CFIA


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CFIA

(systems engineering)
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Quoting from longstanding official Canadian policy, CFIA noted that "the government of Canada does not recognize Israel's sovereignty over the territories occupied in 1967."
"CFIA is investigating this technical issue and has informed appropriate law enforcement agencies.
Although the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) does not allow for the use of any antibiotics in shrimp farming, the overuse of antibiotics in Asian shrimp aquaculture has some researchers concerned about the potential for antibiotic-resistant bacteria landing in Canada through imported seafood.
The CFIA originally released (http://ht.ly/wblA30ifzGT) an advisory  Feb.
Kabil said that that the CFIA has adopted the system established by the Egyptian side to control the production and packaging of exported grapes.
"CFIA has heard that the statement 'Cellared in Canada' is not informative and potentially misleading to consumers," the federal agency explained in preface to the online survey that ran June 1-30.
The CFIA works in close collaboration with industry, consumers, and other government departments to protect Canadians from preventable health risks associated with food and zoonotic diseases.
([paragraph]) CFIA. Food recall warning--certain Dole brand pre-packaged chopped salads, salad blends and kits and leafy greens and certain PC Organics brand leafy greens recalled due to Listeria monocytogenes.
In conjunction, the Animal Feed Division of the Animal Health Directorate of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has assessed that feed ingredients derived from AAS do not present livestock feed safety or nutrition concerns against feeds derived from other permitted salmon to be used as livestock feed in Canada.
On Thursday, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency ( CFIA) said in an advisory, " The CFIA's food safety investigation did not find any health risk associated with the consumption of Maggi noodles sold in Canada."Maggi noodles are imported into Canada from India.
Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) reportable diseases are among the most serious of all diseases to affect animals, and tend to be highly transmissible and spread quickly, and so producers are required to report them to the CFIA.