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Export Requirements for India (Egg Products)

EIN-3 (Dec 17, 2018)

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Eligible/Ineligible Products

  1. Eligible Products 
    1. Egg products, except as listed in Section B below *
  2. Ineligible Products
    1. Egg products derived from eggs from birds originating from Riverside, County, CA effective December 14, 2018 that do not meet the processing parameters below. *

Processing Parameters

Processing Parameters for the Inactivation of Newcastle Disease
 

Core temperature (°C)

Time

Whole egg

55

2,521 seconds

Whole egg

57

1,596 seconds

Whole egg

59

674 seconds

Liquid egg white

55

2,278 seconds

Liquid egg white

57

986 seconds

Liquid egg white

59

301 seconds

 

Documentation Requirements

 

  1. Obtain FSIS Form 9060-5EP, Egg Products Export Certificate of Wholesomeness.
  2. For all egg products, the following statements must be provided on a FSIS Letterhead Certificate:
    1. "A. The egg products were derived from shell eggs:
      • from birds that were kept in a county free of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) and Newcastle Disease, as defined by the OIE; and
      • that are received in containers and packing or packaging materials free from odors and materials which could contaminate or adulterate the eggs or egg products.
                                                                            OR
      B. The product has been pasteurized or heat treated according to USDA regulations, sufficient to
          inactivate the avian influenza viruses and Newcastle disease, as defined by
      the OIE.
                                                                           AND
    2. The means of transport, handling, and loading conditions of the products comply with the hygiene requirements of the United States including the necessary precautions to avoid product contamination with Newcastle disease and avian influenza viruses.
  3. For all egg products, the following Self-Certification statements must be provided on Company Letterhead and signed by the USDA/APHIS accredited veterinarian:
    1. The consignment(s) destined to India do not contain beef and beef products in any form.
    2. The source birds were not fed with feeds containing materials of internal organs, blood meal and tissue of bovine origin.
  4. U.S. Embassy Shipments 
    1. Obtain FSIS Form 9060-5EP, Egg Products Export Certificate of Wholesomeness.
    2. These shipments are not required to meet India requirements and FSIS can issue basic export certification only if the following statement is provided in the “Remarks” section of FSIS Form 9060-5EP: “Product Destined to U.S. Embassy”.

Plants Eligible for Export

All FSIS inspected egg product plants are eligible to export to India.

 

Last Modified Dec 17, 2018