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1 9.1 OBJECTIVE SCOPE REQUIRED FORMS AND REFERENCES Forms References IMPORT REQUIREMENTS Exemptions Import Declaration IMPORT PROCEDURES Documentation Transfer INSPECTION OF Inspections of Low Acid Canned Vegetables from China TOOLS Automated Import Reference System (AIRS) Import Retrieval System (IRS) Targeting of Imported Processed Products (TIPP) Border Lookout (also known as Import Alert) IMPORT SERVICE CENTRE (ISC) COST RECOVERY APPENDIX 9A: Example of a Targeted Import Processed Product (TIPP) APPENDIX 9B: Example of Border Lookout Instructions for CFIA Inspectors Processed Products - Product Inspection Manual 9 - i

2 9.1 OBJECTIVE Return to Index To provide information and references as to how Processed Products are imported into Canada and inspected. 9.2 SCOPE Return to Index Food products subject to the Processed Products Regulations (PPR) which are imported into Canada. 9.3 REQUIRED FORMS AND REFERENCES Forms Return to Index Import Declaration (CFIA / ACIA 4560) Note: Other forms may be necessary depending on the activities conducted on the imported products. Refer to the applicable chapter(s) of this manual References Return to Index Canada Agricultural Products Act (CAPA) Processed Products Regulations (PPR) Food and Drugs Act (FDA) Food and Drug Regulations (FDR) Consumer Packaging and Labelling Act (CPLA) Consumer Packaging and Labelling Regulations (CPLR) Canadian Import, Export and Interprovincial Requirements for Processed Products Guide to Importing Food Products Commercially Automated Import Reference System (AIRS) Import Retrieval System (IRS) CBSA tariff codes (HS Codes) Memorandum Respecting the Inspection of Chinese Low Acid Canned Vegetables Exported into Canada Low-Acid and Acidified Low-Acid Foods in Hermetically Sealed Containers - Visual Inspection Protocol (VIP) Canada Border Services Agency, Importers Information Memorandum D Food, Agricultural Inputs and Agricultural Products 9.4 IMPORT REQUIREMENTS Return to Index It is the responsibility of the importer to ensure the products they market meet Canadian requirements. Sections 60 to 66 of the PPR stipulate that imported food products must meet the same requirements as those produced domestically. Imported processed products must: Processed Products - Product Inspection Manual 9-1

3 meet the requirements for grade, identity, composition, packaging and labelling established in the PPR; have been prepared under conditions at least equivalent to those required by the PPR; and be accompanied at point of entry by an import declaration, completed in duplicate (see 9.4.2). Provisions apply to products subject to standard container sizes in Schedule III, PPR that are packed in containers of a capacity larger than the largest volume or weight set out in Schedule III. The net quantity of these containers must be expressed as a whole number, multiple of 500 g or 500 ml, not exceeding 20 kg or 20 L [Subection 25(1), PPR]. The LTL option is available to importers and domestic manufacturers. For details on standard container sizes and LTL containers, see section Net Quantity, in Chapter 3 - Label Verification. There are additional requirements when importing low acid canned vegetables from China. See section for details. There are no licensing or registration requirements for importers Exemptions Return to Index A shipment that does not comply with the PPR may be imported if it fits into at least one of the following exemptions: 1. The shipment: [60.(3), PPR] weighs 20 kg or less; is part of an immigrants effects; is consigned to a national or international exhibition if: it weighs 100 kg or less and is not intended for sale in Canada; is imported from the USA onto the Akwesasne Reserve for use by an Akwesasne resident; or is being test marketed in accordance with an authorization issued pursuant to subsection 9.1(5). For details, see Chapter 13 - Test Market Authorizations 2. The shipment has been granted a Ministerial Exemption [63, PPR]. Ministerial Exemptions are most commonly granted for products destined for processing or repacking. These products are usually packed in bulk and/or do not meet container size requirements, grade requirements, product standards, etc. For details, see Chapter 14 - Ministerial Exemptions. 3. The food product is unlabelled or not marked in accordance with Part IV, PPR, but the importer provides evidence the product will be properly labelled at its destination [64, PPR]. For details, see section in Chapter 3 - Label Verification Import Declaration Return to Index The Import Declaration (CFIA / ACIA 4560) is an interactive form available on the CFIA website which includes detailed instructions. Although the Import Declaration form can be filled out electronically, it must still be printed, signed and presented to the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) in duplicate. By signing this form, the importer testifies that the product meets the requirements of the PPR. If the importer has a broker or another legal Processed Products - Product Inspection Manual 9-2

