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GOVERNMENT OF
French Polynesia

 MinistRY
of agriculture, handicraft
and the development of archipelagos 


ORDER N° 979 / CM of 24 July 2015

Establishing the list of commodities likely to carry transmissible animal disease agents and the list of foodstuffs and animal feed likely not to meet food safety requirements



THe PRESIDENT OF French Polynesia


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Trans. ( avec AR):

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After the report of the Minister of Agriculture, Handicraft and the Development of Archipelagos;



    Considering the organic law 2004-192 of 27 February 2004 establishing the autonomy statute of French Polynesia, together with the law No. 2004-193 of 27 February 2004 making further provisions for the autonomy statute of French Polynesia;

    Considering the order 676/PR of 16 September 2014, as amended, appointing the Vice-President and other ministers of the French Polynesian Government and determining their functions;

    Considering the “Country Law” 2013-12 APF of 6 May 2013, regulating, for protection purposes in matters of biosecurity, the introduction, import, export and inter-island transport of living organisms and by-products;

    Considering the deliberation 94-159/AT of 22 December 1994 determining the assignments of the “Service of the Développement Rural” (Rural Development Department);

    Considering the order 446 CM of 24 April 1995, on the organization of the “Service of the Développement Rural” (Rural Development Department);

    Considering the order 1519/CM of 15 November 2013 on the composition and functioning of the Biosecurity Advisory Committee;

    Considering the opinion of the Biosecurity Advisory Committee of 29 April 2014;


The Council of Ministers, after deliberating in its session of

ADOPTED AS FOLLOWS:

Article 1. – Pursuant to articles LP 31, LP 32 and LP 35 of the above-mentioned Country Law 2013-12 APF of 6 May 2013, this order sets out the list of commodities likely to carry transmissible animal disease agents and the zoosanitary requirements they must meet in order to be authorised for import, the list of foodstuffs and animal feed likely not to meet food safety requirements, the specific conditions concerning the introduction of transhipped ship’s stores of cruise ships and the import of commodities by travellers by postal package or by private courier service, as well as the format of the accompanying certificates or documents that may be required.

Article . -2For the purpose of this order, the following terms shall have the following meanings:



  1. Aquatic animals: fish, molluscs, crustaceans (including gametes), whatever their development stage, coming from aquaculture farms or captured in the wild. Refrigerated half-shell bivalve molluscs are not considered as live animals;

  2. Dog chews: products for pet animals to chew, produced from untanned hides and skins of ungulates or from other material of animal origin;

  3. Brucella: the species B. abortus, B. melitensis or B. suis, excluding vaccine strains;

  4. Health certificate: a certificate issued in accordance with the provisions of the Aquatic Animal Health Code of the World Animal Health Organisation (OIE) setting out the health requirements in connection with the health of aquatic animals health and/or public health that must be met prior to the export of a commodity coming from an aquatic animal;

  5. Veterinary certificate: a certificate issued in accordance with the provisions of the Terrestrial Animal Health Code of the World Animal Health Organisation (OIE) setting out the health requirements in connection with animal health or public health;

  6. OIE Code: as the case may be, either the Terrestrial Animal Health Code of the World Animal Health Organisation (OIE), or the Aquatic Animal Health Code of the World Animal Health Organisation (OIE);

  7. Collagen: protein-based products derived from hides, skins, bones and tendons of animals;

  8. Preserved food: products whose preservation is ensured by a container tight to water, gas and microorganisms at any temperature below 55°C and by a heat treatment to destroy or totally inhibit the enzymes and the microorganisms in their normal or sporulated condition and their toxins whose presence and proliferation might spoil the products;

  9. Greaves: the protein-containing residue of rendering, after partial separation of fat and water;

  10. Marinated crustaceans: crustaceans, that are either marinated in a dry marinaded made of herbs, spices or garlic that visibly covers the surface of the crustacean, or marinated in a liquid marinade that accounts for at least 12% of the total weight of the product. The ingredients that make the dry or liquid marinade and that are taken into account in the 12% calculation are those that bring taste and flavour to the product and are coloured. The ingredient of the marinade that do not bring any savour or flavour such as water, maltodextrin, oil, starch, rice flour, tapioca, wheat flour, thickening agents and the like are not taken into account as marinade ingredients and do not contribute to the required 12%. Crustaceans that are covered only with garlic or oil are not considered as marinated crustaceans;

  11. Food safety hazard: a biological, chemical or physical agent present in foodstuffs or animal feed, or a condition of these foodstuffs or animal feed that could adversely affect health;

