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Export Requirements for Turkey

TR-27 (Nov 1, 2018)

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Eligible/Ineligible Products

  1. Ineligible
    1. Fresh and frozen meat and processed meat products are not eligible for export to Turkey at this time.
    2. Fresh and frozen poultry meat and processed poultry products are not eligible for export to Turkey at this time.
    3. Note: Poultry and poultry products may transit via Turkey to third countries.  However, poultry and poultry products from the following states are ineligible to transit via Turkey to third countries:

      1. Alabama - For certificates issued on or after April 18, 2017 and prior to July 25, 2017 .
      2. Alaska - For certificates endorsed on or after October 25, 2016 and prior to February 14, 2017.
      3. Arkansas – For certificates issued on or after March 19, 2015 and prior to June 17, 2016
      4. California - For certificates issued on or after September 17, 2018.
      5. Georgia - For certificates issued on or after April 18, 2017 and prior to July 25, 2017.
      6. Idaho – For certificates issued on or after March 19, 2015 and prior to June 17, 2016
      7. Indiana – For certificates endorsed on or after May 27, 2015 and prior to November 20, 2015 and for certificates endorsed on or after January 20, 2016 and prior to October 26, 2016.
      8. Iowa – For certificates issued on or after May 7, 2015 and prior to June 17, 2016
      9. Kansas – For certificates issued on or after April 13, 2015 and prior to June 17, 2016
      10. Kentucky - For certificates issued on or after May 15, 2015 and prior to June 17, 2016.  For certificates issued on or after April 18, 2017 and prior to July 25, 2017
      11. Michigan - For certificates issued on or after July 3, 2015 and prior to June 17, 2016
      12. Minnesota - For certificates issued on or after March 19, 2015 and prior to June 17, 2016, and for certificates issued on or after October 31, 2018.*
      13. Missouri - For certificates issued on or after March 19, 2015 and prior to November 22, 2016 and for certificates issued on or after March 8, 2018 and prior to June 5, 2018.
      14. Montana – For certificates issued on or after June 16, 2015 and prior to June 17, 2016 and for certificates endorsed on or after January 27, 2017 and prior to June 3, 2017
      15. Nebraska – For certificates issued on or after June 8, 2015 and prior to June 17, 2016
      16. North Dakota - For certificates issued on or after April 22, 2015 and prior to June 17, 2016
      17. Oregon – For certificates issued on or after March 19, 2015 and prior to June 17, 2016
      18. South Dakota – For certificates issued on or after April 13, 2015 and prior to June 17, 2016
      19. Tennessee – For certificates issued on or after March 8, 2017 and prior to July 25, 2017.
      20. Texas – For certificates issued on or after March 14, 2018 and prior to June 18, 2018. 
      21. Washington – For certificates issued on or after December 19, 2014 and prior to June 17, 2016
      22. Wisconsin – For certificates issued on or after April 22, 2015 and prior to June 17, 2016.  For certificates issued on or after March 8, 2017 and prior to July 25, 2017.

Documentation Requirements

  1. Certification requirements for canned meat products - Obtain FSIS Form 9060-5, Meat and Poultry Export Certificate of Wholesomeness.
  2. Turkey now requires the application of an Export Stamp identifying the Certificate Number indicated on the FSIS Form 9060-5 Export Certificate of Wholesomeness. The Export Stamp must be applied in the “Remarks” section of the FSIS 9060-5 certificate in a color of ink other than black.

Other Requirements

  1. Canned meat product(s) - The following two additional documents are required:
    1. Certificate of Origin, indicating where the food originated; and
    2. Certificate of Analysis, which includes a Physical Analysis, Chemical Analysis, and Microbiological Analysis. This analysis indicates not only the meat and products in the food but also identifies any additives (with their identification or E numbers) and quantities in the product. The values with regard to the pathogen microorganisms should also be included in the analysis.
  2. Ships' Stores - Meat and poultry products intended for ships' stores are eligible from any federally inspected facility. Product should be certified with FSIS Form 9060-5. The statement "Product intended for ships' stores" should be typed in the remarks section.
  3. Military Shipments: Meat and poultry products intended for U.S. military use are considered transit shipments. They are eligible from any federally inspected facility as long as the product is eligible according to the guidance for transit shipments in the “Eligible/Ineligible” products section above. Product should be certified with FSIS Form 9060-5. The statement "Product intended for Military use only" may be typed in the remarks section.

 

Last Modified Nov 01, 2018