About the SFCR Guide
The Safe Food Canadians (SFC) Act went into effect for most commodities in January of 2019. Yet, many food companies both within Canada and outside its borders are still left wondering whether they’re fully prepared for this new regulatory landscape, and if not, what they must do to comply. While the major pillars of the SFC Regulations (SFCR) largely parallel the U.S.’s own Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), there are also some critical differences to consider.
This guide is useful for any company in determining if they are still in compliance with SFCR, including the changes they can make quickly to prepare for successful inspections, and elements to more easily prepare for future developments.
- Background and drivers for SFCR
- Highlights of the act
- Licensing, Preventive controls, Traceability
- Tips to prepare for the transition