48. [Repealed, SOR/80-184, s. 22]
49. [Repealed, SOR/97-304, s. 8]
50. Honey that does not meet the requirements of these Regulations
(a) shall be refused entry into Canada; or
(b) where entry is permitted, that honey shall be placed under detention until it meets the requirements of these Regulations.
51. [Repealed, SOR/97-304, s. 9]
52. (1) Where imported honey is blended with Canadian honey and repacked in Canada, the blended product shall be packed, classified, graded and marked in accordance with these Regulations.
(2) Where imported honey is repacked in Canada, unblended with Canadian honey, it shall be packed, classified, graded and marked in accordance with these Regulations.
53. (1) Subject to subsection (2) and section 54, no person shall market in export trade any honey for which grades or standards are prescribed by these Regulations unless
(a) the honey was prepared in a registered establishment in accordance with these Regulations; and
(b) the honey meets the requirements of the appropriate grade or standard prescribed by these Regulations.
(2) Subsection (1) does not apply in respect of a shipment of honey that
(a) weighs 20 kg or less;
(b) is part of an emigrant’s effects; or
(c) is carried on any vessel, train, motor vehicle, aircraft or other means of transportation for use as food for the crew or passengers thereof.
- SOR/97-304, s. 10.
54. Honey that does not meet the requirements of these Regulations in respect of grade, standard, packing or labelling may be exported if
(a) the registration number of the establishment in which the honey was packed is marked on the label of the container;
(b) the lot number or the code of the shipment is marked on the label or embossed on the container;
(c) the markings on the label or the container do not misrepresent the quality, quantity, colour class, composition, characteristics, origin, safety or value of the honey;
(d) the shipper provides to an inspector a signed statement certifying that the container and labelling meet the requirements of the importing country; and
(e) the statement referred to in paragraph (d) is included in the export documentation.
- SOR/97-304, s. 10.
54.1 (1) A person who wishes to obtain an export certificate for honey that certifies that the honey meets the export requirements of these Regulations shall
(a) submit an application, in a form provided by the Agency, duly completed in duplicate, to an inspector or at the nearest inspection office, containing the following information:
(i) the date and place of the application,
(ii) the registration number of the establishment in which the honey was prepared,
(iii) the name and address of the exporter,
(iv) the name and address of the consignee,
(v) the name of the carrier,
(vi) the date the shipment is to go forward,
(vii) a description of the honey and any identification marks, including the grade and the brand name,
(viii) the number of shipping containers and the number, size and kind of containers per shipping container,
(ix) a statement that the honey mentioned in the application is sound, wholesome and edible and that it meets the requirements of the Act and these Regulations, and
(x) the signature of the applicant; and
(b) have the honey inspected in accordance with the conditions set out in section 38.
(2) No person shall use an export certificate for the purpose of marketing honey except
(a) to export honey from the place where the certificate is issued to the destination shown on the certificate; and
(b) for a period not exceeding 60 days after the date on which the certificate is issued.
(3) The exporter shall retain a copy of the export certificate for a period of two years after the date on which it is issued.
- SOR/97-304, s. 10;
- SOR/2000-184, s. 12.
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