4 agent sign on his behalf, the importer is still responsible for ensuring the product meets the Canadian requirements. Paragraph 65(1)(d) of the PPR prescribes which information is required on the Import Declaration. The Import Declaration provides CFIA inspectors with information regarding the type of product, the location or destination of the product, the quantity of the shipment, etc. This information can be useful when seeking imported products to sample for inspection or lab analysis. 9.5 IMPORT PROCEDURES Return to Index Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) clears shipments of processed products for entry into Canada on behalf of CFIA. Memorandum D describes this agreement and identifies the role CBSA plays with respect to the importation of all food, agricultural inputs and agricultural products. When processed products arrive at the border, CBSA reviews the Import Declaration for completeness. The instructions on the second page of the Import Declaration indicates that all boxes except #18 should be completed for processed fruits and vegetables. If everything is in good order, the shipment Clears Customs and is allowed entry into Canada for distribution and sale. If the Import Declaration is missing or incomplete, CBSA will refuse entry until the paperwork is in good order. There is an agreement to have CBSA forward the Import Declaration to the CFIA office near the point of entry. CBSA does not inspect shipments for compliance with the PPR. By performing the activities described in this manual, CFIA inspectors are monitoring imported products to verify they meet Canadian requirements. CBSA requires all imported products be identified using the Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System (HS). The HS was developed and is maintained by the World Customs Organization. The HS is a sixdigit nomenclature that categorizes products using a defined criteria. Almost 200 countries, representing about 98% of world trade, use the HS for trade negotiations, collecting international trade statistics, quota controls, rules of origin, and statistical and economic research and analysis. More information on HS codes and CBSA import requirements can be found on the CBSA tariff code website. Processed Products - Product Inspection Manual 9-3

5 9.5.1 Documentation Transfer Return to Index The legal agent (importer or broker) fills out the Import Declaration and presents it to CBSA for clearance at the border. CBSA reviews the documentation and when cleared, forwards the Import Declaration to a designated CFIA office. Import Shipments Importer or Broker prepares documents and submits to CBSA BORDER CROSSING CBSA CBSA BORDER CROSSING Documents not in good order Documents in good order Refuse Entry until proper documents provided CBSA sends Import Declaration to CFIA Load Released CFIA Product Inspection Program Importer Warehouse* * could be any level of trade (e.g. retail, manufacturer, restaurant, consignee) Processed Products - Product Inspection Manual 9-4

6 9.6 INSPECTION OF Return to Index The Processed Products Inspection Program - Product Inspection Frequencies document identifies the products and countries of origin to target for inspection. The inspection type and frequency is based on the potential hazard and the historical compliance for that product. The Inspection Frequency document is issued yearly and available through your Supervisor or Program Officer. All inspection activities described in this manual apply to imported products. Do not inspect shipments in bond or in transit. These types of shipments have not been released by CBSA and are not permitted to enter the Canadian marketplace (e.g., a shipment from China stored in a warehouse in Vancouver until it is placed on another vessel and shipped to USA). The Canada Agricultural Products Act, the Food and Drugs Act and the Consumer Packaging and Labelling Act do not apply since these shipments are not considered to have entered Canada until released by CBSA Inspections of Low Acid Canned Vegetables from China Return to Index As a result of container integrity issues with products from some Chinese suppliers, CFIA and the Chinese Authorities have signed a Memorandum Respecting the Inspection of Chinese Low Acid Canned Vegetables Exported into Canada. To import low acid canned vegetables from China, the manufacturer and the product must be pre-approved. Products from establishments not listed in the Memorandum cannot be exported to Canada. The Memorandum: identifies the establishments and their Sanitation Registration (SR) code; lists, for each establishment, the low acid canned vegetables that are approved for export to Canada; and identifies the Category of each establishment. The Category reflects the risk associated with an establishment, which in turn dictates whether or not the establishment is approved to export low acid canned vegetables to Canada and establishes a mandatory inspection frequency: Category A: Products from establishments in this category are considered high risk and therefore are not permitted in Canada. Category B: Products from establishments in this category are considered medium risk. All shipments/lots/products from this category are subject to inspection as per the Low-Acid and Acidified Low-Acid Foods in Hermetically Sealed Containers - Visual Inspection Protocol (VIP). These inspection are to be performed by CFIA or conducted by the importer. However importer inspections of Category B establishments should be audited by CFIA inspectors to ensure confidence in the importer s inspection ability. Category C: Products from establishments in this category are considered low risk. These shipments/lots/products are subject to regular monitoring container integrity inspections as per the Processed Products Program - Product Inspection Frequencies. Importers may also conduct container integrity inspections and submit the results to CFIA. Processed Products - Product Inspection Manual 9-5

