https://youtu.be/XRZ87ifRki0 Introduction: The Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) is an international organization that sets standards for food safety and quality assurance. It was founded by... Read more
What are the Safe Foods for Canadians Licence Regulations (SFCR)?
The Safe Food for Canadians Regulations (SFCR) are federal regulations that require food businesses to comply with food safety requirements. These include the following: Safe Foods for Canadians Regulation was introduced on January 15th, 2019 to modernize how food businesses approach and regulate food safety. SFCR monitors imported, exported, or interprovincially traded food products. Also, it lets Canadians have a strong, world-class regulatory foundation for managing risks through three pillars: licensing, traceability, and preventive controls.
The goal of the Safe Food for Canadians Licence Regulations is to ensure consistency and uniformity of rules across all types of foods, diminish management burden, and enable food businesses to be inventive through outcome-based provisions. As an outcome of SFCR License regulations, food businesses are able to use innovative technology, prevent foodborne illness, and withdraw unsafe food from the market in case of any incidents.