The CFIA has been evolving the way it manages risk during COVID-19 and helping inspectors determine where they should be spending more or less time.
Food fraud may occur when food is misrepresented—and it happens globally. Here's how the CFIA and the public can work together to combat it.
There's one big difference between Lacy and some other dogs: she has a job to do! Watch her in action helping to protect you, the economy and the environment.
Download our science activities to learn more about the fascinating world (and kitchen) around you.
Cilantro: love it or loathe it? A team of CFIA experts collaborated with Mexican authorities to establish new import requirements for this leafy (albeit polarizing) green.
Whole Genome Sequencing is an example of a new technology that can provide exquisitely detailed analyses of microbes on the basis of their entire genetic blueprint.
Every day, thousands of Canadians leave the safety of their homes to deliver frontline services we all need to carry on our way of life.
In this podcast, two inspiring experts talk about their backgrounds and passion for science–and their advice to women and girls considering careers in STEM.
CFIA expert Fred Jamieson answers a question about retailers' role in telling consumers about food recalls.
January 15, 2020 marks the second year of the Safe Food for Canadians Regulations with new requirements for various food sectors.
Digital tools will allow the CFIA and its partners to better anticipate, detect and respond to food safety emergencies by harnessing the power of shared data.
A visit to a lab helped a group of students with their project to develop a toxin detector that could help safeguard Canadian shellfish.
Canada's beer and vodka compositional standards have been revised, allowing for industry to be more innovative and create new products that meet the needs of consumers.
If you import food into Canada, you need to be aware of new food safety requirements, including licensing.
Émilie’s work is focused on finding and identifying food viruses that affect our food. Her passion for science drives her to find solutions to keep our food safe.
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