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Meat and bone meal is a type of animal feed that is made from processed animal bones and meat scraps. It is commonly used as a protein supplement for livestock and pets. Its shipment is regulated by various national and international organizations due to concerns over the spread of animal diseases. In some cases, restrictions have been placed on the import and export of meat and bone meal to ensure food safety and animal health.

The procedure for shipping may vary depending on the regulations of the country of origin and destination. However, in general, the following steps may be involved:

  1. Documentation: Prepare the necessary documents, such as the bill of lading, commercial invoice, and certificate of origin, to accompany the shipment.
  2. Packaging: It must be packaged properly to ensure that it is protected during transport and to prevent contamination.
  3. Labeling: The packages must be labeled with the appropriate information, including the name of the product, the name of the manufacturer, and the country of origin.
  4. Testing: The meat and bone meal may be tested by government agencies or private labs to ensure that it meets the necessary quality and safety standards.
  5. Shipping: The packaged meat and bone meal is transported by sea, air, or land to the destination country.
  6. Customs clearance: The shipment must clear customs and pass any necessary inspections in the destination country.
  7. Delivery: The shipment is delivered to the consignee or to a designated location for further distribution.

It is important to note that there may be additional requirements or restrictions that apply to the shipment, depending on the regulations of the country of origin and destination.

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