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British Columbia Food Processors Agency

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A nonprofit organization dedicated to represent all segments of the food, beverage and nutraceutical processing industry, and to coordinate common industry activities and resources under one umbrella. The Association represents micro, small, medium, and large processing companies. Website: http://www.bcfpa.ca Email: adam@bcfpa.ca Phone: 604-504-4409 35707 Sunridge Place Abbotsford, V3G 1E5, Canada

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Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA)

Federal agency delivering inspection services across Canada related to food, animal health and plant protection. Information about all of their policies and programs are thoroughly documented online. Website: http://www.inspection.gc.ca Email: Phone: , , Canada

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Canadian Sheep Federation Food-Safe Farm Practices (Sheep)

A voluntary program designed to meet the food safety challenges facing the sheep industry, developed by producers and industry personnel from across Canada. Program examines all areas of production and outlines management options that are designed to minimize food safety risks. It is based on ?must do? good production practices (GPPs). It also makes recommendations  Full Article…

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Cyber-Help for Organic Farmers

Very useful website supported by The Certified Organic Associations of BC which works to encourage organic and alternative food production in Canada by improving accessibility to organic farming content online. Great section about on-farm food safety materials with links to relevant local and provincial information about water quality, factsheets, programs and regulations. Website: http://www.certifiedorganic.bc.ca/rcbtoa/training/foodsafety.htm Email:  Full Article…

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Farm and Ranch Safety and Health Association

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Committed to creating a safer work environment for BC?s agricultural industry, the FARSHA has Regional Safety Consultants throughout the province to provide ongoing safety courses, safety materials and helpful advice. Almost all booklets, brochures, loaned materials, training programs and resources are free of charge. Also have some non-English speaking safety coordinators and staff. Website: http://www.farsha.bc.ca  Full Article…

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Ministry of Agriculture and Lands Food Safety & Quality Branch

Food safety requirements, risk assessment and fact sheets. Great manual ?Good Agricultural Practices Guide? with in depth information, templates and signs. To obtain a copy of the ?Good Ag. Guide?: Call BCMAL: 1-888-221-7141 Website: http://www.agf.gov.bc.ca/fsq/ Email: Phone: , , Canada

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Vancouver Coastal Health

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Our public health inspectors, also known as environmental health officers, conduct more than 16,000 inspections of restaurants, food facilities and stores annually. We also educate food handlers and consumers about safe food handling practices. Website: http://www.vch.ca/ Email: feedback@vch.ca Phone: 1.866.884.0888 11th Floor, 601 West Broadway Vancouver, BC V5Z 4C2, Canada

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Vancouver Community College

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Foodsafe Level 1 & 2 Certificate Training Learn current industry standards for health and safety in this day-long course. Discuss receiving/storing edible wares, preparing, serving, and dispensing food. This course is offered every second Saturday (holidays exempt). Website: http://www.vcc.ca/programs-courses/details.cfm?area=CS_HEALTH&prog=FOODSAFE Email: Phone: 604.871.7000 1155 East Broadway Vancouver, BC V5T 4V5, Canada

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Enviro-Food Consulting

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Allergy Awareness Training, Level 1 & 2 Foodsafe Certificate Training, Personal Food Handling Consultation Services Salle de la Rue Brown, offers training, writing and consulting services to the foodservice and hospitality industry. As a Registered Environmental Health Officer and Food Safety Consultant, Sally has 20 years of experience as a trainer, writer and conference speaker.  Full Article…

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Open School BC

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Online Foodsafe Level 1 & 2 Certificate Training The FOODSAFE online courses are now available online through a partnership with Open School BC. FOODSAFE Level 1 provides all food service employees with the mandatory training in proper food handling practices. FOODSAFE Level 2 is designed for food service industry owners, managers, kitchen managers, executive chefs,  Full Article…

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