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Order No. 1369 on payment for control of food, feed and live animals.

Type of law

The Order sets regulations on fees for the control and subsidy in export, licensing, registration, certification and inspection of food, feed, live animals and companies, equipment and products, including non-food products and non-animal products (basic fee of 346 DKK). The Order does not include regulations on payable fees in accordance to the International Carriage of Perishable Foodstuffs regulation, and on the payment for setting maximum levels of pesticide residues in plant and animal products (meat and fish, milk and eggs). Assembly centers and export isolation stables subject to inspection on livestock transportation through assembly centers and export isolation stables, as well as for control of herd livestock export, including first approval for regular export of cloven-hoofed animals, shall be paying a basic fee (346 DKK) and non-electronic issuance of TRACES Certification (TRAde Control and Expert System) a fee of 297 DKK (late submission and payment shall be subject to an additional fee of 594 DKK, in accordance to article 10 (sections 1-2) art. 18 (sect. 4) and article 20 (sect. 1) of Order No. 774 of 29 August 2001. Among costs and fees, the Order includes inspection for antibiotic use in swine herds and issuance of injunction on special measures to reduce the use of antibiotics in pig herds. Certification issued by the Danish Veterinary and Food Administration for transport of dog, cat or other pets. Registration of farming of bovine, sheep and goats, as well as milk production. Ordinary control of pigs, sows, gilts, dairy cattle and offspring, poultry. For the registration and routine inspection of plants, fence or farm breeding of ostrich, fox, game birds and deer, and registered animal husbandry (it does not apply to aquaculture). Ordinary inspection of food processing pursuant to ecology legislations shall be partly taxed in adherence to EU legislations, as well as the inspection of imported live animals and animal products from countries or territories not members of the European Union (veterinarian import inspection of slurry, pathogens, hay and straw). The Danish Veterinary and Food Administration shall implement European Parliament and Council Regulations and follow WFP guidelines.
The Order consists of 14 Chapters and 3 Appendices: Area (1); Control in slaughtering establishments with permanent staffing (2); Control of live animals and certain products (3); Control of food (4); Import Control and IUU monitoring (5); Control of certain substances and residues in live animals and certain animal products (6); Review and approval of the Food Act (7); Laboratory tests (8); Control of feed and feed businesses (9); Control implemented by the Danish Veterinary and Food Administration s special units and special surveillance on dietary supplements (10); Subsidy for export (11); Control implemented by the Danish AgriFish Agency (12); Exemptions (13); Entry into force (14).
Appendix 1 - Control Charges for small slaughterhouses and game processing establishments.
Appendix 2 - Conversion of slaughter figures to animal unit.
Appendix 3 Laboratory charges.
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Entry into force notes
Entry into force on 1 January 2013.
Implementing European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No. 998/2003 of 26 May 2003 on the animal health requirements applicable to non-commercial movement of pet animals and amending Council Directive 92/65 / EEC
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Original title
Bekendtg relse om betaling for kontrol af f devarer, foder og levende dyr.