Webinar Series: Preparing for CanadaGAP

Are you a fresh fruit and vegetable business interested in — or already selling into — the retail, wholesale or food service markets? The Preparing for CanadaGAP webinar series will help you understand the process of applying for CanadaGAP and break down its requirements into clear steps. Space is limited, so register early!


Webinar Series: Preparing for CanadaGAP

This series is being offered province-wide by Leduc County with the support of Kneehill County, Lac Ste. Anne County, Starland County and Parkland County.


Dates

  • Introductory session: week of Jan. 18 to 22, 2021 (1.5 hour session)

  • Six weekly sessions: weeks Jan. 25 to March 5, 2021 (3 hours of session per week)

  • Wrap-up session: week of March 8 to 12, 2021 (1.5 hour session)

Costs and Commitment

Registration is free; however, there is a significant time commitment required. The cost is your time and commitment to complete all of the sessions.

How to Register

Sign up by calling Leduc County Agricultural Services at 780.955.4593, or emailing sharon (@)leduc-county.com. Space is limited, so please register early to retain your spot.

Important Registration Deadlines for Sponsoring Counties

To support their commitment to their local food industries, spots will be reserved for residents of Leduc County, Kneehill County, Lac Ste. Anne County, Starland County and Parkland County until December 11, 2020. Following that, registration will be open province-wide. The province-wide registration deadline is January 11, 2021.

About the webinar series

This webinar series takes the guesswork out of the CanadaGAP process and will prepare you to meet its requirements.

Why CanadaGAP? Implementing CanadaGAP into your business provides assurance to retail and foodservice buyers. It will:

  • Ensure you are meeting your customer requirements for safe food
  • Position your business to access new market channels
  • Increase the opportunity for financial success

Businesses with CanadaGAP meet the preventive control plan requirements of the Safe Food for Canadians Act and Regulations (SFCR).

This webinar series is being offered province-wide by Leduc County with the support of Kneehill County, Lac Ste. Anne County, Starland County, and Parkland County. For more information, please contact Sharon Faye, Local Food Coordinator with Leduc County, at 780.955.4593 or sharon (@) leduc-county.com.


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