A Step by Step Guide
Step 1: Know your food- what are the risks? Understand the supply chain of your food
Step 2: Familiarize yourself with Canadian requirements for food imports
Step 3: Choose an appropriate foreign supplier
Step 4: Preventive control plan- create the plan and implement it
Step 5: Develop a recall and complaints procedure
Step 6: Apply for your licence to import from the CFIA when you are ready to import
Step 7: Provide the CFIA with information about each of your shipments after importing
Step 8: Keep traceability records
Step 9: Maintain a preventive control plan
Step 10: Implement a recall and complaints procedure
Attention Non-resident Food Importers!
Are you currently importing food into Canada?
Do you already have customers in Canada and in need of warehousing and distribution?
We may be able to help you with providing temperature controlled warehouse storage and distribution in Canada.
Please fill the contact us form on our website or call 519-962-8568.