|NZ PUBLIC NOTICE|
2012年9月28日 ＮＺ産粉ミルク製品（infant formula）&すべての乳製品発送禁止について
ＮＺ税関からのNoticeがあり、本日よりＮＺ産粉ミルク製品（infant formula）&すべての乳製品（サプリメントも含む : Bovine Colostrum）の海外への発送は禁止となりました。
詳しくはMPI Website : www.foodsafety.govt.nz をご覧下さい。
Stop unlawful exports of infant formula 28 September 2012
The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) and New Zealand Customs Service (Customs) began action to stop unlawful exports of infant formula from
Under New Zealand law (Animal Products Act 1999) only registered exporters can export dairy material, including products such as infant formula.
If someone posts or ships infant formula from New Zealand without following the regulations for exporting dairy products then they are operating unlawfully and outside the regulated export supply chain.
MPI and Customs’ investigations have revealed substantial growth in the amount of unlawfully exported infant formula in the past year, primarily to China. The unlawful trade is estimated to be valued in excess of NZ$150 million and growing.
“We appreciate some people may not be aware they have been operating outside the law and we are taking steps to inform and educate during this process,” MPI Manager Food and Beverage
“Our action is about protecting the confidence New Zealand’s international trading partners have in our system of standards for exports, and at the same time ensuring a level playing field applies for all exporters of animal products in New Zealand.
“MPI is talking to known exporters to give them the opportunity to either stop trading, or investigate ways to export infant formula through lawful pathways.”
This applies regardless of who owns the product at the point of shipment, the size of the export or the reason the product is being shipped. Theis includes internet sales ans gifts.
The only exception is if the product directly accompanies you on a plane and is solely for your personal use.
For more information: www.foodsafety.govt.nz