APHIS HomeAbout APHISNewsroomCareer OpportunitiesHelpContact Us
Decrease Font Size Increase Font Size
Search
 
USDA in Facebook APHIS in Twitter APHIS in Youtube APHIS Stakeholder Registry APHIS in Pictures APHIS in Blog APHIS RSS News Feeds

Browse by Subject
Animal Health
Animal Welfare
Biotechnology
Emergency Preparedness and Response
Import and Export
International Services
Permits
Plant Health
Regulations and Assessments
APHIS User Fees
Wildlife Control and Management
Regulations and Assessments

International Animal Product Export Regulations

Divider

Notice

If you have any questions or concerns regarding these regulations for exporting animals or animal products to a foreign country, you should contact the VS Field Office covering the area from which the products will be exported (or the area in which your office is located).

Animal Products to Italy

Italy is a member state of the European Union. The European Union has harmonized import requirements for certain animal origin products. For harmonized protocols (for commodities not listed below), please refer to the general information file for the European Union.

Language Requirement for Certificates

All EU harmonized certificates (all certificates located in English under the European Union general information file) must be in both English and Italian if the "Entry BIP in EU" listed in section I.16 of the certificate is located in Italy. Exporters should not present these certificates to APHIS for endorsement unless they are prepared with all text in both English and Italian. Exporters should work with their importers to create the bilingual versions. Note: If a consignment is entering the EU through Italy but destined for a different EU country, that country may also require a third language to be included.

Italian animal health authorities - information on confirming which certificate is required prior to shipment - June 2012 (pdf 12kb)

Abomasums and derivatives (including “rennets”) for the production of materials for human consumption (and other similar ruminant-origin materials) - January 2014 (pdf 12kb)

Cell Lines (from livestock species) - July 2012 (pdf 12kb)

Fishing baits - June 2012 (pdf 12kb)

Game trophies of animals other than ungulates or birds - June 2012 (pdf 12kb)

Hair/Wool

Intermediate products (information on how to determine if a particular consignment may be exported to Italy as an "intermediate product") June 2012 (pdf 12kb)

Peritoneal fluid and derivatives - April 2013 (pdf 12kb)

Rennets/Rennin - see “Abomasums and derivatives”

Samples (research and diagnostic) from animals other than livestock species or primates - April 2013 (pdf 17kb)

Samples (research and diagnostic) from livestock species (Not including samples embedded on slides or suspended in formaldehyde or alcohol - nor any samples from rodents, fish, pets, or non-human primates)

Samples (research and diagnostic) from non-human primates

Specified risk material (SRM) certification to accompany the "Veterinary Certificate for raw material in production of gelatin/collagen intended for human consumption" for consignments to Italy

  • General information - The below certificate is required by Italy to be the last pages of the "Veterinary Certificate for raw material in the production of gelatin intended for human consumption" and the "Veterinary Certificate for raw material in the production of collagen intended for human consumption." It should be the last pages of those certificates. For more information on those certificates, please see the European Union page.
  • Specified Risk Materials Certificate Supplemental Pages for Certificates for Raw Material for the Production of Gelatin/Collagen for Human Consumption - October 2011 (pdf 32kb)

Used cooking oil (also known as yellow grease) intended for the manufacture of biodiesel - June 2012 (pdf 12kb)

Yellow grease - see "Used cooking oil (also known as yellow grease) intended for the manufacture of biodiesel"

 

Divider
Last Modified: June 26, 2014