7 Other Chinese Establishments Approved for Export to Canada by Chinese Authorities (i.e., non-categorized): Products from these establishments will be assigned a category once the results of Container Integrity Inspection for the first 10 shipments are received by CFIA. CFIA can accept private consultant or importer inspection results if the CFIA has confidence the inspections are performed according to the VIP. CFIA can audit the inspection results of any non-cfia inspections (see Chapter 7 - Container Integrity). Copies of all container integrity inspection results conducted by importers or CFIA are to be sent to the Chief of Imports. Chinese canned vegetables are included in regular product inspection frequencies (e.g., label, net quantity, product standards) and sampling plans for imports. In general, Chinese canned vegetables should be treated like any other import when selecting a product for inspection or sampling. However, you must first look up the category of the facility in the Memorandum Respecting the Inspection of Chinese Low Acid Canned Vegetables Exported into Canada (CCV MOU) in order to determine if the product is allowed in Canada. If you encounter any products which are not permitted in Canada, take enforcement action (see Chapter 11 - Enforcement and Compliance) and notify your Processed Products Program Specialist and the Chief of Imports. 9.7 TOOLS Automated Import Reference System (AIRS) Return to Index This system outlines CFIA s requirements for all agricultural products and provides direction to CBSA for releasing shipments at the border. AIRS can be used by industry, brokers, CBSA and anyone else with access to the internet. The product description or the Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System (HS) can be used to search for the requirements related to a specific product Import Retrieval System (IRS) Return to Index CBSA collects data from each shipment entering Canada and sends it weekly to a CFIA database. The information in this database is confidential and for CFIA use only. The Import Retrieval System (IRS) can be used to search this database using a number of variables, such as type of product (HS code), importer, exporter, exporting country, and entry dates. This information can be useful when seeking imported products to sample for inspection or lab analysis. Inspectors dealing with imports should have access to the information provided by IRS Targeting of Imported Processed Products (TIPP) Return to Index The intent of a TIPP is to focus resources toward specific problem areas. TIPP provides a snapshot of the compliance rate for the targeted product over a given time period. The inspection activities associated with a TIPP are included within the workplan established in the Processed Products Program - Product Inspection Frequencies document. When regular inspections or other information indicates a reoccurring issue with a specific imported product, notify your Processed Products Program Specialist. If necessary, the Specialist will submit a TIPP request to the Processed Products Program Specialists across the country and at Headquarters. If the request is approved, a TIPP will be generated and instructions will be sent to inspection staff. Processed Products - Product Inspection Manual 9-6

8 The TIPP instructions provide: a description of the problem; instructions regarding which activity to perform; a time period (usually 3 months); the destination for inspection reports; and the designated contact. Using the inspection results collected, CFIA is able to gather the evidence needed to accurately describe the extent of the problem. The evidence provided to the exporting country s authorities can be used to correct the problem at the source. If the TIPP inspection results show a high level of non-compliance, a Border Lookout (Import Alert) may be triggered. Individual inspection results associated with a TIPP may require compliance action and/or a recall. A few examples of previously issued TIPPs include: pit fragments in canned peaches; container integrity problems in canned asparagus; and undeclared sulphites in jam. See Appendix 9A for an example of TIPP documentation Border Lookout (also known as Import Alert) Return to Index A Border Lookout controls the entry of imported products with elevated potential health and safety risks for humans, animals or plants. A Border Lookout can be issued nationally or regionally for a specific product, country, importer and/or exporter, depending on the circumstances. When inspection activities or other information demonstrate a serious or reoccurring problem with an imported product, the results should be relayed to your Processed Products Program Specialist. Consultation with Processed Products Program Specialists across the country and at Headquarters will determine if a Border Lookout is required. If one is warranted, Headquarters will submit a Border Lookout request to CBSA. Once implemented, instructions regarding inspection procedures and the destination of results are created by CFIA and distributed to each group involved in an Alert. Typically, specific instructions are identified for: Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA); CFIA Import Service Centre (ISC); and CFIA Inspection Staff. When a Border Lookout is in effect, CBSA holds all shipments of the identified product until a Release Approval is obtained from an ISC. This allows the ISC to inform CFIA inspection staff of the arrival of the shipment and its intended destination. Your role is to follow up, as per Border Lookout instructions, and conduct the required activity. These activities include: detain product; sample for lab analysis; verify documentation accuracy; perform the applicable product inspection (e.g. container integrity inspection, pit fragments); and/or record the results as directed in the instructions. Processed Products - Product Inspection Manual 9-7

