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CFIA seeking comments on maximum nutrient values for fish feeds

As part of a comprehensive, multi-year regulatory modernization process, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has initiated the renewal of the federal Feeds Regulations (Regulations) as one of several priorities identified for modernization. The CFIA is now seeking public comments on the proposal Maximum Nutrients Values in Fish Feeds. The proposal forms part of the suite of documents CFIA will put forward for incorporation by reference in the modernized Feeds Regulations, thus providing greater flexibility in amending the document as required. 

January 25, 2018

As part of a comprehensive, multi-year regulatory modernization process, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has initiated the renewal of the federal Feeds Regulations (Regulations) as one of several priorities identified for modernization.

The CFIA is now seeking public comments on the proposal Maximum Nutrients Values in Fish Feeds. The proposal forms part of the suite of documents CFIA will put forward for incorporation by reference in the modernized Feeds Regulations, thus providing greater flexibility in amending the document as required. 

The goal of renewing the Regulations is to develop a modernized risk- and outcome-based regulatory framework for feeds which: 

  • safeguards feeds and the food production continuum; 
  • attains the most effective and efficient balance between fair and competitive trade in the market; and 
  • minimizes regulatory burden. 

Please forward written comments by e-mail, fax or mail to:

Sergio Tolusso, National Manager – Animal Feed Division, Canadian Food Inspection Agency. 59 Camelot Drive, Ottawa, ON CANADA K1A 0Y9. Telephone: (613) 773-7516 , Fax: (613) 773-7565. Email: Sergio.Tolusso@inspection.gc. ca

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