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Archived - 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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(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).

(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) .

(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

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

(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.

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

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