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Export Requirements for Singapore (Egg Products)

ESI-51 (Apr 10, 2020)

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Eligible/Ineligible Products

  1. Eligible Products
    1. Egg products (except as restricted in the INELIGIBLE section below).
  2. Ineligible Products: Egg products derived from eggs that originate from or are processed within
    1. Iowa or South Dakota:  Within the State(s) of Iowa or South Dakota before December 29, 2015
    2. Minnesota or Nebraska: The States of Minnesota or Nebraska before November 6, 2015
    3. Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Kansas, California, or Arkansas: The State(s) of Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Kansas, California, or Arkansas before August 6, 2015
    4. Alabama:
      1. ​The zones shown on the attached map in Alabama on or after March 10, 2017 and before June 20, 2017
      2. Within the zone shown on the attached map in Alabama on or after March 16, 2017 and before July 12, 2017
      3. Within the zones shown on the attached map in Alabama on or after March 21, 2017 and before July 18, 2017
    5. California:
      1. The zones shown on the attached map in California on or after September 8, 2018, but prior to July 29, 2019.
      2. The zones shown on the attached map in Monterey County, California on or after April 20, 2019, but prior to September 18, 2019.
      3. The zones shown on the attached map in Merced County, CA on or after June 27, 2019.
    6. Connecticut:
      1. The zones shown on the attached map in Fairfield County, CT on or after March 29, 2019, but prior to July 7, 2019.
    7. Georgia and Alabama: Within the zones shown on the attached map in Georgia and a portion of Alabama on or after March 25, 2017 and before July 20, 2017
    8. Indiana: Dubois County, Indiana on or after January 15, 2016 but prior to May 5, 2016
    9. Kentucky: The zones shown on the attached map in  on or after March 17, 2017, but prior to August 24, 2017
    10. New Jersey:
      1. Salem County, New Jersey on or after September 01, 2014  but prior to December 23, 2014
      2. Within the zone show on the attached maps in New Jersey on or after July 11, 2016 but prior to November 2, 2016
    11. Minnesota:
      1. The zones shown on the attached map in Minnesota on or after October 20, 2018, but prior to April 30, 2019.
      2. The zones shown on the attached map in Minnesota on or after October 31, 2018, but prior to April 30, 2019.
    12. Missouri:
      1. The state of Missouri before September 23, 2015​
      2. Within the zone shown on the attached map in Missouri on or after May 5, 2016 but prior to August 23, 2016
      3. Within the zones shown on the attached map in Missouri on or after March 3, 2018, but prior to July 30, 2018
    13. New York: The zones shown on the attached maps in New York on or after July 11, 2016 but prior to November 2, 2016
    14. North Carolina:
      1. The zones shown on the attached map in Anson and Union Counties, NC on or after March 12, 2020 (see map for applicable dates and zones).
    15. North Dakota: The State of North Dakota before October 9, 2015
    16. Pennsylvania:
      1. The zones shown on the attached maps in Pennsylvania on or after July 11, 2016 but prior to November 2, 2016.
      2. The zones shown on the attached map in Lancaster County, PA on or after March 14, 2019, but prior to August 8, 2019.
    17. South Carolina:
      1. zones shown on the attached map in Chesterfield County, SC on or after March 17, 2020. (due to low pathogenicity avian influenza confirmation).
      2. The zones shown on the attached map in Chesterfield County, SC on or after April 8, 2020 (due to high pathogenicity avian influenza confirmation).*
    18. Tennessee and Alabama:
      1. Lincoln County, Tennessee on or after March 4, 2017, but prior to August 11, 2017
      2. The zones shown on the attached map in Tennessee and Alabama on or after March 8, 2017 and before July 2, 2017
    19. Texas: The zones shown on the attached map in Texas on or after March 7, 2018, but prior to June 21, 2018
    20. Wisconsin:
      1. The state of Wisconsin before September 23, 2015
      2. ​Within the zone shown on the attached map in Wisconsin on or after March 4, 2017, but prior to August 22, 2017

    Note: These products can be exported if heat treated in accordance with the Heat Processing Parameters below.

    Heat Processing Parameters

    For pasteurized egg products from zones affected with Avian Influenza virus, the processing parameters outlined in the OIE Terrestrial Animal Health Code Article for the inactivation of Avian Influenza (Article 10.4.25) must be met as shown below.
     

     

     

    Core temperature (°C)

    Time

    Whole egg

    60

    188 seconds

    Whole egg blends

    60

    188 seconds

    Whole egg blends

    61.1

    94 seconds

    Liquid egg white

    55.6

    870 seconds

    Liquid egg white

    56.7

    232 seconds

    10% salted yolk

    62.2

    138 seconds

    Dried egg white

    67

    20 hours

    Dried egg white

    54.4

    50.4 hours


    Documentation Requirements

    See required documentation for all countries found in the Requirements for Processed Egg Products section of the FSIS website.

    The following statements must be typed on FSIS Form 9060-5EP or provided on an FSIS letterhead certificate:
    1. This product was processed under USDA supervision in an official establishment.
    2. The products have been handled and packed in a hygienic manner.
    3. This product is fit for human consumption.
    4. No additive and/or coloring matters injurious to health are added.
    5. This product has been pasteurized at __ °C for _____ minutes, in a process that destroys micro-organisms, including Salmonella.

    Documents must be signed by an FSIS veterinarian.
     

    Plants Eligible to Export

    The attached list of Federally inspected egg processing plants are eligible to export to Singapore.


     

     

 

Last Modified Apr 10, 2020