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Case: Salmonid fish for human consumption Effective: 03 Sep 2020 to 26 Sep 2020

This case contains a number of different import scenarios with associated import conditions. You can refine the import scenarios by answering the questions below.

Which of the following best describes the goods?

Please refer to the full list of species for scientific and common names in the Salmonidae family.

Approved salmon sourcing countries are:
Canada, Denmark, Norway, Republic of Ireland, the United Kingdom and the United States of America.

Approved salmon processing countries are:
Canada, Denmark, Germany, Norway, Philippines, Poland, Republic of Ireland, Sweden, Thailand, Taiwan (thermally treated product only), the United Kingdom and/or the United States of America.

Personal use
Thermally treated salmon products (excluding retorted)  
Retorted salmon products  
Commercial imports of Pacific salmon (Oncorhynchus spp.) from New Zealand (not thermally treated)  
Sourced and processed in a single approved country (not thermally treated)  
Sourced from an approved country, processed in a different approved country (not thermally treated)
Not sourced and processed in approved countries
Other (including salmon composite products)  
Non-salmonid fish species



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