Consumer Association Roundtable
The purpose of the Consumer Association Roundtable is to provide a forum for dialogue between the federal government and Canadian consumers through an ongoing exchange with key consumer associations.
Members of the Roundtable discuss, and provide input to, food safety and other topics related to CFIA priorities, policies, programs and services that benefit from consumer input.
The Roundtable will meet face-to-face a minimum of two times a year and will also meet as required. The CFIA will provide feedback to members on the outcomes for policies, programs or services for which the Roundtable provided input.
The CFIA will always retain final decision-making authority and responsibilities.
Current members of the Consumer Association Roundtable are:
- Anaphylaxis Canada
- Association québécoise des allergies alimentaires
- Consumers' Association of Canada
- Consumers Council of Canada
- Dietitians of Canada
- Heart and Stroke Foundation
- Option consommateurs
Additional participants may be included, depending on the subject of the meeting.
- 2010-12-08: News Release: New Forum Gives Consumer Associations a Voice in Food Safety
For more information on the Consumer Association Roundtable, please contact us.
- Date modified: