#SMEPME Twitter Chat — Calling all SMEs in the food sector! How would new proposed requirements impact you?
Canada Business Network (CBN) is hosting a Twitter chat with the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) on new proposed food safety requirements and the impact on small and medium businesses.
The CBN provides Canadian entrepreneurs with the resources they need to grow and prosper, including a wide range of information on federal and provincial/territorial government services, programs and regulations.
Recognizing the food safety challenges SMEs may face, the CBN will be hosting a bilingual Twitter chat with the CFIA as its guest. On April 11, 2017 at noon EDT, our guest will answer your questions about the proposed Safe Food for Canadians Regulations.
This is a great opportunity to get informed and ask questions so you can provide feedback before the CFIA's public consultation closes on April 21, 2017. Topics will include licensing, Preventive Control Plans, traceability and support available to your small business.
The proposed Safe Food for Canadians Regulations focus on prevention to help food businesses uphold their reputation, keep customers healthy and loyal, and avoid costly recalls. Learn more at inspection.gc.ca/safefood.
Join the live discussion by using and following the hashtag #SMEPME.
Type: Live discussion on Twitter @canadabusiness
Topic: Calling all SMEs in the food sector! How would new proposed requirements impact you?
Date: April 11, 2017 at noon EDT
Twitter Chat Participation
During the Twitter chat, the CFIA will only answer questions related to the proposed Safe Food for Canadians Regulations. Replies will be posted in the same language as the original tweet. Tweets will not be duplicated in the other official language. For those wishing to obtain a translation of a specific tweet, it will be provided upon request. The request should be sent to email@example.com.
The CFIA cannot respond to questions about specific products, services or situations.
For your safety and security, please do not provide personal information during the chat. This includes any information that can identify you, such as a phone number, address or email.
Depending on the volume of tweets received, the CBN and CFIA may not be able to respond to all tweets. View a summary of the Twitter chat.