Regulation For Safe Meat Export
Regulation For Safe Meat Export
We at ALM benefit the Indian meat industry by harmonization of standards, incentive to farmer for quality livestock production, stringent quality control measures, develops long-term strategy for exports, popularize and develop traditional products technology, regular monitoring for chemical residues and microbial quality, defends SPS measures which are irrational, make disease-free zones etc. 
The Indian meat export are regulated as per Export Act 1963 (Quality Control and Inspection), Raw Meat (Chilled and Frozen), the Government of India has laid down standards for export of meat, which include standards for abattoir, processing plants and for various meat products. Registration and licensing of abattoirs and meat processing plants is done by the Agricultural and Processed Food Export Development Authority (APEDA), ministry of commerce and industry, Export Inspection Council and Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI). Inspection of the meat processing plants is carried out by a committee of experts as per the standards laid down in the Meat and Meat Products Order (1973) of FSSAI, Government of India. Inspection focus is on hygiene and sanitary conditions maintained by the plant, ante-mortem and post-mortem inspections, infrastructure facilities and the other parameters compromising expert members from the diverse groups in meat industry and related fields. Each export consignment has to be passed the compulsory quality check before the dispatch with animal health status certificate duly from veterinarian.
Algeria | Angola | Arab Republic of Egypt | Arab Republic of Syria | Iraq | Jordan | Kazakhstan | Kingdom of Saudi Arabia | Kuwait | Lebanon
Malaysia | Mauritius | Qatar | Republic of Armenia | Sultanate of Oman | Thailand | United Arab Emirates | Uzbekistan | Vietnam