Traceability for food
The Safe Food for Canadians Regulations (SFCR) require that certain food businesses track the movement of their food in the supply chain – forward to the immediate customer and back to the immediate supplier. These requirements apply to a broad scope of food businesses.
- Traceability interactive tool
Use the interactive tool to determine what your traceability requirements are and when you have to have them in place.
- Fact sheet: Traceability
- Video: Traceability requirements under the Safe Food for Canadians Regulations
- Questions and answers: Traceability
Know the requirements
Regulatory requirements: Traceability
An explanation of the requirements found in Part 5 – Traceability of the SFCR. Get a better understanding of the requirements to help you determine if you meet them.
How to select a lot code New
Steps to select an appropriate lot code that meets the traceability-specific labelling requirements of the SFCR.
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