Canada - CQA to include Animal Care Assessment

Completion of the Animal Care Assessment (ACA) requirements will become an integral component of the CQA program effective January 1, 2012. This means that as of the first of next year, producers will need to meet the requirements of the ACA to maintain their CQA status.
Friday 18 March 2011 (7 years 3 months 4 days ago)
Completion of the Animal Care Assessment (ACA) requirements will become an integral component of the CQA program effective January 1, 2012. This means that as of the first of next year, producers will need to meet the requirements of the ACA to maintain their CQA status.

“Canadian consumers want to know that pork farmers are responsible stewards of the animals in our care,” says Jurgen Preugschas, Chair of the Canadian Pork Council. “Having the ACA tool an integral part of the CQA program strengthens the position of Canadian pork and Canadian pork producers. Linking the two programs will also streamline the documentation, registration and validation process for all stakeholders.”

http://www.cpc-ccp.com/news.php?rev=e&ID=276&article=1&year=2011&da=0&incl=0

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