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Export Requirements for Australia (Egg Products)

EAU-9 (Mar 9, 2020)

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Eligible/Ineligible Products

  1. Eligible Products
    1. Egg products


Documentation Requirements

  1. Obtain FSIS Form 9060-5EP with additional certification as necessary as indicated on the Requirements for Processed Egg Products page.
  2. For all egg products, the following statement must be provided on a FSIS Letterhead Certificate:
    1. "The (Processing Plant and Number) has current approval by USDA for production of egg products."
  3. For spray dried whole egg and egg yolk products, the following statements must be provided on a FSIS Letterhead Certificate.*
    1. The eggs are sourced from chickens (Gallus gallus domesticus) which were hatched, raised and continuously resident in one of the following approved countries: Canada and/or the United States of America.
    2. The product was Manufactured in the United States of America.
    3. Manufacturing establishment address
    4. The manufacturing facility does not handle any egg (or egg product) other than those meeting Australian import conditions,
      OR
      The facility approval includes validation of procedures that prevent contamination of the egg product meeting Australian import conditions, with other egg (or egg products)
    5. The egg or egg yolk has been spray dried and prior to spray drying the only additives were citric acid, glucose oxidase and/or yeast, or that the product contains no additives.
    6. The product has been heated to a minimum core temperature of not less than 70°C for 120 minutes.

      NOTE: Statement 1 should be verified by reviewing supporting documentation that the flocks from which the eggs were derived participate in the National Poultry Improvement Plant (NPIP). The list of NPIP registered flocks can be found on APHIS website. Questions about a listing should be directed to NPIP at (770) 922-3496.

      NOTE: For Statement 2, Manufacture includes all steps prior to certification. This includes, but is not limited to processing, packaging, labeling and storage.
  4. For spray dried egg white products, the following statements must be provided in the remarks section of the 9060-5EP: 
    1. "The product has been spray dried and then 'hot boxed' in its final packaging to a minimum of 70 °C for 7 days."
      OR
    2. "The product has been spray dried and then ‘hot boxed’ in its final packaging to a minimum of 62 °C for 10 days."
      AND
    3. "The product consists of 100% spray dried egg whites."
      OR
    4. "The egg whites were spray dried prior to the addition of any other ingredients."

 

 

Last Modified Mar 09, 2020