New federal rules for food businesses as of July 15, 2020
You may need to get a licence and meet preventive control and traceability requirements under the Safe Food for Canadians Regulations (SFCR).
Is your business ready?
Toolkit for food businesses
Learn about licensing, preventive control and traceability requirements and what you need to do to comply with them.
Manufactured foods: Timeline
Find out when these requirements apply to you, based on the food, activity and size of your food business.
Examples of manufactured foods could include:
- confectionary and snack foods (for example, chips, cookies, chocolates, candy)
- non-alcoholic beverages (for example, coffee, tea, or carbonated beverages)
- grain-based foods (for example, cereals, crackers, dried pasta, breads, baked goods)
- condiments, seasoning and other (for example, dried herbs, spices, nuts, plant-based fats and oils)
- ready to serve liquid formulas, concentrated liquid formulas or powdered formulas for infants
See other examples.
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