New Canadian Food Safety Law

The Trade Facilitation Office of Canada is presenting an online seminar on the new Canadian legislation for food safety on July 18 at 8:30 am.

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

A statement from the Trade Office of Costa Rica reads:

Webinar on the new Canadian food safety law July 18
The Trade Facilitation Office of Canada (TFO), on July 18 at 8:30 am, will present an online seminar or webinar on the new Canadian legislation for food safety, entitled "Canadian Food Legislation".

The seminar will address the implications of this new law for Canadian importers and especially for those exporting food products to Canada.

The speaker will be Colleen Barnes, executive director of the Food Inspection Agency of Canada (AIAC)

In order to participate, write to the following email:

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