Food, drink and agriculture
How to trade plants and plant products, including trees, inside and outside the EU
Check if you need a certificate to export food, drink and agricultural products.
Find out what a composite food product is, and the rules you need to follow to export or move these products.
Guidance on exporting or moving high-risk food and feed of non-animal origin (HRFNAO) from Great Britain to the EU or Northern Ireland.
Overview of the rules for importing and exporting organic food.
How to get an export health certificate to export animals and animal products from Northern Ireland
How to apply to be reimbursed for the cost of getting a support attestation to move agri-food goods from Great Britain to Northern Ireland
Importing or moving live animals, germinal products, animal by-products and high risk food and feed not of animal origin
What documents and checks do you need to notify the authorities for live animals, animal products and high risk food or feed not of animal origin
Check if you need a certificate to export animal feed or pet food, and other rules you must follow
Rules you need to follow to export cattle, pigs, sheep, goats and poultry.
What you need to do to export or move animal bones, protein and other by-products
Designated land, sea and air ports for trading or moving CITES-listed endangered animals, plants, or their parts and derivatives
What you need to do to export or move live animals, products of animal origin and animal by-products to the EU or Northern Ireland from 1 January 2021
Get advice and help to meet new requirements if you are a trader, and understand how you can claim money back if you provide an inspection and certification service.
If you use or supply wood packaging material (WPM) to move goods to or from the EU or the rest of the world, you must make sure it meets international standards
Find out when you might need a Support Health Attestation (SHA) and how to apply for it
How to export or move fish for human consumption from the UK (excluding Northern Ireland to the EU)
How to import or move fish for human consumption to the UK.
Rules for wine importers, exporters, producers, retailers and distributors
Check if your import, export or re-export needs a permit under the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES)
Rules for importing or moving horses and other equines, including ponies and donkeys
Export groups of products of animal origin: use 30-day support attestations to prove health and traceability
Exporters of groups of products of animal origin (POAO) to the EU and Northern Ireland can join the groupage export facilitation scheme (GEFS) to use 30-day support attestations
Guidance for traders importing prohibited and restricted chilled meat products to Northern Ireland from Great Britain
The procedures to follow for transit of live animals moving from EU to Northern Ireland through GB only
Requirements for moving live animals from EU routed through GB to NI, or live animals from NI routed through GB to EU
Moving fishery products or bivalve molluscs from Great Britain and non EU countries into Northern Ireland
How to move fishery products or bivalve molluscs from Great Britain or non EU countries into Northern Ireland
Find out what a composite product is, and what you need to do to import or move composite products
Current rules for exporting horses and other equines, including ponies and donkeys, to the EU and Northern Ireland
Use IPAFFS to notify enforcement authorities about imports of live animals, animal products and high risk food and feed not of animal origin into Great Britain.
Prepare for the rules that will apply to buying and selling timber and timber products
Find out what you need to do to import or move food and drink from the EU and Northern Ireland to Great Britain.
Import animal by-products and high-risk food and feed not of animal origin from the EU to Great Britain
How to import or move animal by-products and high-risk food and feed not of animal origin from the EU and Northern Ireland to Great Britain.