Dairy Ingredient Verification
1.5 Non satisfactory Inspections
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- If a potential health and safety concern such as undeclared allergens (sulphites, nuts and their by-products etc.) is found, the inspector must detain all affected product. The Program Officer should be contacted immediately to determine if a product recall will be necessary. (See recall procedures)
- In a non-health and safety situation, the non-compliant ingredient(s) should be noted on the CFIA/ACIA 950 with a request for written corrective action by the establishment. Details such as existing stock and the time required to exhaust the non-compliant stock should be noted. A copy of the corrected label should be forwarded to the inspector. When possible, if an ingredient is added but not declared, the establishment should discontinue the use of the ingredient immediately.
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