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20 February 2017

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Non Commodity
Non commodity conditions apply to all packaging, containers and transport methods used to bring goods into the country. Refer to the Non Commodity case to review the non commodity conditions related to your import.

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Pet food

Effective 11 February 2017 to 23 February 2017

This case describes the requirements for the importation of pet food including pet food ingredients.

Matched Term: Fish, finfish, Starfish, Jellyfish, Cuttlefish

Cnidarians, echinoderms and tunicates

Effective 28 January 2017 to 23 February 2017

This case describes the requirements for the importation of cnidarians, echinoderms and tunicates for human consumption and display purposes.

Matched Term: fish, Jellyfish, Starfish

Retorted animal products for human consumption

Effective 16 February 2017 to 23 February 2017

This case describes the requirements for the importation of retorted/ canned animal products for human consumption only. This case applies to importation of retorted or canned animal products containing meat derived from mammals, birds, amphibians, snails and aquatic animals.For the importation of uncanned/ unretorted aquatic products, please refer to the BICON cases Seafood (excluding finfish) and Cnidarians, echinoderms and tunicates.

Matched Term: fish, finfish

Human therapeutics and medicines

Effective 11 February 2017 to 22 February 2017

This case describes the requirements for the importation of human therapeutics and medicines. The case may include but is not limited to items such as human antibodies and cell lines, human tissues and fluids, human therapeutics, synthetic or non-synthetic therapeutics or excipients. For the import of dietary supplements and natural medicines containing ingredients of plant origin, please refer to the BICON case Dietary supplements and natural medicines for human consumption. For the import of fungi (dried mushroom), including Ganoderma, Poriacoros and Cordyceps, please refer to the BICON case Dried medicinal mushrooms. For the import of slippery elm bark, please refer to the BICON case Powdered herbs for human consumption.

Matched Term: Fish, Pipefish

Non-permitted animals

Effective 28 January 2017 to 23 February 2017

This case contains information relating to animals not approved for importation. Animals identified in the case are non-permitted and will be subject to quarantine action if they are imported.

Matched Term: fish, Crayfish

Permitted plant fibres

Effective 16 February 2017 to 23 February 2017

This case describes the requirements for the importation of the majority of permitted plant fibres for all uses other than as animal foods, fertilisers, landscaping or for growing. For coir peat and coco peat products please see the 'Coir peat' case. For banana fibre articles please see the 'Banana fibre articles' case. This case does not apply to imports for use in landscaping and weed suppression, for these imports please see the 'Geotextiles for bioremediation' case. This case does not apply to imports of highly processed plant fibres (flexible fabrics consisting of a network of natural fibres made through weaving, knitting, spreading, crocheting or bonding), for these imports please see the 'Plant based fabric, textiles or yarn' case.

Matched Term: fish, Fishtail

Jerky and biltong for human consumption

Effective 16 February 2017 to 23 February 2017

This case describes the requirements for the importation of jerky and biltong for human consumption only. For the import of fish (including elasmobranchs/sharks), molluscs and crustaceans (including prawns), please refer to the BICON case Seafood (excluding finfish). For the import of cnidarians, echinoderms and tunicates, please refer to the BICON case Cnidarians, echinoderms and tunicates.

Matched Term: fish, finfish

Uncanned or unretorted meat for human consumption

Effective 16 February 2017 to 23 February 2017

This case describes the requirements for the importation of uncanned or unretorted meat for human consumption only. Uncanned or unretorted meat includes products such as meat floss, pig meat, poultry meat, bovine meat, crocodile meat and ham. For the import of fish (including elasmobranchs/sharks), molluscs and crustaceans (including prawns), please refer to the BICON case Seafood (excluding finfish). For the import of cnidarians, echinoderms and tunicates, please refer to the BICON case Cnidarians, echinoderms and tunicates. For the import of meat jerky and biltong, please refer to the BICON case Jerky. Please note that this case only applies to the meat component of composite products. If you are importing a composite product, you must search BICON for each individual ingredient to determine the conditions that apply.

Matched Term: fish, finfish

Aquatic animals for zoological purposes

Effective 5 November 2016 to 23 February 2017

This case describes the requirements for the importation of live aquatic animals into a facility approved by the appropriate State or Territory Government, for holding the imported species for display or conservation.

Matched Term: fish

Highly refined organic chemicals and substances

Effective 28 January 2017 to 23 February 2017

This case describes the requirements for the importation of highly refined organic chemicals and substances for all uses other than as animal foods, fertilisers or for growing purposes. This case includes items such as acetone, alcohols, amino acids, varnish, sulphur compounds, dyes, insecticides or paraffin. The only products derived from a fermentation process covered by this case are: alcohols, vitamins and amino acids. For all other products derived from a fermentation process e.g. citric acid; antibiotics, please refer to the relevant BICON cases.

Matched Term: Fish


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