Nov 04, 2020

Webinar - Introduction to Exporting Food Products Webinar

Join Saskatchewan Trade & Export Partnership (STEP) and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) who will be presenting information on how companies can ensure their food products can be exported outside of the province and beyond. This webinar will provide valuable information on requirements for food products under the Safe Food for Canadians Regulations (SFCR). This information will be valuable to food companies that are ready to expand their markets. With a focus on Saskatchewan Agri-Value and Agricultural products, attendees will be familiarized with key information and resources available on the CFIA website.

Following the CFIA, Spec Logistics Ltd. will provide their advice on how to effectively work with a third party service provider, and provide information on what is needed when thinking about logistics, packaging products for export and more. A final speaker from STEP will provide information on our research and services that can help.

This session is open to STEP member and non-members. This webinar is a great opportunity to learn about STEP membership and to see if there is value in a membership for companies looking to export their products.

Program Agenda:
Eryn Butterfield, Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA)               9:00 a.m.
Craig Arnold, Spec Logistics Ltd.                                                            9:20 a.m. 
Agri-Value, Saskatchewan Trade & Export Partnership (STEP)         9:40 a.m.
Questions & Answers                                                                               9:50 a.m.

Please click here to register by Tuesday, November 3, 2020.

While the Webinar is being offered at no cost to registrants, those wishing to join the event are kindly asked to complete our online registration form to ensure administrative needs are met.

For more information, please contact:
Réka Gajári, Senior Market Intelligence Specialist
Telephone: 306 787 3223

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