Feds put $30 million toward food safety
From Food In Canada
The federal government is making a $30.7-million investment over the next five years in Canada’s own food safety. The new Food Safety Information Network (FSIN) will help connect federal and provincial food safety laboratories and regulators across the country.
The aim is to improve Canada’s ability to anticipate and detect routine foodborne threats. The FSIN will standardize food safety testing and leverage existing laboratory capacity.
In a statement, the government says the new network will help rapidly identify, mobilize and coordinate laboratory surge capacity and capabilities during complex food safety incidents and emergencies. The FSIN will also allow near-real time sharing, organization and analysis of food safety information across the country to inform more preventive and timely risk management decisions.
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