All of Maple Leaf’s protein, ingredient and packaging suppliers to become food safety certified to a GFSI standard in 2017
A study from Frost & Sullivan finds that all throughout the supply chain companies are looking to adopt new food safety technologies; publicized cases of foodborne illnesses are creating more awareness among consumers
Safe Food Canada – The Learning Partnership has received almost $1 million to help the not-for-profit enhance food safety nationwide
Regulatory approaches for micro and small enterprises
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Health Canada and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration are working on a joint food safety system to ensure comparable outcomes and reduce duplication
The Livestock Research and Innovation Centre (LRIC) — Dairy Facility at Elora will study everything from genetics, nutrition and quality improvement to animal welfare, food safety, and animal and human health
What programs does Canada have in place to deal with radionuclides?
The WHO releases preliminary findings from a study that show the global burden of foodborne diseases. World Health Day – April 7 – is dedicated to food safety
The province of B.C. has updated its fish and seafood legislation with the new Fish and Seafood Act. The new Act focuses on sustainability and food safety
Climate change will have an impact on crop production, food security and food safety, says a new study, but it’s not all doom and gloom
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