Download the mobile application Download the mobile application Download the mobile application
go to:

Special conditions governing the import of certain foodstuffs from certain third countries due to contamination risk by aflatoxins

02/01/2016
 

Special conditions governing the import of certain feed and food from certain third countries due to contamination risk by aflatoxins – Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) No. 884/2014

Regulation (EU) No. 884/2014 imposing special conditions governing the import of certain food and feed (identification by CN code and country of origin) – see list of commodities in regulation. It is applied to consignments  are not destinated  to a private person for personal consumption and use only and to processed or compound food and feed containing more than 20% of foodstuffs referred to in Regulation (EU) No. 884/2014. This Regulation shall also not apply to consignments of feed and food of a gross weight not exceeding 20 kg.
Consignments could be imported to EU through the designated point of entry according to Commission Regulation (EC) No.669/2009. Documentary checks are done in the designated point of entry. Food business operators or their representatives shall give prior notification (at least one working day prior to arrival of consignment) of the estimated date and time of physical arrival of the consignment at the designated point of entry – they shall complete common entry document referred to in Commission Regulation (EC) 669/2009.
In case the DPI is different from the DPE, the feed and food business operator shall notify the competent authority at the DPI at least one working day prior to the physical arrival of the consignment. The notification shall be done by sending by the feed and food business operator a copy of the CED completed as regards the documentary control by the competent authority at the DPE.The consignment has to be accompanied by common entry document (CED), the results of sampling and analysis and a valid health certificate (in accordance with Regulation (EU) No. 884/2014).
Notes for guidance for the CED in application of this Regulation in case of imports of foodstuffs from certain third countries, due to contamination risk of these products by aflatoxins – see the notes in regulation.
The competent authority at the designated point of entry shall authorise transfer of the consignment to the designated point of import after favourable documentary check. At designated point of import identity and physical control, including laboratory analyses, is done with a frequency indicated in Regulation (EU) No. 884/2014.
“Designated point of entry” in the Czech republic – CÚ Praha Ruzyně (Custom office Prague Ruzyne)
“Designated point of import” for food and feed referred to in Regulation (EU) No. 884/2014 in the Czech Republic – CÚ pro Středočeský kraj, územní pracoviště Rudná, CZ610208
Contacts for food:
Name and address of designated point of entry: CÚ Praha Ruzyně, Aviatická 12/1048, 160 08 Praha
Name and address of designated point of import: CÚ pro Středočeský kraj, územní pracoviště Rudná, CZ610208, K Vypichu 1086, 25219 Rudná
Inspektorát SZPI v Praze, Za Opravnou 300/6, 150 00, Praha 5 - Motol, Česká republika
(Inspectorate CAFIA in Prague, Za Opravnou 300/6, 150 00, Praha 5 - Motol, Česká republika)
Contact persons:
Ing. Jitka Dvořáková – E-mail: jitka.dvorakovazavinac.gifszpi.gov.cz
Phone: +420 257 199 525, Mobile: +420 605 229 645, Fax: +420 257 199 530
Ing. Lenka Kubistová – E-mail: lenka.kubistovazavinac.gifszpi.gov.cz
Phone: +420 257 199 538, Mobile: +420 605 229 514, Fax: +420 257 199 530
Ing. Luboš Suchý – E-mail: lubos.suchyzavinac.gifszpi.gov.cz
Phone: +420 257 199 527, Mobile: +420 731 509 718, Fax: +420 257 199 530