22, 2015 and before December 13, 2015 are ineligible for export to Peru.
        9. Lyon County, Minnesota on or after March 19, 2015 and before September 10, 2015 are;
        10. Meeker County, Minnesota on or after March 18, 2015 and before September 10, 2015;
        11. Nicollet County, Minnesota on or after April 14, 2015 and before September 10, 2015;
        12. Nobles County, Minnesota on or after March 12, 2015 and before September 10, 2015;
        13. Otter Tail County, Minnesota on or after March 25, 2015 and before September 10, 2015;
        14. Pipestone County, Minnesota on or after April 1, 2015 and before September 10, 2015;
        15. Pope County, Minnesota on or after February 12, 2015 and before September 10, 2015;
        16. Redwood County, Minnesota on or after March, 22, 2015 and before September 10, 2015;
        17. Renville County, Minnesota on or after April 13, 2015 and before September 10, 2015;
        18. Roseau County, Minnesota on or after March 24, 2015 and before September 10, 2015;
        19. Stearns County, Minnesota on or after March 7, 2015 and before September 10, 2015;
        20. Steele County, Minnesotaon or after April 7, 2015 and before September 10, 2015;
        21. Swift County, Minnesota and on or after March, 22, 2015 and before September 10, 2015;
        22. Wadena County, Minnesota on or after March 30, 2015 and before September 10, 2015; and
        23. Watonwan County, Minnesota on or after March 19, 2015 and before September 10, 2015 are ineligible for export to Peru.
      8. Missouri –
        1. Barton County, Missouri on or after February 15, 2015 and before September 22, 2015;
        2. Jasper County, Missouri on or after February 15, 2015 and before September 22, 2015;
        3. Lewis County, Missouri on or after April 13, 2015 and before September 22, 2015;
        4. Moniteau County, Missouri on or after February 15, 2015 and before September 22, 2015; and
        5. Morgan County, Missouri on or after February 15, 2015 and before September 22, 2015 to Peru.
      9. Montana –
        1. Judith Basin County, Montana on or after March 12, 2015 and before July 3, 2015 are ineligible for export to Peru.
      10. Nebraska –
        1. Dixon County, Nebraska on or after April 21, 2015 and before September 23, 2015 are ineligible for export to Peru.
      11. North Dakota –
        1. Dickey County, North Dakota on or after March 20, 2015 and before July 28, 2015; and
        2. LaMoure County, North Dakota on or after April 3, 2015 and before July 28, 2015 are ineligible for export to Peru.
      12. Oregon –
        1. Bend County, Oregon on or after December 19, 2014 and before May 20, 2015;
        2. Descheutes County, Oregon on or after December 19, 2014 and before May 20, 2015; and
        3. Douglas County, Oregon on or after December 19, 2014 and before May 20, 2015 are ineligible for export to Peru.
      13. South Dakota –
        1. Beadle County, South Dakota on or after March 11, 2015 and before December 13, 2015;
        2. Bon Homme County, South Dakota on or after April 22, 2015 and before December 13, 2015;
        3. Kingsbury County, South Dakota on or after March 18, 2015 and before December 13, 2015;
        4. McCook County, South Dakota on or after March 20, 2015 and before December 13, 2015;
        5. McPherson County, South Dakota on or after March 20, 2015 and before December 13, 2015;
        6. Moody County, South Dakota on or after April 27, 2015 and before December 13, 2015;
        7. Roberts County, South Dakota on or after March 25, 2015 and before December 13, 2015;
        8. Spink County, South Dakota on or after March 30, 2015 and before December 13, 2015; and
        9. Yankton County, South Dakota on or after April 22, 2015 and before December 13, 2015 are ineligible for export to Peru.
      14. Tennessee –
        1. Lincoln County, Tennessee on or after March 4, 2017 and before September 1, 2017 are ineligible for export to Peru.
      15. Washington –
        1. Benton County, Washington on or after December 19, 2014 and before May 19, 2015;
        2. Clallam County, Washington on or after December 19, 2014 and before May 19, 2015;
        3. Franklin County, Washington on or after December 19, 2014 and before May 19, 2015; and
        4. Okanogan County, Washington on or after December 19, 2014 and before May 19, 2015 are ineligible for export to Peru.
      16. Wisconsin –
        1. Barron County, Wisconsin on or after March 25, 2015 and before August 19, 2015;
        2. Chippewa County, Wisconsin on or after April 1, 2015 and before August 19, 2015;
        3. Jefferson County, Wisconsin on or after March 21, 2015 and before August 19, 2015; and
        4. Juneau County, Wisconsin on or after March 27, 2015 and before August 19, 2015 are ineligible for export to Peru.

