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10 September 2020 14:37

NVWA

Despite the outcome of Brexit negotiations, from 1 January 2021 you will be confronted with extra procedures when importing or exporting animal- and plant based products. This may involve certification, phytosanitary controls and customs formalities, leading to longer transit times and additional, higher costs. The NVWA (The Netherlands food and consumer product safety authority) has explained how to be ready on time, per product type.

Veterinary importproces

Click the infographic at the right to view the import proces of animal based products.

FAQs NWVA

Post-Brexit, many things will also change regarding the transport of animals, animal products, plants and plant-based products. Visit the website of the Dutch Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority to learn what to expect when importing or exporting animals and animal products.

Post-Brexit, many things will also change regarding the transport of animals, animal products, plants and plant-based products. Visit the website of the Dutch Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority to learn what to expect when importing or exporting plants and plant-based products.

Border Inspection Points NVWA

The NVWA has provided an overview of Border Inspection Points (BIP). Click the button below to view the lists (only available in Dutch) for AGF and for Veterinary cargo.

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