Canada has maintained an enviable reputation for supplying domestic and world markets with safe, high quality grains, oilseeds, and pulses. In a marketplace with ever-increasing demands for unique product specifications and traceability, there are many new opportunities for agricultural products. A key factor in capitalizing on these opportunities is industry’s ability to deliver products with better quality assurance systems. Although industry is taking the lead in implementing these systems, the Canadian Grain Commission has developed a new voluntary program to oversee and officially recognize those programs in order to maximize their acceptance in global markets. The Canadian Identity Preserved Recognition System Standard is a new tool the industry can use to provide third party assurance of the processes they are using to deliver the specific quality attributes their domestic and international buyers are demanding.
The Canadian Seed Institute will be the first service provider accredited by the
Canadian Grain Commission
to offer auditing services for this new program. CSI is pleased to be involved in this
Click here for the CIPRS Assessor
List - PDF format
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