2. Extract of the GB certificate of Inspection
3. GB Certificate of Inspection explanatory notes
4. GB Organics FAQs
5. Great Britain's Certificate of Inspection
6. Step by step guidance for GB imports from third countries
Please note that CoIs will be required for non EU third country organic imports.
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The Executive Board took the decision to delay the publication of the next APHA Handbook so that it can incorporate the changes resulting from the UK's departure from the EU. The intent is to revise and update it for publication in 2021.
The 2018/19 edition is still available and provides essential information on Port Health matters and is aimed at anyone who is working in the port environment, from Port Health Officers to Importers. Whilst the information it contains was correct at the time of publication, some of the contents may now be out of date.
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