Congratulations to a number of our members who have recently completed their FIAAA certification. View the updated list of the members by visiting the Code of Practice and Our Members sections of the website.
Concerned about feed safety- use only FIAAA Certified members products
"Users of minerals or premixes from FIAAA Certified Members can be
re-assured that products are not contaminated" says Jonothon Doubleday
President of FIAAA. "FIAAA Code of Practice requires that Certificates of
Analysis be provided and these will contain any relevant information
about any trace levels of contaminants" he continues.
FIAAA was formed in 2010 and has as one of its key
undertakings-Toadvocateand promote the safe use of feed ingredients and
indeed its logo underwrites this undertaking "Safe feed for animals"
A further undertaking is to establish, manage and promote a Code of
Practice for use by Feed Ingredients & Additives Suppliers. The FIAAA
Code of Practice was first published in early 2012 and has recently been
updated. Members certified by the Code are required to ensure they supply
a Certificate of Analysis and must have verified that the products meets
regulatory requirements for any possible contaminants.
The following are the specific requirements-
· All products shall
be tested or verified with either a certificate of analysis or
certificate of conformance
· Products shall be
free of contaminants compliant with requirements of Australian
regulations (APVMA and EU Guidelines are used as requirements)
Users of minerals should note that not all suppliers of minerals used in
stockfeed in Australia are members of FIAAA. Ensure you ask and seek a
copy of the relevant Certificate of Analysis!