Jamaica - Export requirements for meat and poultry products
- Meat and products derived from animals that were over thirty (30) months old (OTM) at the time of slaughter are eligible.
- poultry feet harvested prior to post mortem inspection are eligible
- For all other products see West Indies – Export requirements for meat and poultry products.
Production controls and inspection requirements
- Facility requirements for the harvesting of poultry feet are contained in Annex B – Facilities for the harvest and processing of poultry feet removed prior to post-mortem inspection and destined for export.
- With the exception of the harvesting of the feet prior to post-mortem inspection, all usual requirements applicable to edible poultry feet must be met (see Dressing procedures and Preparation of edible parts).
Labelling, marking and packaging requirements
- All products exported to Jamaica must be labelled as following: "Product of Canada".
- For poultry feet harvested prior to post-mortem inspection, shipping cartons shall be labelled with the phrase "For export".
Certificate of Inspection Covering Meat Products (CFIA/ACIA 1454)
Note: CFIA/ACIA 1454 will be issued for statistical purposes only and must not accompany shipments to Jamaica.
- Annex A – Public Health Certificate for Poultry FeetFootnote 1 Destined to Jamaica
- Annex B – Facilities for the harvest and processing of poultry feet removed prior to post-mortem inspection and destined for export
- Annex C – Veterinary certificate for fresh meat and meat products derived from cattle
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