Labeling Requirements

  1. Packing Date(s):
    1. Peru requires packing dates for all meat and poultry products. The requirement applies to shipping container labels. The packing dates must be written in Gregorian system, such as DD/MM/YY or MM/DD/YY or other combinations that provide the day, month, and year of the packing date.
    2. Immediately adjacent to the date must be a phrase explaining that the date is the “packing” date (i.e.”Packed On”, “Date of Packing”, etc.). The use of Julian dates as packing dates may cause shipments to be detained and refused entry.

Documentation Requirements

  1. General Information
    1. All FSIS export certificates accompanying the product must be signed by an FSIS veterinarian. The veterinary degree (DVM or equivalent) must be indicated after the signature.
    2. Certification of Product. Peru requires a separate FSIS Form 9060-5 for each species of product to be exported. The product description indicated on Form 9060-5 must be reflected exactly as it is on the product container. Failure to follow this procedure could result in delayed entry upon arrival.
    3. All certificates must be error free; that is, no erasures, no line-outs, no pen and ink changes, or any other type of amendments.
    4. Exporters should verify that a valid import permit has been issued to the importer prior to shipment.
  2. Pork, Poultry, Beef, Ovine and Casings
    1. Pork And Pork Products
      Pork and pork products exported to Peru must be derived from carcasses that
      1. tested negative for trichinosis OR
      2. was subject to a freezing process or other process that guarantees the destruction of the parasite Trichinella spiralis. OR
      3. were derived from swine and swine enterprises with certified participation in the National Pork Board’s PQAPlus program as verified by establishment participation in the AMS PQAPlus Pork EV program or APHIS PSVP.
        1. Obtain FSIS Form 9060-5 - Export Certificate of Wholesomeness.
        2. The following certification statements must be placed in the "Remarks" section of FSIS Form 9060-5 or on an accompanying FSIS Letterhead Certificate for pork and pork products:
          1. The pork and pork products were derived from animals that were born raised and slaughtered in the United States or were legally imported.
          2. The United State is free of foot-and-mouth disease, classical swine fever, swine vesicular disease, and African swine fever.
          3. The pork and pork products were derived from animals that originated in areas which are not under quarantine or restricted conditions due to a disease control and no epidemic outbreak has occurred at the slaughter plant from any infectious diseases that may affect the species.
          4. The pork and pork products were derived from federally certified slaughter and processing facilities operating under permanent supervision of the Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) with a HACCP system in place or were legally imported from a country with an equivalent food safety system.
          5. The processing (or slaughter) plant is in an area where no epidemic outbreak of quarantined disease that may affect the species has occurred, in the three months prior to slaughter.
          6. The pork and pork products were derived from swine that were officially given an ante-mortem and post-mortem inspection by FSIS inspection officials or were legally imported from a country with an equivalent food safety system.
          7. The pork and pork products were derived from carcasses that tested negative for trichinosis or was subject to a freezing process or other process that guarantees the destruction of the parasite Trichinella spiralis or derives from swine and swine enterprises with certified participation in the National Pork Boards Pork Quality Assurance Plus (PQAPlus) program as verified by establishment participation in the AMS PQAPlus Pork EV program or the APHIS PSVP program that address product wholesomeness and biosecurity, are subject to surveillance conducted in the United States, and have a minimal risk for infection from Trichinella spp..
          8. The product carries the official mark of inspection and information identifying the manufacturer, packer or distributor.
          9. The pork and pork products were hygienically handled and transported while under FSIS control.
          10. Trucks and containers have been properly washed and disinfected in accordance with State and Federal laws and regulations.

      Note: On the FSIS Letterhead Certificate, the non-applicable trichinae treatment(s) and PQAPlus program must be struck through and signed with the full name of the FSIS certifying official beside the strike through, in blue ink.

