Border inspection post: import of food, feed and products of animal origin Unfortunately this specification of service has not yet been completely translated.

The work of the border inspection post serves the protection of the EU states against the introduction of animal diseases from abroad protection of consumers against health risks that may emanate from food protection of people and animals against feed that is hazardous to health

Registration form CVED or CVED for food of animal or plant origin, GVDE = Common veterinary document for import (animal) / CED = Common veterinary document for import (plant) Health certificate from the third countryif applicable, certificate of laboratory tests carried outBill of Lading, Bill of Lading


Preconditions
Establishment of a CVED (Common Import Document) for consignments of animal origin or a CED (Common Import Document) for food and feed of non-animal origin

Hints
Special provisions for personal travel: The import of food of animal origin from countries outside the EU is largely prohibited. The border inspection posts in Bremen, Bremerhaven and Cuxhafen are not approved for the clearance of live animals from third countries. There is also no border control point at Bremen Airport.
Registration of consignments from third countries with CVED/GVDE/GDE, BL (Bill of Lading) as well as valid health certificate and, if necessary, laboratory results A documentary check is carried out and, depending on the product, a presentation for identity control and physical inspection takes place. The results are recorded in the CVED / CVED and a decision is taken on the eligibility for import (import permit, import under certain conditions, rejection).