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Alerts and Changes provide information about notices or changes to import conditions. You can keep informed with these notices by following individual import cases.

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Fresh stone fruit for human consumption

Effective from 9 August 2019
The department is incorporating a number of fresh produce commodities onto the Compliance-based Intervention Scheme (CBIS). Who does this notice affect? Importers of fresh eligible stone fruit and cherries from New Zealand, Inspections group, Asse...
Related Cases:   Fresh stone fruit for human consumption

Fresh oranges for human consumption

Effective from 9 August 2019
The department is incorporating a number of fresh produce commodities onto the Compliance-based Intervention Scheme (CBIS). Who does this notice affect? Importers of fresh oranges from the United States, Inspections group, Assessment services grou...
Related Cases:   Fresh oranges for human consumption

Fresh Solanaceous fruit for human consumption

Effective from 9 August 2019
The department is incorporating fresh capsicum and peppers, of the genus Capsicum annuum, from New Zealand onto the Compliance-Based Intervention Scheme (CBIS). Who does this notice affect? Importers of fresh capsicum and peppers (Capsicum annuum)...
Related Cases:   Fresh Solanaceous fruit for human consumption

Fresh coconut and coconut meat

Effective from 9 August 2019
The department is incorporating a number of fresh produce commodities onto the Compliance-based Intervention Scheme (CBIS). This change is scheduled to take effect on the 9 August 2019. Who does this notice affect? Importers of fresh immature cocon...
Related Cases:   Fresh coconut and coconut meat

Cooked fruit and vegetables for human consumption

Effective from 9 August 2019
The existing Cooked fruit and vegetables for human consumption case only permitted cooked taro leaves as an ingredient of palusami. This change permits cooked taro alone as well as an ingredient of palusami. Visual inspection of both cooked taro leaves...
Related Cases:   Cooked fruit and vegetables for human consumption

Validity periods for permits for live veterinary vaccines

Effective from 7 August 2019
The Animal and Biological Imports Branch (ABIB) has changed the validity period for permits issued for live veterinary vaccines with a safe history of use in Australian animals. These permits, which previously had a validity period of 12 months, will n...
Related Cases:   Veterinary therapeutics and medicines

Dried herbs for human consumption

Effective from 2 August 2019
There is now a treatment requirement for non-commercially packaged dried citrus leaves and peel imported as passenger baggage or mail. Who does this notice affect: Passengers bringing dried citrus leaves and peel as baggage, or importing it thro...
Related Cases:   Dried herbs for human consumption

Dried fruit

Effective from 2 August 2019
There is now a treatment requirement for non-commercially packaged dried citrus fruit imported as passenger baggage or mail. Who does this notice affect: Passengers bringing dried citrus fruit as baggage, or importing it through the mail. Backgr...
Related Cases:   Dried fruit

Treatment for non-commercially packaged dried citrus fruit imported as passenger baggage/mail

Effective from 2 August 2019
The department has applied mandatory heat treatment for non-commercially packaged dried citrus fruit imported as passenger baggage or mail. All non-commercially packaged dried citrus fruit imported as passenger baggage or mail must be treated at the...
Related Cases:   Dried fruit

New approved ISTA laboratory for seed purity analysis

Effective from 2 August 2019
The department has approved a new laboratory to perform seed purity analysis on seed being imported into Australia. The list of department approved seed testing laboratories has been updated to include the following laboratory: Testing laboratory Addr...
Related Cases:   Seed for sowing products | Birdseed | Kibbled cereal mix for human consumption | Whole dried peas for human consumption | Myrtaceae seed for sowing | Capsicum spp. (requiring testing) seed for sowing | Mangifera spp. seed for sowing | Nuts and woody tree seed for sowing | Orchid seed for sowing | Cucurbit seed for sowing requiring testing for plant viruses | Pea seed for sowing | Tomato seed for sowing | Mixed seed for sowing (permitted species) | Popping corn for human consumption | Biomat products containing seed for sowing | Rutaceae seed for sowing | Palm seed for sowing | Camellia sinensis seed for sowing | Papaver somniferum seed for sowing | Ribes spp. seed for sowing | Zea mays seed for sowing | Vaccinium spp. seed for sowing | Catharanthus roseus seed for sowing | Conifer (excluding Pinus spp. and Pseudotsuga spp.) seed for sowing | Raw seed for human consumption | Agropyron spp. seed for sowing | Brassica spp. seed for sowing | Encephalartos spp. seed for sowing | Fagopyrum esculentum seed for sowing | Dactylis spp. seed for sowing | Moko hosts seed for sowing | Xanthosoma roseum seed for sowing | Cannabis spp. seed for sowing | Arabidopsis spp. seed for sowing | Annona spp. seed for sowing | Allium spp. seed for sowing | Daylily rust host seed for sowing | Permitted seed for sowing | Medicago spp. seed for sowing | Lolium spp. seed for sowing | Daucus carota seed for sowing | Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum hosts as seed for sowing

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