How to apply for a DVFA

What is a DVFA Registration Form?

A DVFA Registration Form, also known as “Kontrolinformation” gives you the right to handle and transport food in accordance to danish law. This is therefore necessary to be able to deliver orders with Wolt. You can register for a DVFA Registration Form quickly online via the Danish Food Administration’s website. It’s really simple to apply and receive your DVFA Registration Form to transport food in a matter of minutes.

In practice, your license is a yellow paper that you need to bring with you physically or digitally when delivering. The Danish Food Administration keeps a registry of all food handlers and on very rare occasions, they might ask yo see your license.

When do you need to pay for a DVFA Registration Form?

The DVFA Registration Form does not cost anything upfront, but you will be charged a yearly fee, depending on if your  earnings exceed 50,000 DKK over a 365 day period. In this case, a fee of 175 euro must be paid in order to maintain the license and will be billed by the Danish Food administration. 

Please note: it is your own responsibility to VAT register your business with SKAT.DK  if you expect to earn more than 50,000 DKK over a 365 day period. 

Before applying for a DVFA Registration Form:

It’s important to keep the following in mind when applying for a DVFA Registration Form on the Veterinary and Food Administrations website: 

1. Be sure to apply for the DVFA Registration Form on behalf of yourself.

2. Please do not state your CPR number in the DVFA application form.

3. Please do not state Wolt’s company name or CVR number in your application form.

4. Make sure that you use either your full name or CVR number in your application.

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For more info, head to the Danish Food Administration below.

*Note that most of the information on the website unfortunately only is available in Danish.

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