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Case: Fresh herbs for human consumption Effective: 24 Dec 2020 to 05 Mar 2021

Case Description

This case describes the requirements for the importation of the following fresh herbs for human consumption from permitted countries: angelica, basil, bay leaves, chervil, coriander, curry leaves, French sorrel, lovage, oregano, parsley, pot marjoram, rosemary, sage and sweet marjoram.

Summary of import conditions

Warning: The following is a summary only; all consignments must meet the full import conditions contained in this BICON case.

This commodity does not require an import permit for importation into Australia.

Fresh herbs require phytosanitary certification and department inspection prior to release from biosecurity control.

This case applies to imports into: Australia.

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