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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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Raw nuts for human consumption Alerts

Effective 9 January 2020 to present

This case describes the requirements for the importation of raw nuts for human consumption.For dried apricot kernels please refer to BICON case Dried apricot kernels.

Matched Term: Raw, nuts, Brazil, Cashews, Hickory, Ngali, Pecan, Pili, Pistachio, Walnuts, Candlenut, Hazelnuts

Dried herbs for human consumption Alerts

Effective 9 January 2020 to present

This case describes the requirements for the importation of dried herbs. Importation is permitted for human consumption and human therapeutics. This includes pods without seeds, citrus peel, leaves, flowers, stems, roots, gums, resins, rhizomes, spices and crushed nut shells that are thoroughly dried and not capable of propagation. The case does not apply to seeds, fruit or bark. For pods with permitted seed and dried fruit, please use the Dried fruit BICON case. For permitted seed, please use the Raw seed BICON case. For pods with non-permitted seed and non-permitted seed, please use the relevant seed for human consumption BICON case. For bark, please use the Bark for human consumption BICON case.

Matched Term: nut, Raw, pine, Walnut, candle, Pistachio, Alpine, Candlenut, Nutsedge, Strawberry, caraway, Brazilian, Brazillian, Bedstraw, Candleberry, Candlebush, Candlestick, Pinellia, candleplant, Nickernuts, candlesticks, Spine, Strawflower, Pimpinella

Dried herb products not for human consumption Alerts

Effective 7 January 2020 to present

This case describes the requirements for the importation of dried herb products. Importation is permitted for all end uses other than for human consumption, animal foods, fertilisers or growing purposes. Products may contain ingredients such as leaves, flowers, stems, roots, gums, milled seed, resins, rhizomes, spices and crushed nut shells. These must be thoroughly dried, broken into small pieces and not capable of propagation. The case does not apply to unmilled seeds, fruit or bark. For human consumption, please refer to the BICON case Dried herbs for human consumption. For whole dried or preserved flowers and leaf material, please refer to the BICON case Dried or preserved flowers and foliage.

Matched Term: nut, pine, Walnut, candle, Pistachio, Alpine, Candlenut, Nutsedge, Strawberry, caraway, Brazilian, Brazillian, Bedstraw, Candleberry, Candlebush, Candlestick, Pinellia, candleplant, Nickernuts, candlesticks, Spine, Strawflower, Pimpinella

Processed nuts for human consumption Alerts

Effective 7 January 2020 to present

This case describes the requirements for the importation of processed nuts for human consumption.

Matched Term: nuts, Brazil, Cashew, Hickory, Ngali, Pecan, Pili, Pine, Pistachio, Walnuts, Nut, Candlenut, chestnuts, Pinenut

Vacuum sealed nuts for human consumption Alerts

Effective 7 January 2020 to present

This case describes the requirements for the importation of vacuum sealed nuts for human consumption.

Matched Term: nuts, Brazil, Cashew, Hickory, Ngali, Pili, Pine, Pistachio, Walnuts, Pecan, Candlenut, Hazelnuts, Pinenut

Shelled pine nuts for human consumption Alerts

Effective 9 January 2020 to present

This case describes the requirements for the importation of shelled pine nuts for human consumption. Shelled pine nuts are seeds that have the seed coat or shell removed.

Matched Term: pine, nuts, Pinenut

Dried fruit Alerts

Effective 21 January 2020 to present

This case describes the requirements for the importation of dried or freeze-dried fruit and applies to a range of fruit. Importation is permitted for human consumption and all end uses other than as animal foods, fertilisers or for growing purposes. For coconuts for decorative or novelty purposes please refer to BICON case Permitted plant fibres.For frozen coconut meat please refer to BICON case Frozen fruit, vegetables and herbs for human consumption.For pods containing permitted seeds, please use this case. For seeds and pods containing non-permitted seeds, please refer to the relevant seeds for human consumption BICON case.For pods not containing seeds, please refer to BICON case Dried herbs for human consumption.

Matched Term: nuts, Raw, coconuts, Candleberry, Brazilian, Pineapple, pineapples, strawberries, strawberry

Raw seed for human consumption Alerts

Effective 9 January 2020 to present

This case describes the requirements for the importation raw seed for human consumption. For roasted seeds, refer to the Roasted seeds for human consumption BICON case. For further processed seeds, refer to Processed grain and seed products for human consumption BICON case.

Matched Term: Raw, nuts, nut, Betelnuts

Fresh fruit for human consumption requiring further assessment

Effective 6 November 2019 to present

This case contains information on fresh fruits that are currently not permitted entry into Australia. The department has not developed import conditions to manage the biosecurity risks for these specific commodities due to insufficient information available on their risk status.

Matched Term: Cashews, Cashew, nuts, nut

Pine cones

Effective 7 January 2020 to present

This case describes the requirements for the importation of pine cones. Pine cones are often found in and described as, Christmas decorations and dried plant arrangements.

Matched Term: Pine, Pinecones


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