Canada: Governments of Canada and Ontario support growing agri-food industry

Through the Traceability Foundations Initiative, the governments of Canada and Ontario will support projects led by the agri-food industry to share information, enhance industry competitiveness and improve the speed in which Ontario responds in the event of a food product recall.

Friday 29 July 2011 (7 years 1 months 21 days ago)
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A new program coming to Ontario will strengthen the agriculture industry and help keep our food safe by improving the way food products are tracked from the farm to the dinner plate.


Through the Traceability Foundations Initiative, the governments of Canada and Ontario will support projects led by the agri-food industry to share information, enhance industry competitiveness and improve the speed in which Ontario responds in the event of a food product recall.


Having a full traceability system requires the collection, storage and sharing of three key pieces of information: premises identification, product identification, and movement recording. This new program will help make our industry stronger, protect consumers and ensure market access for our farmers and food processors.

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http://news.ontario.ca/omafra/en/2011/07/keeping-ontarios-food-safe-1.html

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