CANADA: Canadian On-Farm Food Safety Program Given $2 Million Boost
An additional $2 million in federal support for the Canadian On-Farm Food Safety Program (COFFSP) will allow funding to flow to new applicants across the country and help enhance Canada's reputation as a world leader in food safety. This new federal funding, provided through the $60-million-per-year Canadian Adaptation and Rural Development (CARD) Fund, was announced in Winnipeg today by Agriculture and Agri-Food Minister Lyle Vanclief and Canadian Federation of Agriculture (CFA) President Bob Friesen.
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