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Meat of poultry

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This document provides Product Category Rules (PCR) for the assessment of the environmental performance of UN CPC 2112 (Meat of poultry, fresh or chilled) and UN CPC 2114 (Meat of poultry, frozen) and the declaration of this performance by an EPD.

All kind of poultry meat (fresh, chilled or frozen) are included in this product group, as defined by UN CPC 2112 and 2114, but not limited to:

  • Chicken
  • Duck
  • Emu
  • Goose
  • Ostrich
  • Turkey
  • Guinea fowl
  • Pheasant

 

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EPDs shall be based on the latest version of the PCR, and refer to the version number and date of the PCR used. The production of new PCR versions does not affect the certification period of EPDs that are already published.

Detailed information

Name: Meat of poultry
CPC Code(s):2112 Meat of poultry, fresh or chilled
2114 Meat of poultry, frozen
Approval date: 2010-07-07
Registration No: 2010:13
Valid until: 2019-10-20
GPI version: General Programme Instructions 2 (2013-)
Based on: Basic Module: Meat, fish, fruit, vegetables, oils and fats
Related PCR(s): Meat of mammals (expired 2017-09-11; being updated)
Hen eggs in shell, fresh
Preserves and preparations of meat
Contributor(s): Arpa Emilia Romagna, IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute, Lantmännen
Valid location(s): Global
Prepared by: Life Cycle Engineering
PCR moderator(s): Sonia Pignatelli  Life Cycle Engineering

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