Chinese jujubes from China

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We have finalised the risk analysis for fresh Chinese jujube fruit from China.

It is recommended that that the importation of fresh Chinese jujube fruit from China be permitted provided they meet the biosecurity import conditions. All imports must come from commercial production areas of China.

Eight pests, including seven quarantine pests and one regulated article, associated with fresh Chinese jujube fruit are present in China. Risk management measures are required to reduce the risk of these pests to an acceptable level. A range of measures are recommended to reduce the risk of these pests arriving in Australia via the breadfruit fruit pathway.

We released the draft report on 18 March 2019 for a 60 calendar day public consultation period, which ended on 17 May 2019.

All submissions were considered in finalising the risk analysis.

You can read the final risk analysis report as well as our responses to stakeholder comments on the draft report.

We have finalised the risk analysis for fresh Chinese jujube fruit from China.

It is recommended that that the importation of fresh Chinese jujube fruit from China be permitted provided they meet the biosecurity import conditions. All imports must come from commercial production areas of China.

Eight pests, including seven quarantine pests and one regulated article, associated with fresh Chinese jujube fruit are present in China. Risk management measures are required to reduce the risk of these pests to an acceptable level. A range of measures are recommended to reduce the risk of these pests arriving in Australia via the breadfruit fruit pathway.

We released the draft report on 18 March 2019 for a 60 calendar day public consultation period, which ended on 17 May 2019.

All submissions were considered in finalising the risk analysis.

You can read the final risk analysis report as well as our responses to stakeholder comments on the draft report.