Australia takes action against import restrictions on legume seeds
By: Date: 2021-03-31 Categories: foodwarning Tags: ,
  Food Partner Network News On March 30, 2021, the Australian Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Environment issued the No. 50-2021 Import Industry Recommendation Notice, and the first phase of action was taken for legume seeds that are restricted for sowing.

  According to the notice, in addition to the fungicide requirements for carrot and fennel seeds, the first phase of the revised import restrictions on sowing legume seeds has begun. The revised conditions apply to the following seed species, including their synonyms and subordinate taxa:Celery, celery, carrot, fennel, parsnips and parsley.
   From March 30, 2021, all celeriac, celery, fennel, parsnips and parsley seeds shipped to Australia must be accompanied by a valid import license. Goods that have not obtained an import license on or after March 30, 2021, including those currently under consideration, will be instructed to export or need to be destroyed in an approved manner.
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