Dairy Import Activities
Appendix 18 Import for Re-Export Program (IREP) Worksheet

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Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) - IREP Work Sheet

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Please check only one box for each item.

(l) The participant has its IREP letters from DFAIT along with records clearly stating that the milk/cream came from a USFDA recognized Bulk Tank Unit (BTU).

  • Box Complete
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(II) The participant demonstrated that the raw milk/cream met the requirements as set down in Section 11.1(18)(b) of the Dairy Product Regulations (DPR). For each load received the establishment has checked and recorded: i) temperature ii) Aerobic Colony Count (ACC) .

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(lll) The participant demonstrated that every bulk milk/cream tanker load brought in to Canada from the US was accompanied by a document signed by an official of the Food and Drug Administration of the United States (USFDA) certifying that the milk/cream is from a USFDA recognized Bulk Tank Unit (BTU) and be listed in good standing on the National Conference on Interstate Milk Shippers (NCIMS) and meet Canadian Animal Health import requirements

  • Box Complete
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(lV) The participant was able to demonstrate that the finished product was labelled Product of Canada as set out in the DPR.

  • Box Complete
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(V) The establishment has submitted a plan to CFIA outlining how the milk/cream will be kept segregated. The plan has been implemented as written.

  • Box Complete
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(Vl) The establishment has records demonstrating that the product produced with IREP milk/cream was re-exported.

  • Box Complete
  • Box Incomplete
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