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15 August 2022

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1 October 2022

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Cane and rattan articles

Effective 10 August 2022 to 24 August 2022

This case describes the requirements for the importation of cane and rattan articles that are made from the genus Calamus or allied genera. If cane or rattan articles contain other plant material such as bamboo or solid wood refer to the relevant component case. Cane and rattan articles must be free from green/viable plant material.

Matched Term: articles

Raw and sun dried tobacco

Effective 8 August 2022 to 24 August 2022

This case describes the requirements for the importation of raw and sun dried tobacco.

Matched Term: dried

Animal trophies, articles and handicraft items Changes

Effective 8 August 2022 to 24 August 2022

This case describes the requirements for the importation of specimens, trophies, articles and handicrafts. This includes items such as taxidermied animals, animal tissues (including fish), animal bones, animal scientific specimens, rawhide musical instruments containing materials of animal origin, tanned and untanned hides and products made from tanned or untanned hides.

Matched Term: articles

Dried leaf skeletons

Effective 8 August 2022 to 24 August 2022

This case describes the requirements for the importation of dried leaf skeletons for all uses other than as animal foods, fertilisers or for growing purposes. Leaf skeletons are leaves that have been processed to remove the soft tissue of the leaf to reveal the veins. Leaf skeletons are often dyed or painted and used in displays, handicrafts and decorations such as albums, paper and light shades.

Matched Term: Dried

Dried Tillandsia spp. Alerts Changes

Effective 10 August 2022 to 24 August 2022

This case describes the requirements for the importation of dried Tillandsia spp. for all uses other than as animal foods, fertilisers or for growing purposes.

Matched Term: Dried

Dried or preserved flowers and foliage Alerts

Effective 10 August 2022 to 24 August 2022

This case describes the requirements for the importation of whole dried or preserved flowers and foliage (including moss) for end uses other than human consumption, animal consumption, veterinary therapeutics, growing purposes, fertilisers or bioremediation. For flowers and foliage that are to be used as herbarium specimens please refer to the BICON case Herbarium specimens. For plant parts fully encapsulated in solid mediums such as resin, silicone, plastic, etc. please refer to the BICON case Plant material embedded in a solid medium.

Matched Term: Dried

Grape vine articles

Effective 10 August 2022 to 24 August 2022

This case describes the requirements for the importation of grape vine articles.

Matched Term: articles

Dried dates or doum for human consumption Alerts Changes

Effective 10 August 2022 to 19 August 2022

This case describes the requirements for the importation of dried dates (Phoenix dactylifera) or doums (Hyphaene thebaica) for human consumption. This case does not cover Chinese dates (Ziziphus spp.).

Matched Term: Dried

Mushrooms for human consumption Alerts

Effective 10 August 2022 to 19 August 2022

This case describes the requirements for importation of fresh, frozen, dried and processed mushrooms for human consumption. This case also includes permitted and restricted medicinal species used in tablets, capsules, liquid, injectable vials, ointments or as an ingredient in food or beverages (including tea bags). This case includes requirements for fresh truffles. For frozen or dried truffles, please refer to the BICON case for Truffles for human consumption.

Matched Term: dried

Dried and whole Ziziphus spp. for human consumption Alerts Changes

Effective 10 August 2022 to 19 August 2022

This case describes the requirements for the importation of dried and whole Ziziphus spp. for human consumption.

Matched Term: Dried


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