CANADA: CQA scheme for pork producers boosts productivity
For many pork producers, participation in the "Canadian Quality Assurance" (CQA) scheme has boosted productivity, according to the national CQA coordinator, Dawn LeBlanc. The scheme was designed by the Canadian Pork Council in a bid to enable swine producers to adhere to high production standards and guarantee food safety. By the end of Q1 this year, nearly 60% of producers were registered to work under the scheme.
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