How do New Zealand clear its imports of Maluka honey?
In recent years, we have operated many foreign honey import projects for our customers. In brief, we will discuss the customs clearance procedures for imported honey.
Standard for imported honey: GB 14963-2011 National Food Safety Standard Honey
The definition of honey is that bees collect nectar, secretions or honeydew from plants, mix them with their own secretions, and brew them into natural sweeteners.
Import pure natural honey HS: 0409000000 tariff 15% VAT 11%.
PS: Some countries have more preferential agreement tax rates, such as Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia and so on.
The preferential certificate of origin should be issued for those who need to enjoy the agreed tax rate. The international logistics section should go directly to the domestic market, or the transit port should issue the unprocessed certificate of transshipment.
For risk reasons, imported honey is required by the country of origin. Only honey from the country of origin that has passed the risk assessment can be imported:
The information needed for importing honey is as follows:
1. Certificate of Origin
2. Hygienic certificate or phytosanitary certificate
3. Testing Report
4. Date of Production-Certification of Warranty Period
5. If it's Maluka honey that provides additional testing report for monomerin
6. If there is an award-winning logo, provide additional copies of the award-winning certificate.
7. Label color electronic version
8. If there are wooden pallets, put IPPC logo on the wooden pallets.
9. Packing list
11. Maritime Bill of Lading
The first process of importing honey is generally as follows:
Overseas Delivery - Receiver Filing - Import Declaration - Import Declaration - Customs Tax Release - Business Inspection Inspection Label - Sample Inspection - Delivery of Goods (Not Saleable) - Sample Inspection Qualified Label Filing Record Number - Domestic Health Certificate (Saleable)