      Note: The establishment must have an acceptable control program to identify and segregate pork found to be trichinae-free. Laboratories used to conduct the analysis must participate in the Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) Laboratory Approval Program (LAP) for Exports for Trichinae Analysis. Information about the program can be obtained from AMS' website.
    2. Fresh/frozen poultry products;
      1. Obtain FSIS Form 9060-5 - Export Certificate of Wholesomeness.
      2. The following certification statements must be placed in the "Remarks" section of FSIS Form 9060-5 or on an accompanying FSIS letterhead certificate for fresh or frozen poultry products:
        1. The meat was derived from poultry which were born, raised and fed in the United States.
        2. The meat was derived from areas recognized by Peru as free of avian influenza and Newcastle disease, as defined by the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE).
        3. The birds from which the products were derived were bred on farms which are not under official quarantine for the control or eradication of poultry diseases and where no epidemic outbreak caused by infectious illness that affect the species has been encountered at the slaughterhouse.
        4. The meat was derived from federally certified slaughter facilities, operating under permanent supervision of the Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS).
        5. The meat was derived from birds that were officially given an ante-mortem and post-mortem inspection by FSIS inspection officials.
        6. The meat is fit for human consumption.
        7. The meat has been handled, cut and stored under proper hygienic conditions.
        8. The meat or meat packages are marked with the establishment number of the producing establishments including the name, address, and date of labeling.
        9. The means of transport, handling and loading conditions meet the hygiene requirements of the United States.
        10. The slaughter or processing plant where the meat was processed has a HACCP system in place.
        11. The meat is transported in containers or thermo refrigerated vehicles that are monitored to assure that they maintain appropriate refrigerated or frozen temperatures.
        12. Trucks and containers have been properly washed and disinfected.
    3. Processed Poultry and Poultry Products:
      1. Obtain FSIS Form 9060-5 - Export Certificate of Wholesomeness.
      2. The following certification statements must be placed in the "Remarks" section of FSIS Form 9060-5 or on an accompanying FSIS Letterhead Certificate for process poultry and poultry products:
        1. The processing facility where the product was produced has implemented the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) system, and is formally approved by the governmental authorities in the United States to export to Peru./ La planta de elaboración, donde se fabrico el producto tiene implementado el Sistema de Análisis de Peligros y Puntos Críticos de Control (HACCP); y esta oficialmente autorizado por la Autoridad Oficial Competente de Estados Unidos.
        2. The product was produced with inputs of slaughtered birds under official sanitary inspection, which had a favorable result ante-mortem and post-mortem to discard presence of infectious diseases./ El producto fue elaborado con insumos de aves sacrificadas bajo inspección sanitaria oficial, que tuvieron resultado favorable a una inspección ante–mortem y post–mortem para descartar enfermedades infecciosas.
        3. The poultry meat and poultry meat products for export to Peru were not derived from birds slaughtered in the context of any poultry disease control or eradication program./ La carne de aves y productos de la carne de aves para ser exportadas a Perú, no derivan de aves sacrificadas dentro del contexto de ningún programa de control o erradicación de enfermedades aviares.
        4. The region (county or counties) from which the birds originate is considered free of notifiable Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza and Newcastle Disease as defined by the Terrestrial Animal Health Code of the World Organization for Animal Health./ La región de la que proceden las aves se declara libre de Influenza Aviar altamente patógena y la enfermedad de Newcastle según la definición del Código Sanitario para Animales Terrestres de la Organización Mundial de Sanidad Animal.
        5. The product is fit for human consumption./ El producto es apto para el consumo humano.
        6. The packages are marked with the establishment number of the producing establishment including the name, address and date of packing./ Los envases están etiquetados con el número, nombre y dirección del establecimiento, productor y fecha de envasado.
        7. Packing and packaging materials for product transportation are of first use and were not exposed to contamination./ Los envases y embalajes para transportar el producto, son de primer uso y no han estado expuestos a cualquier fuente de contaminación.
        8. The product does not contain raw material of bovine and ruminant. (Note: This additional statement is only required for certification of powdered cooked poultry). / La harina de aves, no contiene materias primas de origen bovino y rumiante.
    4. Beef, Beef Products and Beef Offals: 
      1. The statement “This product meets the export requirements of Peru” must be in the “Remarks” block of FSIS Form 9060-6, Application for Export Certificate.
      2. Obtain FSIS Form 9060-5 - Export Certificate of Wholesomeness.
      3. The following certification statements must be placed in the "Remarks" section of FSIS Form 9060-5 or on an accompanying FSIS letterhead certificate for beef, beef products, and beef offals:
        1. The beef, beef products or beef offals derive from cattle that were raised in the United States or from animals or products that were legally imported into the United States. Imported meat products originate from countries in compliance with United States animal health regulations and equivalent food safety systems.
