Do not bring African swine fever to Finland
Please be aware that the intra-EU trade of pig meat, boar meat and meat products, raw meat products and other products containing meat of these animal species is restricted due to african swine fever (ASF) from certain areas of Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Belgium, Italy, and Slovakia.
- More information about African swine fever from Finnish Food Authority´s webpages
- Awareness video about African swine fever
- More information about African swine fever in the webpages of Mininstry of Agriculture and Forestry (in Finnish)
- More information about African swine fever in the webpages of EU comission
Required salmonella documents when importing foodstuffs of animal origin from EU internal market to Finland
If you import foods of animal origin from other EU-countries to Finland, ensure before
buying the goods that the supplier is able to deliver the required salmonella documents according to Comission regulation 1688/2005: a commercial document and laboratory´s salmonella test report.
Internal market import of broiler meat and eggs from Denmark to Finland no longer requires salmoenlla documents
Danish broiler meat produced after 6 February 2017 may now be imported to Finland without trade documents (Annex IV) and salmonella certificates in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 1688/2005. However, the consignments must always be accompanied by some trade document to ensure traceability.