USDA Launches Notifications for Changes in Animal Export Requirements
via FarmJournal's Pork - October 31, 2019
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) is establishing an automatic notification system to alert interested stakeholders when country-specific requirements for the export of live animals and animal products change.
Starting today, stakeholders can sign up to receive automatic notifications through the APHIS Stakeholder Registry. These notifications will alert subscribers that an update has been made to the export requirements for either live animals or animal products. The message will include a link that will take subscribers to the APHIS website to learn more about the specific change and the country it applies to.
APHIS maintains this information to assist U.S. exporters and help facilitate trade. These are not U.S. requirements, but rather the requirements of the receiving country. Countries may change their requirements at any time and without advance notice. APHIS will use this notification system to share any updates we are aware of, but in some instances, countries may change their requirements without alerting APHIS.
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