Bringing Local Food Home: Legal, Regulatory and by Maureen Carter-Whitney

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Haines, Farm to Fork – A Strategy for Meat Safety in Ontario: Report of the Meat Regulatory and Inspection Review, July 2004 at 278-279. pdf. MAUREEN CARTER-WHITNEY e LOCAL FOOD BARRIERS 45 OMAFRA web site, The Ontario Food Safety System, The Haines Report: Follow up Audit Report. htm#Executive. 107 OMAFRA news release, McGuinty Government Tightens Meat Safety Standards: Provides Transitional Funding For Agri-Food Sector To Comply, February 15, 2005, and Backgrounder -Food Safety And Quality Act, 2001 (FSQA) And New Meat Inspection Regulation.

O. 1990, c. 15. htm. 16 Ontario Food Terminal Board web site, The Mandates and Objectives of the Ontario Food Terminal Board. htm. 17 Metcalf Foundation, Food Connects Us All: Sustainable Local Food in Southern Ontario, February 2008, at 33. com/downloads/Food%20Connects%20Us%20All. pdf. See also, Pierre Bélanger and Angela Iarocci, “Foodshed: The Globalized Infrastructure of the Ontario Food Terminal” in John Knechtel, Food, Alphabet City, 2007 at 208. 18 GTA Agricultural Action Committee Newsletter, The Ontario Food Terminal and Locally Grown Food, November 2007 at 6.

Html. pdf. 60 Office of the Prime Minister, Media release, PM unveils labelling plan to clearly identify Canadian foods, May 21, 2008. category=1&id=2111. 61 Canadian Food Inspection Agency, "The Canadian Food Labelling Initiative," December 31, 2008. shtml. 62 Government of Canada, The Canadian Food Labelling Initiative: Defining “Product of Canada” and “Made in Canada” for Food Labels and Advertising – Discussion Paper, May 2008, at 7-8. pdf. 63 Federal Trade Commission web site, Complying with the Made In the USA Standard.

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