This document is intended to outline the checks and controls in place to ensure grain and feedstuffs in the UK are safe and legal whether it arrives from an already assured supply chain or production or is from outside of an assured chain.
In order to provide assistance with understanding of certain Contract clauses, the AIC Contracts Committee has recently reviewed and updated its guidance document for users of the No.1 & No.2 Grain Contracts. Users of these AIC Contracts may find it useful to use this document as part of their in-house contracts training to improve awareness.
There are various stickers which are to be found on the top right hand corner of the “Post – harvest treatment declaration” or “combinable crops passport”. Some schemes have stickers and others have passports with preprinted stickers already on.
The Combinable Crops Passport is designed to improve the traceability and assurance status of combinable crops. It is important to note that incomplete or incorrectly completed passports may lead to rejections and delays at delivery destinations.