  12. Organic fertilizers and soil improvers of animal origin: materials of animal origin that are used to maintain or improve plant nutrition and the physical and chemical properties and biological activity of soils, either separately or together; they may include manure, digestive tract content, compost and digestion residues. In this order this definition encompasses organo-mineral fertilizers: mix of organic and mineral fertilizers. Such mix contains at least one per cent of organic nitrogen and contains products containing mineral substances and organic substances that may be miscellaneuous animal by-products (processed animal proteins such as feather flour, dehydrated poultry droppings, composted manure) or a mix of by-products and plants (compost made of manure and plant materials);

  13. Susceptible species: an animal species in which the presence of an infection has been demonstrated by the occurrence of spontaneous cases or by experimentally exposing to a disease agent that simulates the natural route of infection. Each chapter of the OIE codes and manuals dealing with a disease contains the list of susceptible species known to date;

  14. Flour: a product deriving from a terrestrial or aquatic animal that has been pulverized and heat-treated in order to reduce moisture content below 10%;

  15. Gelatin: natural, soluble protein, gelling or non-gelling, obtained by the partial hydrolysis of collagen produced from bones, hides and skins, tendons and sinews of animals;

  16. Guano: a natural product which has been collected from the excrements of bats or wild sea birds and which is not mineralised;

  17. Animal feed ingredient: a component, a part or a constituent of any combination or mix that is part of the making of animal feed and that has or not a nutritional value in the animal’s diet, including additives. The ingredients may be of terrestrial or aquatic origin or plant or animal origin. They can also be organic or inorganic substances;

  18. Milk: the normal mammary secretion obtained from one or more milkings without either addition thereto or extraction therefrom.;

  19. Raw milk: milk that has not undergone any heat treatment higher than 40°C or any other treatment with a similar effect;

  20. OIE Manual: as the case may be, either the OIE Manual for diagnostic tests and vaccines in terrestrial animals, or the OIE Manual for diagnostic tests in aquatic animals;

  21. Honey: natural sweet substance produced by ‘Apis mellifera’ bees from the nectar of plants or from secretions of living parts of plants or excretions of plant-sucking insects, which the bees collect, transform by combining with specific substances of their own, deposit, dehydrate, store and leave in honeycombs to ripen and mature;

  22. Country, zone or compartment in which BSE risk is negligible, controlled or undetermined: the country, zone or compartment in which the Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy risk is negligible, controlled or undetermined according to the definition of the OIE Code;

  23. Country, zone or compartment free of a disease of aquatic animals: the country, zone or compartment that meets the required conditions in the corresponding chapter of the Aquatic Animal Health Code of the World Animal Health Organisation (OIE) to self-declare itself free of the disease in question;

  24. Country, zone or compartment free of a disease of terrestrial animals: the country, zone or compartment in which it has been demonstrated the absence of the pathogen of animal origin that is responsible for the disease in question through the compliance with the conditions relating to the recognition of the status of disease-free country, zone or compartment, as set by the Terrestrial Animal Health Code of the World Animal Health Organisation (OIE);

  25. Gutted fish: fish whose internal organs, except the encephalon and the gills, have been removed;

  26. Milk products: products obtained after any form of milk treatment;

  27. Meat products: meat that was subjected to a treatment irreversibly changing its organoleptic and physico-chemical characteristics;

  28. Aquatic animal products: non-viable animals and aquatic animal-based products, including eggs, oozytes and roes;

  29. Beehive: a structure for the keeping of honey bee colonies that is being used for that purpose, including frameless hives, fixed frame hives and all designs of moveable frame hives (including nucleus hives), but not including packages or cages used to confine bees for the purpose of transport or isolation.

  30. Apiary: a beehive or group of beehives whose management allows them to be considered as a single epidemiological unit;

  31. Food safety: a concept where food and feed for food producing animals will not harm the consumer so long as intended use guidelines are followed when it is prepared or eaten;

  32. Apiculture by-products: honey, wax, royal jelly, propolis or pollen not intended for human consumption;

  33. Tanning: the hardening of hides, using vegetable tanning agents, chromium salts or other substances such as aluminium salts, ferric salts, silicic salts, aldehydes and quinones, or other synthetic hardening agents;

  34. Meat: all edible parts of an animal;

  35. Fresh meat: that has not been subjected to any treatment irreversibly modifying its organoleptic and physicochemical characteristics. This includes frozen meat, chilled meat, minced meat and mechanically recovered meat;

  36. Viscera: offal from the thoracic, abdominal and pelvic cavities, and also, , the trachea, oesophagus and, where appropriate, the crop;

  37. Poultry: all domesticated birds, including backyard poultry and farmed feathered game, used for the production of meat or eggs for consumption and for the production of other commercial products,

  38. Travellers: passengers and flight crew.

  1. The definitions provided in article 1 of the above-mentioned Country Law 2013-12 of 6 May 2013 and its annex also apply, where appropriate.

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