Canadian fertilizer industry commends CFIA
Published by John Williams,
Fertilizer Canada has commended the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) for its work to update the regulations and reflect the needs of the industry.
Fertilizer Canada has commended the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) for its work to update the regulations and reflect the needs of the industry. A modernisation of the fertilizers regulations encourages innovation, environmental and economic sustainability and international leadership for Canada in the field of fertilizers and supplements.
Effective, science-based regulatory oversight of fertilizer and supplement products ensures the safety of the Canadian marketplace. Amendments to the fertilizers regulations that keep pace with science, industry developments and international harmonisation improve timely access to safe and reliable products for Canadian farmers.
"The Canadian fertilizer industry is continuously looking to innovate and make improvements to further our strategic goal of ensuring the safe and sustainable use of fertilizer products," said Garth Whyte, president and CEO of Fertilizer Canada. "Fertilizer Canada values our collaborative relationship with the CFIA and appreciates opportunities to participate in the review process of regulations."
Through the Canadian fertilizer products forum, members of Fertilizer Canada were highly engaged in a positive review process and were able to provide early input to shape the modernised regulations.
Fertilizer Canada and its members encourage the CFIA to continue to consult with industry when developing guidance documents and providing clear language interpretation for the fertilizers regulations. We look forward to continuing to work with them to meet and discuss the industry's recommendations of the proposed amendments.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldfertilizer.com/special-reports/21032019/canadian-fertilizer-industry-commends-cfia/
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