9 CFR 94.20 - Gelatin derived from horses or swine, or from ruminants that have not been in any region where bovine spongiform encephalopathy exists.
Meat, meat byproducts, and meat food products, as defined by FSIS in 9 CFR 301.2 - except that those terms as applied to bison shall have a meaning comparable to those provided in 9 CFR 301.2 with regard to cattle, and other than boneless skeletal meat that meets the conditions of § 94.18(b)(2) - may be imported from a region of controlled risk for BSE, as defined in § 92.1 of this subchapter, if the following conditions and all other applicable requirements of this part are met:
(a) The commodities were exported from a region of controlled risk for BSE.
(b) The commodities were derived from bovines that passed ante-mortem and post-mortem inspections.
(c) The commodities were derived from bovines that were not subjected to a stunning process, prior to slaughter, with a device injecting compressed air or gas into the cranial cavity, or to a pithing process.
(d) The commodities were produced and handled in a manner that ensured that such commodities do not contain and are not contaminated with either of the following:
(1) SRMs from regions of controlled risk for BSE; or
(2) Mechanically separated meat from the skull and vertebral column from bovines 30 months of age or older.
(e) The commodities are accompanied by an original certificate stating that the exporting region is classified by APHIS as a region of controlled risk for BSE, and that the conditions of this section have been met. The certificate must be issued and signed by a full-time salaried veterinary officer of the national government of the exporting region, or signed by a person authorized to issue such certificates by the veterinary services of the national government of the exporting region.
Title 9 published on 2015-01-01
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