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On February 10, 2021, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) issued a food safety inspection announcement.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has monitored the levels of chemical and microbiological hazards, undeclared allergens and gluten in the food supply, and formulated risk management strategies. When a violation is found, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency will take appropriate actions, including notifying the manufacturer or importer, conducting further targeted sampling or detaining the product, and recalling it.
The food safety monitoring announcement includes undeclared allergens and gluten in prepackaged salads (2018-2019), undeclared allergens and gluten in maple sugar products (2018-2019), and grain coating Undeclared allergens in multi-ingredient meat and seafood (2017-2018) and bacterial pathogens in dairy ice cream (2017-2020).
For details, please refer to:https://www.inspection.gc.ca/food-safety-for-industry/food-chemistry-and-microbiology/food-safety-testing-bulletin-and-reports/eng/1453324778043/1453327843364
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