An Expert Knowledge Elicitation (EKE) was carried out regarding the possible contamination with African swine fever virus (ASFV) of products used as pig feed, their traded/imported volumes and their use on pig farms. In addition, the EKE also concerned empty vehicles returning to ASF-unaffected areas of the EU after delivering pigs to ASF-affected areas. The EKE was carried out by three independent groups of six to eight experts each. It was carried out in three steps: assessing the likelihood of contamination of a product at origin; assessing the likelihood of the contaminated product having enough viable virus to infect a pig (the infectious dose); and assessing the volume of trade or imports of each product from an affected area in either the EU or Eurasia which would be delivered to either a small-scale or large-scale pig farm. This report presents the results of the three elicitations. The results of the EKE have been used by the AHAW Panel in a pathway model to determine the likelihood of each product to introduce ASFV into non-affected areas of the EU based on relative risk ranking.