Safe Food Production Systems
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Food Recall and Emergency Response
- CFIA notification and recall contact list
- Foodborne Illness Outbreak Response Protocol (FIORP)
- Recall Plans
Food Safety Enhancement Program
The Food Safety Enhancement Program (FSEP) is the Canadian Food Inspection Agency's (CFIA) approach to encourage and support the development, implementation and maintenance of Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) systems in all federally registered establishments.
Foreign Food Safety Recognition
- Foreign Food Safety Systems Recognition Framework
- Food Safety Systems Recognition Arrangement
HACCP Generic Models and Commodity-Specific Food Safety Guidance Documents
Inspection Verification Office Annual Report
Quality Management Program
The Quality Management Program (QMP) is a regulatory-based system that requires all federally registered fish processing plants in Canada to develop and implement an in-plant quality control program.
- Canadian fish processors that are in compliance with QMP requirements
- QMP requirements and documentation
Private Certification Policy (Food Safety)
- General Principles of Food Hygiene, Composition and Labelling
- Guidance on Food Products Treated with High Pressure Processing (HPP)
- Guide to Food Safety
- Reference Listing of Accepted Construction Materials, Packaging Materials and Non-Food Chemical Products
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