The Oakhill product export team provide support and veterinary export health certification for products of animal origin including meat, dairy and animal by-products.
ExperiencedCertifying food products for export worldwide for over 25 years.
SupportiveWe’ll guide you through the whole process and answer any questions.
FlexibleIf you tell us your requirements, we’ll do our best to work to them.
Avian Influenza General Guidance
An Avian Influenza Prevention Zone (AIPZ) has been declared across Great Britain to mitigate the risk of the disease spreading amongst poultry and captive birds. By law you must follow strict biosecurity rules to prevent bird flu and stop it spreading.
If you’re in a bird flu disease zone you must follow the rules for that zone. You can check if you’re in that zone on the APHA interactive map.
Our Avian Influenza General Guidance infographic shows you what to do depending on which zone you are in.View infographic
Export Health Certificates
An export health certificate (EHC) is an official document that confirms your export meets the health requirements of the destination country. They certify matters such as species and country of origin, disease free status, safe for consumption, processing information and freedom from contamination. Some products may require more than one certificate if they include several ingredients.
You must apply for an EHC if you’re exporting or moving live animals or animal products from Great Britain (England, Scotland and Wales) to, or through:
- the EU
- non-EU countries
- Northern Ireland
How we can help
Oakhill Export Vets team has been certifying food products for export worldwide for over 25 years. Our wide-ranging expertise covers the export of dairy products, red and white meat, offal, hides, skins, wool, laboratory samples, egg, shellfish, crustaceans and much more.
Our knowledgeable team can provide advice, guide you through the process, and sign and issue the documentation you need to export your products from the UK.