When the ‘farming industry’ needs to be more ‘federal’

Training in food production is one of the few areas of the country where federal government oversight has been lifted, according to a new report.

And that’s a big change for a sector that has often been run by provincial governments.

The Food Institute of Canada (FIOC) released the report Wednesday, in advance of a federal food policy meeting in Ottawa next week.

The report is aimed at improving food safety, nutrition, food and beverage security, and improving food choices across Canada.

It’s the first time that an industry-wide, national assessment of food safety is being conducted, says Mark Hurd, the co-author and director of the Food Institute’s research and development program.

“It’s going to have to be a major change in the way we’re thinking about food safety.”

The report says that while food safety has been “on the radar” for some time, it has always been a provincial responsibility.

In Canada, there are more than 20 provinces, territories, and territories.

The Canadian Association of Food Producers (CAFP) has worked closely with the government on food safety since its founding in 1993.

CAFP has worked with food manufacturers and suppliers to identify, develop, and market food that meets food safety standards.

The food industry, in turn, relies on food manufacturers to develop products that meet the industry’s requirements.

“We are very, very concerned that federal government’s role in food safety and the food sector is going to be less and less,” Hurd says.

The federal government has also stepped in with initiatives to strengthen the food supply chain, such as providing more oversight of farmers, ensuring that food is produced and stored properly and ensuring that Canadians get a good product.

“They’re still making decisions based on information from the food industry that’s not true,” says Hurd.

The CAFP report notes that the food safety industry has a long history of cooperation with the federal government, and it is important that the federal authorities are mindful of what that industry is doing.

The government has been a major investor in the food and farm sectors.

In 2016, it pledged $1.3 billion to support the food system, which includes food supply chains, food processing, processing and transportation, as well as food marketing.

“The industry has been very vocal in their concerns and it’s been very well received by the government, but it’s also a very small part of our overall economy,” Huthurd says, adding that the industry is also working to secure the long-term financial stability of the Canadian economy.

“There’s no doubt that we’re in a very precarious situation.”

Food safety is often under the jurisdiction of a single provincial government, he says.

“This report comes out in the context of the fact that we are not the only ones working on food.

We’re not the ones working in the agriculture sector.”

The government can also focus more on protecting the public health and safety, Hurd adds.

“Our government has a lot of responsibilities in the space.

It is an industry that is not very well regulated by us and the provinces and territories are not well regulated either.”

The CAOP report says there are a lot more federal requirements and oversight in Canada than in the U.S. There is an increase in requirements for food manufacturing and food processing.

The organization says that more than 60 per cent of food processors and food processors-agents, processors and importers are now subject to the Food Safety Modernization Act.

That includes the food processing and food safety regulations that are set out in Chapter 4 of the Act.

“With a lot less federal oversight, there is less risk of contamination or foodborne illness,” Huts says.

Huts also says that there are many federal food safety inspectors who work in the public sector.

“But the problem with that is they’re not in the industry, they’re just doing the paperwork,” Huns says.

According to the CAOP, the food inspection industry has had a huge increase in size since 2011, with the number of food inspection stations rising from 1,000 to 1,900.

The majority of those inspections are done at the provincial level.

“These inspections are conducted by government inspectors, by provincial inspectors, and by other government-appointed inspectors,” Hays says.

Some provincial inspectors are required to go into the food manufacturing industry and work with food processing companies.

Hays also points out that many food processing plants, including in Saskatchewan, are run by the Canadian Wheat Board (CBB).

“If you look at how the CBB has done in the last few years, there’s not a lot in terms of inspection,” Haidts says.

In 2017, the CAA found that there were 5,300 food safety inspections conducted by the CAB.

But Haidt says there is no single federal inspection office, and the CSA does not have any inspection powers.

The agency also said there was a lot that could change in 2017.

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