e.g. CITES Permit, Certificate of Freedom From Disease Within Singapore, Export Health Certificate, etc.

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    Singapore Food Agency

    Export Health CertificateInfo icon

    The Export Health Certificate is issued to traders, to certify a food consignment as fit for human consumption, and meeting safety standards or other required criteria to facilitate the export of this food consignment. This certificate is only issued for food consignments manufactured or processed or packed in a food processing establishment licensed by Singapore Food Agency.

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    Food Shop LicenceInfo icon

    For the operation of a food shop where there is retail sale of food and/or beverage.

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    Food Stall LicenceInfo icon

    For the operation of a foodstall where there is retail sale of food and/or beverage in a foodshop such as private eating houses, coffeeshops, food courts, canteens and private markets.

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    Free Sale Certificate (Animal Feed)Info icon

    The Free Sale Certificate for Animal Feed may be issued by either Animal & Veterinary Service, a cluster of National Parks Board or Singapore Food Agency. This certificate allows exporters to get endorsement for this animal feed products intended for export.

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    Free Sale Certificate (Food)Info icon

    The Free Sale Certificate (Food) allows exporters to get Singapore Food Agency endorsement for their
    - Meat and Fish products intended for export.
    - Locally processed meat and fish products intended for export
    - Processed food products intended for export

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    Health Certificate for Export of Live Foodfish for BreedingInfo icon

    The Health Certificate for Export of Live Foodfish is issued by Singapore Food Agency that allows exporters to export live food fish for farming.

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    Licence for Import/Export/Transhipment of Meat and Fish ProductsInfo icon

    LICENCE FOR IMPORT/EXPORT/ TRANSSHIPMENT OF MEAT AND FISH PRODUCTS is required if Traders involved in the import/export/transshipment of meat and fish products.

    Licence Pre-requisites :
    1.Top Up CPF Medisave.
    2.Activate UEN with Singapore Customs.
    3.Submit original GIRO form.

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    Licence for Import/Transhipment of Fresh Fruits and VegetablesInfo icon

    LICENSE FOR IMPORT/TRANSSHIPMENT OF FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES is required if Traders involved in the import/transshipment of fresh fruits and vegetables.

    Licence Pre-requisites :
    1.Top Up CPF Medisave.
    2.Activate UEN with Singapore Customs.
    3.Submit original GIRO form.

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    Licence to Import PoultryInfo icon

    The Licence to Import Poultry is issued to importers by Singapore Food Agency to import Broiler Chickens and Broiler Ducks

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    Licence to Import Sheep & GoatsInfo icon

    The Licence to Import Sheep and Goats is issued to importers by Singapore Food Agency to import Sheep and Goats.

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    Licence to Import Table EggsInfo icon

    The Licence to Import Table Eggs is issued to importers by Singapore Food Agency to import Table Eggs.

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    Licence to Manufacture and Process of Animal FeedInfo icon

    The Licence to Manufacture and Process of Animal Feed may be issued by either Animal & Veterinary Service, a cluster of National Parks Board or Singapore Food Agency. This licence is issued for the manufacture and processing of animal feed in Singapore including pet treats like dog biscuits, pastries or confectionary items for sale at retail outlets.

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    Licence to Operate Slaughter-houseInfo icon

    In Singapore, all slaughter-houses must be licensed by the Singapore Food Agency before they are permitted to carry out any food processing or storage for wholesale distribution.

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    Licence to Operate a ColdstoreInfo icon

    In Singapore, all cold stores for meat & seafood products must be licensed by the Singapore Food Agency before they are permitted to carry out any storage for wholesale distribution.

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    Licence to Operate a Food Processing EstablishmentInfo icon

    In Singapore, all food processing establishments must be licensed by Singapore Food Agency before they are permitted to carry out any food processing for wholesale distribution.

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    Permit for Temporary FairInfo icon

    A temporary set up with makeshift stalls to sell food and or goods.

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    Registration of Food Storage WarehousesInfo icon

    In Singapore, all food storage warehouse must be licensed by the Singapore Food Agency before they are permitted to carry out any storage for wholesale distribution.

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    Registration to Import Animal FeedInfo icon

    The Registration to Import Animal Feed may be issued by either Animal & Veterinary Service, a cluster of National Parks Board or Singapore Food Agency. This registration is issued to importers to import animal feed.

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    Registration to Import Processed Food Products and Food AppliancesInfo icon

    REGISTRATION TO IMPORT PROCESSED FOOD PRODUCTS AND FOOD APPLIANCES is required if Traders involve in the import of processed food (not containing meat and fish products, fresh fruits and vegetables) and food appliances.

    Licence Pre-requisites :
    1.Top Up CPF Medisave.
    2.Activate UEN with Singapore Customs.
    3.Submit original GIRO form.

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    Registration to import Live Frogs for Human Consumption or Ornamental Fish FeedingInfo icon

    The Registration to Import Live Frogs for Human Consumption or Ornamental Fish Feeding may be issued by either Animal & Veterinary Service, a cluster of National Parks Board or Singapore Food Agency. This registration is issued to importers to import live frogs.

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    Supermarket LicenceInfo icon

    For the operation of a supermarket with the sale / preparation of raw and cooked foods.

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    Temporary Fair Stall LicenceInfo icon

    Makeshift stall in a temporary fair

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    National Parks Board

    CITES PermitInfo icon

    The CITES Permit allows importers, exporters and re-exporters to get National Parks Board approval for CITES specimens intended for import, export and re-export. This permit is required for both commercial consignments and personal effects.

