Importing - exporting frozen prawns to and from the EU and UK - Post Brexit

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1.items such as the frozen prawns from Thailand shipped to the UK There is no further processing, sometimes these products are labelled but the main aim is to supply the GB warehouses and then export part of the original order via GB to France, Iceland and Spain. Our normal scenario would be 20 pallets into GB and export 1 pallet to each EU location, the remaining 17 pallets would be for our GB warehouses. Previously the product would take the status of a 3rd country and such a product cannot be certified by the British authorities (ie the official veterinarian in the UK). Not unless the product is being processed further in an establishment in the United Kingdom, but then the product will be changed so that it will be marked with the approval number of the relevant establishment in the United Kingdom (as a 3-state product). Can the product be certified by the British authorities to enable export to the EU? If not, what would the new process be? 2.Previously the product would take the status of a 3rd country and such a product cannot be certified by the British authorities (ie the official veterinarian in the UK). Not unless the product is being processed further in an establishment in the United Kingdom, but then the product will be changed so that it will be marked with the approval number of the relevant establishment in the United Kingdom (as a 3-state product). But we do not do any further processing. However, we would like to import, and export part of the original order via GB to France, Iceland and Spain. Our normal scenario would be 20 pallets into GB and export 1 pallet to each EU location, the remaining 17 pallets would be for our GB warehouses. Can the export be certified by the British authorities (ie the official veterinarian in the UK)? If not what would be the process?"

AnswerTo import fish to the UK from another country (excluding EU fish into Northern Ireland (NI)), you’ll need a catch certificate validated by the country where the fishing vessel is registered or licensed. You must also have a health certificate issued by the country of origin. The Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA) will check health certificates on imports from non-EU countries at the border control post (BCP). Port health authorities will check health certificates on imports from EU countries at the BCP. You must submit the common veterinary entry document (CVED) (PDF) to APHA at least 2 days before the fish or shellfish arrive.

If you wish to re-export to the EU, you will need to complete the re-export section of the catch certificate. This does not apply to NI to GB or NI to EU trade. You can find further information about importing fish here: Importing or moving fish to the UK - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)  Please note that the information provided on gov.uk is constantly being updated to support businesses with accurate and timely information; any link provided is accurate and up to date at the time of this response.

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