HACCPCanada

Certifying The Retail HACCP Process
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 NON-REGISTERED MANUFACTURERS

HACCPCanada Certification of Non-Registered Manufacturers requires Prerequisite Programs, Good Manufacturing/Handling Practices (GMHPs), HACCP-based Food Safety Plan, consisting of traceability and recall programs, shipping and receiving procedures, chemical and allergen control programs, sanitation and pest control programs and others as required by industry standards.

FEATURED INDUSTRIES

WINERIES

PACKAGING

BAKERIES

PET FOODS & TREATS

COFFEE ROASTERS

WATER BOTTLING

NOTE: The Canadian Food Act requires food processors and manufacturers (most notably, Fish & Seafood, Meats, Poultry, Dairy and Eggs) be registered (meaning registering their HACCP Plans) with the CFIA (Canadian Food Inspection Agency).  All other food items are categorized as Non-Registered Manufacturers, (of which the federal government considers to be a low risk to the general public). Registration of the HACCP Plans for these processors/manufacturers is voluntary. IMPORTANT DISTINCTION: Registration vs. Certification. Registration of the HACCP Plan means that a HACCP-based Plan exits only. Certification means that the Plan not only exists, but is documented and frequently monitored to verify the Plan’s consistency and effectiveness.


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Corporate Head Office:

West Kelowna, B.C. V4T 2E9

certification@haccpcanada.net

National Office: 250-320-9377

Now more than ever before, food safety is of paramount importance. 

Whether one handles food as a manufacturer, processor, shipper, packager, food retailer or consumer, we each have a moral commitment to ensure the safety of our food. Such food safety responsibility stems from ethical, social, industry or personal standpoints. Food Safety compliance is not a competition-it is a collective necessity to drive responsibility and accountability to achieve the highest level of food safety.