Imports

CBSA Message: TCC21-014 – Changes to the SWI IID Regulated Commodities Data Element Matching Criteria

January 27, 2021

The CBSA is pleased to announce that Trade Chain Partners can now use the SWI IID Regulated Commodities Data Element Matching Criteria to identify commodities regulated by a particular Participating Government Department or Agency (PGA) program.

CBSA Message: UPDATE - TCC21-009 – Changes to the SWI IID Regulated Commodities Data Element Matching Criteria

January 22, 2021

Please note new information in action required section (in Red).

The CBSA is pleased to announce that Trade Chain Partners can now use the SWI IID Regulated Commodities Data Element Matching Criteria to identify commodities regulated by a particular Participating Government Department or Agency (PGA) program.

Importing food into Canada with a Safe Food for Canadians licence

January 21, 2021

Currently, importers of meat, fish, dairy, eggs, processed eggs, processed fruits or vegetables, honey, maple and fresh fruits or vegetables are required to hold a valid Safe Food for Canadians licence (SFC licence) to import food into Canada.

CFIA Validating of Safe Food for Canadians Licences

January 20, 2021

CFIA is working toward a date to begin validating Safe Food for Canadians licences on import declarations with the intent of issuing rejections on declarations that do not have a valid licence number. Prior to implementation, CFIA has developed a number of communications products to raise awareness with importers and brokers.

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