9 See Appendix 9B for an example of Border Lookout documentation. 9.8 IMPORT SERVICE CENTRE (ISC) Return to Index For processed products, ISC staff: reviews documents and notifies inspection staff when imported shipments, subject to a Border Lookout, enter Canada. handles inquiries from industry and consumers. There is only one ISC in the country which operate seven days a week. Central ISC (Ontario) 7:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m.(eastern standard time) Telephone: (Canada or U.S.A.) (local calls and all other countries) Fax: COST RECOVERY Return to Index The only CFIA fee applied to imported shipments of processed products is for the review of the Import Declaration. This fee: is charged directly to the importers accounts by CFIA Accounts Receivable Service Centre (no invoice is issued); is generated using CBSA import data that is transferred to CFIA; is applicable to the shipment, regardless of quantity of products identified on the Import Declaration (One Import Declaration = One Fee); and does not apply to exempt shipments (e.g., under 20 kg, immigrants effects). For details on cost recovery procedures, see Chapter 12 - Cost Recovery. Processed Products - Product Inspection Manual 9-8

10 Appendix 9A Return to Index Example of a Targeted Import Processed Product (TIPP) To: Processed Products Program Specialists and Inspection Staff Reference Number: TIPP From: Processed Products Program Core Team (PPPCT) Subject: Targeting of Imported Processed Products (TIPP) Canned Peaches from Country XYZ Canned Peaches from XYZ have been identified under TIPP because peach pit fragments have been found at levels that fail for Health & Safety. This raises concerns about the safety of future shipments. Within your product inspection activities, you are requested to target canned peaches from XYZ. When a shipment is identified, please perform a visual product inspection for grade and for health and safety using the procedures in the Risk Management Guidelines for Pit Fragments in Canned Peaches. The TIPP for this product is in effect for the next three months (August 1 to October 30, 2009). Please submit a copy of all inspection documents, passing or failing, (e.g., Peach Pit Fragment Report, Inspection and Grading Report) to: National Processed Products Program Specialist Processed Products Program, Agrifood Division 4 th Floor 1400 Merivale Road, Tower 1 Ottawa, ON K1A 0Y9 Fax: (613) Any failing inspections should also be entered in the Issues Management System (IMS). Within the Trigger Event section of IMS, please enter TIPP in the Reference No. box. When the TIPP is concluded, a national summary report will outline the results, the findings and the conformity of these products on the Canadian market. This summary report will be analyzed by the PPPCT to identify future actions to be developed and implemented. If you need more information, please call the Processed Products Program Specialist in your Area. Processed Products Program Specialist Processed Products - Product Inspection Manual 9-9

11 Appendix 9B Return to Index Example of Border Lookout Instructions for CFIA Inspectors BORDER LOOKOUT REFERENCE No. (National Import Operations Division will provide the reference number when CBSA confirms the implementation) XXXXX-XX During border lookouts, the CFIA Import Service Centres will notify by fax a CFIA destination office of every shipment of low-acid vegetables packaged in hermetically sealed flexible pouches from country XXX. Instructions : 1. Detain shipments at destination under section B of the Food and Drug Regulations. 2. Conduct a container integrity inspection as per the Visual Inspection Protocol for Low-Acid and Acidified Low-Acid Foods in Hermetically Sealed Containers (VIP). Use the Flexible Retort Pouch Defects Manual for defect identification and classification. Alternatively, you may accept inspection results from a private laboratory or consultant. In this case, you may audit private inspection results before releasing the shipment. 3. If satisfactory results are obtained, release the shipments. If results are unsatisfactory, follow the instructions in the VIP for failed inspections. 4. Forward the inspection results (i.e., the results from CFIA or from the private inspection) by fax or (scanned documents) to: National Processed Products Program Specialist Processed Products Program, Agrifood Division Fax: (613) Processed Products - Product Inspection Manual 9-10

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