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You will not be able to import the following prohibited and restricted goods from the EU to Great Britain from 1 October 2021:

  • chilled minced meat (beef, pork, lamb, mutton and goat)
  • chilled or frozen minced meat (poultry)
  • mechanically separated meat from poultry and ratite or game birds
  • ungraded eggs
  • raw milk from cow herds with bovine tuberculosis (TB)
  • chilled meat preparations

Frozen meat preparations must be frozen to an internal temperature of not more than -18°C.

A meat preparation is fresh meat of any amount, which has either:

  • added foodstuffs, seasonings or additives
  • undergone a process that does not change it, so it still has the characteristics of fresh meat

Examples of meat preparations are:

  • raw sausages, hamburgers or meatballs, seasoned steak or chicken
  • raw or partially cooked seasoned chicken strips and chicken nuggets

From 1 July 2021, imports into the EU of products originating in Zimbabwe, made under the EPA EU-ESA Interim Economic Partnership Agreement (Journal of Laws UE L 111 of April 24, 2012, amendment of the EU Official Journal L 93 of March 27, 2020), benefits from the preferential tariff treatment provided for in this agreement on the basis of a proof of origin in the form of an "invoice declaration" (pattern in Annex IV to Protocol 1 to the EU-ESA EPA) drawn up by:

  • Zimbabwean exporter registered in the EU REX system;

  • or any Zimbabwean exporter (not registered in REX), but only for consignments up to a value of EUR 6,000.

However, until the European Commission publishes official notification on this matter, EUR.1 certificates, which will be issued temporarily by Zimbabwe, may also be used for importation into the EU.

The European Parliament approved the Free Trade Agreement between the European Union and Vietnam. Virtually all customs tariffs will be abolished over the next decade, of which two thirds will already be in force at the commencement date. European companies will have access to the Vietnamese procurement and services market.

It should be remembered that the legal requirements for importing goods into Saudi Arabia will change since January 1, 2020. Since then, most goods entering the Saudi market, both imported and manufactured locally, must be registered in the Saber system.

In this new product safety program, consumer goods are classified and divided into two categories: regulated (1) and unregulated (2). Regardless of category, all products must be registered in Saber.
Products in the 'regulated' category are classified as high or medium risk products. The requirements are specified in the technical regulations developed by SASO. 'Unregulated' products are classified as low risk products and are not covered by technical regulations. These products require their own declaration of conformity (sDoC).
If you have questions, please contact us.