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        CFIA Requirements on Food Containing Both Meat and Shellfish

        Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) provides information of the new documents on the requirements that apply to the preparation of Fish products containing meat or Meat products containing shellfish and the import of Fish products containing meat or Meat products containing shellfish.

        Fish products containing meat
        If you import a fish product containing meat must ensure that all the meat ingredients:

        Note: The requirements specific to the import of meat products are outlined in the Overview?–?Importing meat products.

        If your business manufactures, processes, treats, preserves, grades, packages or labels, for inter-provincial trade or export, a fish product and uses a meat product as an ingredient, must ensure that the meat was:

        • manufactured, processed, treated, preserved, graded, packaged or labelled in Canada by a person with a Safe Food for Canadians (SFC licence) to conduct those activities, or
        • imported by an SFC licence holder in accordance to the requirements outlined in the Overview?–?Importing meat products.

        A person who processes (such as debones, cooks or cures) the meat ingredients they use in their fish product must have a work shift agreement.

        Meat products containing shellfish
        If you import a meat product containing raw shellfish (excluding the adductor muscles of scallops or the meat of geoduck) you must ensure that the shellfish originate from a country with a shellfish inspection system recognized by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency under Part 7 of the Safe Food for Canadians Regulations (SFCR).

        If your business manufactures, processes, treats, preserves, grades, packages or labels, for inter-provincial trade or export, a meat product and uses raw shellfish (excluding the adductor muscles of scallops or the meat of geoduck) as an ingredient, must ensure that the shellfish:

        • were harvested in an area classified under the Canadian Shellfish Sanitation Program
        • are not subject to an order prohibiting fishing issued under the Management of Contaminated Fisheries Regulations (MCFR) or were decontaminated in accordance with the decontamination plan submitted in connection with a licence to fish for food purposes issued under the MCFR, or
        • were imported by a Safe Food for Canadians licence (SFC licence) holder and originate from a country with a shellfish inspection system recognized by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency under Part 7 of the Safe Food for Canadians Regulations (SFCR).

        More Information on the requirements:

        If you have any further questions or inquiries you can contact CFIA directly at 1-800-442-2342 or you can submit it electronically by filling out the contact form.

         

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