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    Non-CITES CertificateInfo icon

    The Non-CITES Certificate allows commercial re-exporters to get National Parks Board approval for commercial re-export of non-CITES wildlife such as non-CITES ostrich skins and its manufactured products and non-CITES rep

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    Phytosanitary CertificationInfo icon

    Phytosanitary Certificates (PCs) are issued by the National Parks Board (NParks) of Singapore. They certify that plants and plant products exported from Singapore are free from injurious pests and diseases and meet the import requirements of the importing countries/regions.

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    Pre-signed CITES PermitInfo icon

    A pre-signed CITES permit is issued for tourist manufactured products made from CITES reptilian/non-reptilian species, like handbags, wallets/purses, belts, key holder/chains etc. A retailer of such products may apply for pre-signed CITES permits. These permits are pre-approved with no quantity of products listed. The retailer will have to indicate on the pre-signed CITES permit, the quantity for the items and complete the consignee details, when a walk-in customer makes a purchase. The customer may be required to produce the permit when clearing customs inspections at the country/region of destination.

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    Pre-signed non-CITES CertificateInfo icon

    The Pre-signed non-CITES Certificate allows exporters and re-exporters to get National Parks Board approval for exporting and re-exporting tourist manufactured products made from non-CITES wildlife such as non-CITES ostrich skins and its manufactured products etc.

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    Animal & Veterinary Service, a cluster of National Parks Board

    Certificate of Freedom From Disease Within SingaporeInfo icon

    A Certificate of Freedom from Disease within Singapore from Animal & Veterinary Service will be required if the country/region to which you intend to export animal/bird products requires certification that Singapore is free from specific animal disease(s) of concern, to facilitate the export.

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    Free Sale Certificate (Vaccine)Info icon

    The Free Sale Certificate for Vaccine allows exporters to get Animal & Veterinary Service endorsement for their vaccine intended for export.

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    Health Certificate for Export of Ornamental FishInfo icon

    The Licence to Import or Export Ornamental Fish is issued by Animal & Veterinary Service to traders who wishes to import, export or transship ornamental fish.

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    Licence for Animal ExhibitionInfo icon

    The Licence for Animal Exhibition is issued by Animal & Veterinary Service to use a premise for animal display, exhibition, performance or distribution.

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    Licence for Animal Research FacilityInfo icon

    Research facilities that intends to use animals for scientific purposes to apply for and obtain a licence from AVS before commencement of work on animals.

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    Licence for Pet ShopInfo icon

    The Licence for Pet Shop is issued by Animal & Veterinary Service to use a premise to keep or display pets for sale

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    Licence for Veterinary CentreInfo icon

    A veterinary centre licence from AVS is required to operate and maintain a premise as a veterinary clinic or hospital.

    It is the licensee's responsibility to: • adhere to the vet centre licensing conditions, • keep informed of and to observe all relevant statutory requirements, and • ensure that the veterinary surgeons under his employ are licensed by AVS and comply with the conditions of licensing or any directives that may be issued by the Director-General from time to time.

    Veterinary surgeons working in any veterinary centre should act in accordance with the Code of Ethics for Veterinarians.

    The veterinary centre is subject to inspection by the AVS.

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    Licence to Import or Export Ornamental FishInfo icon

    The Licence to Import or Export Ornamental Fish is issued by Animal & Veterinary Service to traders who wishes to import, export or transship ornamental fish.

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    Licence to Import/Export/Transship Animals, Birds, Eggs and BiologicsInfo icon

    The Licence to Import/Export/Transship Animals, Birds, Eggs and Biologics may be issued by either Animal & Veterinary Service, a cluster of National Parks Board or Singapore Food Agency. This licence is required if you intend to import/export/tranship animals, birds or their products into/out from Singapore. In the case of veterinary biologics, a licence is required for their import/transshipment. Export of veterinary biologics does not require a licence.

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    Licence to Possess Veterinary BiologicsInfo icon

    The Licence to Possess Veterinary Biologics is issued for possession and import of veterinary biologics intended for use in the diagnosis, treatment, or prevention of disease of animals and birds, or for purposes of research in animals or birds (veterinary vaccines and pathogens are on AVS's select list, you must first obtain a Licence to Possess Veterinary Biologics). In the case of AVS regulated biologics for other purposes, a written consent may apply.

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    Licence to Treat Animals and BirdsInfo icon

    A veterinary licence from AVS is required to practise veterinary medicine in Singapore.

    American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) or the Australasian Veterinary Boards Council (AVBC) accredited universities are generally acceptable for licensing in Singapore as well as RCVS-accredited veterinary schools in the UK. Veterinary degrees from the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand and veterinary degrees from US veterinary schools (AVMA-accredited) are generally recognisable. Membership to the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (MRCVS) obtained by virtue of EU Directive 2005/36/EC is not recognised.

    Veterinarians who graduated from non-recognised universities may still be eligible for licensing based on passes in the RCVS Statutory Examination for Membership; North American Veterinary Licensing Examination (NAVLE); Australian National Veterinary Examination (ANVE) or the New Zealand Veterinary Examination (NZNVE).

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    Veterinary CertificateInfo icon

    The Veterinary Certificate may be issued by either Animal & Veterinary Service, a cluster of National Parks Board or Singapore Food Agency. This certificate allows exporters to get endorsement for certification of health and/or testing of the animals for diseases required by the destination country/region.

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