Sector : Meat

Destination Market: Vietnam

Information : Vietnam

COUNTRY NAME: Vietnam

 


TRADE:

In 2018 Ireland exported approximately 211 tonnes of Pigmeat valued at €0.313 m

In 2017 Ireland exported approximately 309 tonnes of Pigmeat valued at €0.413 m

In 2016 Ireland exported approximately 889 tonnes of Pigmeat valued at €1.290 m

PRODUCTS EXPORTED: Frozen Pigmeat and frozen pig offal

CERTIFICATION ARRANGEMENTS: The certificate is for pork and pork products

EXPORTER T&C’S:

 

  • Exports can take place from slaughter cutting plants and cold stores that have been recommended by DAFM and approved by the Vietnamese authorities.  The list of approved slaughter cutting plants and the products they are registered to export to Vietnam is available at: http://www.nafiqad.gov.vn/foreign-agrofood-establisments-approved-for-export-products-to-viet-nam_t221c416n199
  • Origin – Meat must be derived from pigs born, reared and slaughtered in Ireland. .  Other specific conditions relating to farm disease freedom also apply.
  • Trader Notice Number MH 30/2014 refers:

 

INFORMATION: Contact meatmarketaccess@agriculture.gov.ie

TRADE:

In 2018 Ireland exported approximately 97 tonnes of Poultrymeat meat valued at €0.048 m

In 2017 Ireland exported approximately 176 tonnes of Poultrymeat meat valued at €0.127 m

In 2016 Ireland exported approximately 327 tonnes of Poultrymeat meat valued at €0.145 m

PRODUCTS EXPORTED: Mainly frozen poultry cuts and offal other than liver) and fresh or chilled.

CERTIFICATION ARRANGEMENTS: We do not have a bilaterally agreed certificate for the export of Poultrymeat to Vietnam.  That said, Vietnam seems to be one of the countries that accept exports of Poultrymeat from Ireland on the basis of the open poultrymeat health certificate.

The export health certificate covers edible Poultrymeat products

EXPORTER T&C’S: The meat must satisfy the conditions set out in the open poultrymeat health certificate and must be exported from a DAFM approved premises. 

INFORMATION: Contact meatmarketaccess@agriculture.gov.ie

TRADE:

In 2018 Ireland exported approximately 102 tonnes of Sheepmeat valued at €0.247 m.

In 2017 Ireland exported approximately 293 tonnes of Sheepmeat valued at €0.798 m.

In 2016 Ireland exported approximately 422 tonnes of Sheepmeat valued at €1.005 m.

PRODUCTS EXPORTED: Edible meat of Ovine animals

CERTIFICATION ARRANGEMENTS: We do not have a bilaterally agreed certificate for the export of Sheepmeat to Vietnam. That said, Vietnam seems to be one of the countries that accept exports of Sheepmeat from Ireland on the basis of the general export health certificate.

The export health certificate covers edible Sheepmeat products

EXPORTER T&C’S: The meat must satisfy the conditions set out in the general export health certificate and must be exported from a DAFM approved premises

INFORMATION: Contact meatmarketaccess@agriculture.gov.ie

TRADE:

In 2018 Ireland exported approximately 1,686 tonnes of beef valued at €4.876 m

In 2017 Ireland exported approximately 1,194 tonnes of beef valued at €3.504 m.

In 2016 Ireland exported approximately 1,741 tonnes of beef valued at €4.042 m.

PRODUCTS EXPORTED: Frozen boneless beef and frozen bovine offal

CERTIFICATION ARRANGEMENTS: We do not have a bilaterally agreed certificate for the export of beef to Vietnam. That said, Vietnam seems to be one of the countries that accept exports of beef from Ireland on the basis of the general export health certificate.

The export health certificate covers edible beef products

EXPORTER T&C’S: The meat must satisfy the conditions set out in the general export health certificate and must be exported from a DAFM approved premises

INFORMATION: Contact meatmarketaccess@agriculture.gov.ie

TRADE: In 2018 Ireland exported approximately 1,686 tonnes of beef valued at €4.876 m