F19-023 Feed Additive update - copper carbonate and monosodium glutamate and glutamic acid 01 May 2019
Copper Carbonate - monohydrate and anhydrous forms.
F19-021 International Disease Monitoring – The Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA) 16 Apr 2019
Please find attached APHA’s latest report on international disease monitoring. The short report provides a summary of notifiable animal disease outbreaks including avian diseases.
F19-022 April 2019 update on the Animal Nutrition Section of the Standing Committee on Plants, Animals, Food and Feed 16 Apr 2019
This update provides information about the meeting of the Animal Nutrition (AN) Section of the Standing Committee on Plants, Animals, Food and Feed (SCoPAFF) held on 9-11 April 2019.
F19-020 IPAFFS demo and training webinar 9th April 14.00 - 15.30 04 Apr 2019
APHA have planned a further webinar to explain how the new IPAFFS system will operate. Details of the event are provided below:
F19-019 Update from DEFRA on IPAFFS and planned improvements 27 Mar 2019
AIC has today received the following update from Defra: | As you will be aware, the date the UK leaves the EU in a No-Deal scenario has changed to 12 April.
F19-018 New information from Defra on Import of Products, Animals, Food and Feed System (IPAFFS) 22 Mar 2019
AIC have received new updates from Defra on the new Import of Products, Animals, Food and Feed System (IPAFFS) which is to replace TRACES in the event the UK leaves the EU without a deal.
F19-017 FEMAS 2019 - New guidance published 18 Mar 2019
A new page has been added to the AIC Trade Assurance website including the new FEMAS 2019 Standard as well as documents explaining the key changes to content and structure. The new page can be found here .
F19-016 Tariff rates applicable to Prepared Animal Fodder in the event of No Deal EU Exit 13 Mar 2019
Further to Member Briefing BR19-010, the tariff rates applicable to imported prepared animal fodder have been published, in the event of the UK leaving the EU with no deal.
F19-015 Unauthorised use of FAMI-QS logo 01 Mar 2019
AIC has been informed by colleagues at FAMI-QS (a feed ingredient scheme with whom AIC have a mutual recognition agreement) that they have become aware of a non-certified company using their logo. The details are in the attached document, and buyers of feed ingredients are reminded to check the status of suppliers via the scheme owners' websites, and not rely on copies of certificates, labels or other marketing material.
F19-014 FEMAS 2019 Published 26 Feb 2019
AIC is pleased to announce that the new FEMAS 2019 Standard has been published and is available to download here . Auditing to the new Standard will begin on 1st May, with all requirements applicable from that date.