Chicken is the world's most popular meat, and one of the most vulnerable when it comes to issues of food safety. New Zealand has world-leading farming and animal welfare policies, and strict biosecurity and food safety requirements. New Zealand poultry is free of many of the diseases found in poultry from other countries.
Exporting poultry meat
Your step-by-step guide to exporting poultry meat.
Find the Overseas Market Access Requirements (OMARs) for specific countries or markets.
Responsibilities of poultry meat exporters
When exporting products from New Zealand you're responsible for:
- ensuring your products meet relevant New Zealand standards
- complying with the destination country's legislation and eligibility requirements
- reporting non-conformances to MPI – for example, if your products are no longer fit for their intended purpose or are refused entry by the destination country
- keeping the right records.
Who to contact
If you need to contact MPI about exporting poultry meat, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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