        2. The United States is a negligible risk country and has an active BSE surveillance program which meets or exceeds international standards established by the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) for a negligible risk country.
        3. The United States enforces animal health regulations that ban the feeding of ruminants with meat-and- bone meal and greaves of ruminant origin in accordance with OIE guidelines.
        4. The beef, beef products or beef offals were obtained from cattle that were not subjected to a stunning process, prior to slaughter, with a device injecting compressed air or gas into the cranial cavity, or to a pithing process.
        5. The beef, beef products or beef offals were derived from federally inspected slaughter or processing facilities, operating under the supervision of FSIS or were legally imported into the United States. The animals from which the beef, beef products or beef offals derive did not present disease signs at ante-mortem or post-mortem inspection and were declared fit for human consumption by the official FSIS inspection.
        6. The product or immediate packaging bears the official USDA Mark of Inspection identifying the producing establishment and provides assurance that the product was produced in compliance with all Federal statutes and regulations for sanitation, HACCP, microbiological and residue testing, and transportation.
        7. The beef or beef products were hygienically handled under FSIS inspection.
    5. For fresh/frozen ovine meat of Australian origin:
      1. Obtain FSIS Form 9060-5 - Export Certificate of Wholesomeness.
      2. The following certification statements must be placed in the "Remarks" section of FSIS Form 9060-5 or on an accompanying FSIS letterhead certificate for ovine product of Australian origin:
        1. All of the ovine meat exported to Peru is originally from Australia. Before being imported to the United States, it has met the sanitary requirements demanded in Australia.
        2. The exporting country is free of Aphthous Fever, bovine plague, plague of the small ruminants.
        3. The facility, where the ovine meat has been stored, is located in an area where there have not been epidemic outbreaks caused by infectious and contagious illnesses that may affect this species.
        4. The meat has been vacuum-sealed. The official inspection and the slaughterhouse of Australian origin are identified.
        5. The meat is fit for human consumption.
        6. The meat is packaged in drip-proof containers that indicate the date of packing.
        7. The means of transport, handling and loading conditions meet the hygiene requirements of the United States.
    6. Salted Pork Casings –
      1. Obtain FSIS Form 9060-7 (08/26/2011), Animal Casings Export Certificate for Countries Requiring Ante-mortem, Post-mortem, and Fit for Human Food Statements.
      2. The following certification statements must be placed in the “Remarks” section of FSIS Form 9060-7 or on an accompanying FSIS Letterhead Certificate for salted pork casings:
        1. The casings derive from animals that were born, raised, fattened and slaughtered in the United States or from animals that were legally imported into the United States./ Proceden de animales nacidos, criados, cebados y faenados en los Estados Unidos o de animales que fueron importados legalmente.
        2. The United States is recognized as a country free from foot-and-mouth disease, swine vesicular disease, African swine fever, and classical swine fever./ Estados Unidos es reconocido come un país libre de Fiebre Aftosa, Enfermedad Vesicular del Cerdo, Peste Porcina Africana y Peste Porcina Clásica.
        3. The casings have been salted for a period lasting at least 60 days prior to shipment./ Las tripas han permanecido en salazón por un periodo de por lo menos 60 días antes de su embarque.
        4. The slaughterhouse where the animals were slaughtered is officially authorized to export meat by the competent authority of the United States and endorsed by the Animal Health Authority of Peru, has implemented a HACCP system./ El matadero donde fueron faenados los animales está oficialmente autorizado para la exportación de carne por la Autoridad Competente del país exportador y avalado por la Autoridad de Sanidad Animal del Perú, el cual tiene implementado un Sistema HACCP.
        5. The processing and slaughter plant is in an area where no epidemic outbreak has occurred from any infectious disease transmissible though the product in the six months prior to slaughter./ El matadero y la planta de procesamiento está en un área donde no han ocurrido brotes epidémicos ni enfermedades infecciosas trasmisibles a través del producto en los seis meses previos al sacrificio.
        6. The casings were conditioned in stockinettes, leak-proof containers, or special boxes of first use, as required, marked with the number, name and location of the casings facility, and the packing date. / Las tripas fueron acondicionadas en estoquinetes, recipientes a prueba de goteo, o cajas especiales, de primer uso, según sea el caso y en los que figure número, nombre y ubicación del establecimiento de origen de las tripas, y la fecha de empaque.
        7. The means of transport, handling and loading conditions meet the hygiene requirements of the United States. / Los medios de transporte, manipuleo y condiciones de la carga cumplen con los requerimientos de higiene de los Estados Unidos.

Plants Eligible to Export

All federally inspected establishments are eligible for export.

For beef and beef products produced on or after March 16, 2016, all Federally inspected establishments are eligible to export to Peru. Beef and beef products produced prior to March 16, 2016 must originate from AMS EV approved establishments.

 

Last Modified Jul 31, 2018