In accordance with the relevant laws and regulations of our country and the Protocol of the General Administration of Customs of the People's Republic of China and the State Plant Health Supervision Bureau of the Republic of Kenya on the Phytosanitary Requirements for the Export of Stevia to China, the Requirements for the Import of Stevia in Kenya are heeded, and stevia in line with the above requirements is allowed to be imported.
this announcement shall be implemented from the date of publication.
this announcement. Annex
: Import of Kenya Stevia Phytosanitary Requirements of the General Administration of Customs On December 7, 2018 Annex Import of Kenya Stevia Phytosanitary Requirements I, Inspection and Quarantine Basis (1) The People's Republic of China Inbound and Outbound Animal and Plant Quarantine Law, Regulations on the Implementation of the Animal and Plant Quarantine Law of the People's Republic of China The Import and Export Commodity Inspection Law of the People's Republic of China, the Regulations on the Implementation of the Import and Export Commodity Inspection Law of the People's Republic of China, the Food Safety Law of the People's Republic of China, the Regulations on the Implementation of the Food Safety Law of the People's Republic of China ;(2) The Protocol of the General Administration of Customs of the People's Republic of China and the State Plant Health Supervision Bureau of the Republic of Kenya on the Phytosanitary Requirements for the Export of Stevia to China in Kenya.
, allowed to enter the commodity name of chinese stevia (stevia rebaudiana) refers to the Kenyan production of dried stevia stems and leaves for processing.
the approval of the processing plant the National Plant Health Supervision Bureau of the Republic of Kenya (hereinafter referred to as kenfang) shall, in accordance with the requirements, carry out an examination of the production, processing and storage units of stevia in China, supervise its production, processing, storage, fumigation and transportation processes, and ensure that it complies with the relevant Chinese phytosanitary requirements.
processing plant shall be recommended by Ken to the General Administration of Customs of the People's Republic of China (hereinafter referred to as China) in advance, and shall be registered after inspection or examination by the Chinese side.
, quarantine pests into China stevia shall not carry the following quarantine pests of concern to China.
1. Stevia needle spores Septoria steviae; 2. chrysanthemum fake monocytobacteria Pseudomonas cichorii; 3. Tobacco Mesioderma serricorne; 4. Otani Prostephanus truncatus; 5. Brown Valley Stealer Tribolium destructor; 6. Valley Pint Trogoderma granarium; 7. Chapter Little Paw Oligon ychus yothersi; 8. d'ami celeb Ammi majus; 9. chrysanthemum centaurea repens; 10. scattered chrysanthemum centaurea diffusa; 11. chamomile Miclanti Micrantha; 12.wide leaves sage Oxalis latifolia; 13.silver-haired dragon sunflower solan ealum ;14. Black sorghum Sorrhum almum Parodi; 15. Fake sorghum sorghum halepense.
, product production and export requirements (1) production, storage and transportation.
. Stevia growers should strengthen production management, formulate pest prevention and control plans, and take timely preventive and control measures to remove quarantine weeds from the fields when harmful organisms occur.
At the same time, strengthen harvest management to avoid stevia with weed plants and their seeds, plant residues, soil, etc.; 2. Stevia storage warehouse should be clean and tidy before shipment, and separate storage to ensure separation from other products; 3. Stevia should be sealed packaging.
should be clean and used for the first time, label the name of the processing plant and its registration number, product name, origin and other information.
or containers used to transport stevia should be clean and hygienic, free of pests and residues from previously loaded cargo.
(ii) Quarantine and certificate requirements before departure.
should carry out quarantine on stevia before it is exported to China.
if live insects are found, the goods should be fumigation in warehouses or containers before export.
for goods that meet this requirement, Ken shall issue a phytosanitary certificate in accordance with International Phytosanitary Measures Standard No. 12 (ISPM12) and state in an additional statement: "The consignment is from the registered processing facility (registration no.:*), is in compliance with the requirements described" ed in the Protocol of Phytosanitary Requirements for the Export of Stevia from Kenya to China" (the shipment is from a registered processing plant (registration number) and meets the requirements of the Protocol on Phytostethal Phytosanitary Requirements of the General Administration of Customs of the People's Republic of China and the National Plant Health Supervision Authority of the Republic of Kenya on the Phytostevia Insanity requirements of Kenya.
the fumigation of the goods, the date, temperature, concentration and duration of fumigation shall be indicated in the phytosanitary certificate.
should provide samples of the phytosanitary certificates in force in Kenya in advance so that it is easier for the Chinese side to verify the validity of the phytosanitary certificates when the goods arrive at Chinese ports.
, entry inspection and quarantine (1) certificate verification.
1. To verify that the "phytosanitary certificate" issued by ken is consistent with the sample and 2. to verify that it comes from a registered processing plant.
(ii) cargo inspection.
, in accordance with the relevant provisions of the General Working Procedures for The Inspection and Quarantine of In-in-Entry Plants, and in conjunction with Articles 4 and 5 of these Requirements, the inspection and quarantine of in-entry stevia shall be implemented.
shall be allowed to enter the country if they have passed the inspection and quarantine.
(iii) non-conformity treatment.
1. If there is no valid phytosanitary certificate attached, it shall be returned or destroyed, 2. It shall be returned or destroyed from an unregistered processing plant, and 3. The found living pests listed in Article 4 of this request may be allowed to enter the country after effective quarantine treatment.
if there is no effective quarantine treatment method, it shall be returned or destroyed.
The relevant costs shall be borne by the exporter; 4. The soil or other prohibited items found to be returned or destroyed; and 5. If it is found that it does not meet the relevant standards of safety and health in China, it shall be returned, destroyed or otherwise treated in accordance with relevant laws and regulations.
the above-mentioned violations, the Chinese side will inform the Ken side, and depending on the severity of the violations to suspend the relevant processing plants to China and so on.
if the problem is serious, persistent and not effectively resolved, China will suspend the entire project until it takes effective improvement measures.