Export Certification Roundtable

Date: February 25 - 26, 2010
Location: Queensland, Australia

This Roundtable was held immediately preceding the Eighteenth session of the CODEX Committee on Food Import and Export Inspection and Certification Systems (CCFICS). The event attracted over 70 experts from across the APEC region; 70 percent represented APEC Member Economies and 30 percent represented food manufactures or associations. The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) partnered with Australia’s Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (DAFF) and the University of Maryland’s Joint Institute for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (JIFSAN) to sponsor this event.

DOCUMENTS

FINAL AGENDA

Final Agenda and Event Report
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PRESENTATIONS

Export Certificates in Global Food Trade
Mr. Bi Kexin, AQSIQ
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How Might APEC Countries Utilize the CCFICS Generic Model Official Certificate
H. Michael Wehr, Ph.D., FDA - CFSAN
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Visibility Provides Security: Beating Problems of Fraudulent Certificates
Richard Jones, GS1 Australia
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Choosing the Right Certificates for the Right Reasons
Simplot Australia
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Choosing the Right Certificate Requirements for the Right Reasons
Krissana Sukhumparnich, Department of Fisheries - Thailand
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Overview Codex Alimentarius Guidance for Export Certification
Mary Stanley, USDA
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How can Government and Industry Work Together on Food Export Certification?
Maria Rojas, National Fisheries of Chile
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Why/When Should Countries Require Official Export Certificates (From Japan's Point of View)
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UPCOMING EVENTS

  • FSCF PTIN Pesticide MRL Harmonization: A Trade Facilitative Approach to MRL Compliance, December 16-17, 2020, Virtual
  • FSCF PTIN Success Stories from FSCF Export Certificate Reductions, Expected February 2021, Virtual
  • FSCF PTIN Sanitary Phytosanitary (SPS) Document Digitalization, What Industry and Government Need: Three Seminars to Collect Perspectives on E-Certification in the Past and Future, Expected Spring 2021, Virtual
  • FSCF PTIN Whole Genome Sequencing: Laboratory Capacity Building for Environmental Food Safety Testing Workstream
    • Virtual Awareness Webinars in early 2021,
    • How WGS has revolutionized food safety: from environmental sampling to foodborne disease prevention, response, and mitigation, May 2021, Virtual
    • Sub-Regional In-Lab Trainings, July 2021-October 2022,
    • Teach-Forward by Training Participants, September 2021-December 2022
    • Workshop for Food Safety Experts and Policymakers, presentations by ToTs, May 2023
  • Food Safety Cooperation Forum, 2021, Virtual
  • FSCF Partnership Training Institute Network Steering Group, 2021, Virtual

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