Since some of the Safe Food for Canadians Regulations requirements were new to fresh fruits or vegetables, businesses in the sector have had extra time to comply.
Edible insects are on grocery store shelves. Are you ready to give them a try? Here are some ways the CFIA protects consumers so you can dig in with confidence.
Have you ever opened a chocolate treat that didn’t look quite right? Here are some chocolate-related natural occurrences you may not be aware of.
Tent…check. Sleeping bag…check. S'mores…check! Before you head out on your next adventure, check out these important tips to help protect yourself and the environment.
CFIA inspectors help to ensure the production of safe food. Meat hygiene supervisor Ryan Morris shares his experience working on the frontlines in Alberta.
Ever find something unexpected in your food, like bugs or plastic? In this podcast, a food safety specialist shares his strangest discoveries.
Here’s how the growing trend towards online grocery shopping is impacting Canadians living with food allergies, and how to protect yourself and your loved ones.
Calling all students: do you love science? Are you wondering what to do with a science degree? Here’s how two CFIA experts got their careers started.
Canadians love their honey. But if sugars are added and not declared on the label, that is a form of food fraud. The CFIA tests honey to make sure it’s authentic.
To counter border closures due to COVID-19, the CFIA is finding innovative solutions to facilitate uninterrupted trade and supporting industry’s access to foreign markets.
Grapevines produce the quality grapes wineries need. Here’s how CFIA is helping to keep them virus-free so you can enjoy local wine.
In 2020, the sharing of data allowed food safety authorities to rapidly trace a multinational outbreak to enoki mushrooms and to recall the affected products.
Experts from the Canadian Celiac Association and the CFIA answer a question about how they work to protect those who need to steer clear of gluten.
From the lab to the field, environmental DNA (eDNA) is a powerful technology that quickly detects the presence (or absence) of pathogens.
Listen to Scott Rattray clear up common misconceptions about inspection activities while discussing his role at the CFIA
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