Archived - CFIA cancels the Safe Food for Canadians licence #6F4BXMVL of Fairview Bakery under the Safe Food for Canadian Regulations
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January 20, 2020, Ottawa
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has cancelled the Safe Food for Canadians licence #6F4BXMVL of 1030014 Alberta Ltd. (doing business as Fairview Bakery), located in Calgary, Alberta, effective January 8, 2020.
Prior to the cancellation, the licence of Fairview Bakery was suspended on September 4, 2019. During a licence suspension, licence holders may not conduct any activity that is identified in their licence.
The licence was suspended in accordance with section 35 of the Safe Food for Canadians Regulations (SFCR), because of failure to comply with various sections of the Safe Food for Canadians Regulations. It was determined as part of a food safety investigation that the licence holder had failed to have appropriate equipment and requisite establishment conditions in place, and failed to implement a preventive control plan in accordance with Part 4 of the SFCR.
There is no food recall associated with this cancellation.
Fairview Bakery was notified on December 20, 2019 of the grounds being considered for licence cancellation and provided an opportunity to be heard. After meeting with the licence holder regarding the cancellation, based on a review of the facts and submissions made, the agency determined that the licence holder failed to comply with Section 39(a) of the SFCR and cancelled their licence.
See complete list of CFIA's SFC licence suspensions and cancellations.
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