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Uganda proposed Specification for Meat and meat products

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Uganda proposed Specification for Meat and meat products

Uganda National Bureau of Standards proposed following:

1) DUS 2027:2018, Edible offal – Specification:

Uganda standard specifies the requirements, method of analysis and sampling for edible offal for human consumption from the cattle, buffalo, sheep, goats, deer, horses, pigs, ratites, camelids and poultry.

Products covered: Edible offal of bovine animals or poultry meat (chilled or frozen)

HS code: 0206, 0207

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2) DUS 932:2018, Bovine (beef) carcass and cuts – Specification:

Uganda Standard specifies requirements, methods of test and sampling for bovine (beef) carcasses and cuts meant for human consumption.

Products covered: Meat of bovine animals

HS code: 0201

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3) DUS 932:2018, Bovine (beef) carcass and cuts - Specification:

Uganda Standard specifies requirements, methods of test and sampling for bovine (beef) carcasses and cuts meant for human consumption

Products covered: Meat of bovine animals

HS code: 0201

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4) DUS 2027:2018, Edible offal – Specification:

Uganda standard specifies the requirements, method of analysis and sampling for edible offal for human consumption from the cattle, buffalo, sheep, goats, deer, horses, pigs, ratites, camelids and poultry.

Products covered: Edible offal

HS code: 0206

Click Here for Notification

Proposed date of adoption: December, 2018

Proposed date of entry into force: NA

Final date for comments: 03-12-2018

If the Proposal/Notification/Regulation will affect your International Business please send us your representation with facts and figures , so that these can be taken up suitably.

 

 


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