Start Date: February 17, 2011, 08:00
End Date: February 17, 2011, 14:00
Event Contact: Linda Bott
For More Information: http://www.iecanada.com/events/2011/6th_AFF/6th_AFF_home.html
Today, food safety is the number one priority for Canadian and U.S. food regulators. I.E.Canada’s much anticipated 6th Annual Food Forum brings together Canadian and U.S. government decision makers to announce new food safety compliance requirements that will impact the Canadian food sector and its customs processes.
Don’t miss out on this rare opportunity to hear from senior representatives from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA), Health Canada and the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) regarding the following featured topics:
• New U.S. Food Safety Compliance Requirements for manufacturers and Canadian food exporters;
• How CFIA will implement the New Food Importer Licensing Requirements and how this will impact your company;
• CFIA changes to the Processed Products Regulations and the agri-food regulatory framework; and
• New Health Canada Food Safety and Labelling Compliance Requirements.
I.E.Canada is delighted to announce that George Da Pont, Executive Vice President, Canadian Food Inspection Agency is confirmed as the keynote luncheon speaker. He will share his thoughts about CFIA’s new strategies for improving imported food safety.
A featured mini-symposium will focus on CFIA food safety initiatives and CBSA initiatives that are impacting each other. Examples include importer licensing CFIA electronic information reporting requirements for imported foods (EDI), e-manifest, the CBSA single window information reporting system and the CBSA Customs Self Assessment (CSA) Program.