The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has an important role in regulating the production, importation and use of cannabis and industrial hemp and their by-products.
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What is the CFIA's role in cannabis regulation?
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Information on the regulatory requirements for cannabis with a novel trait.
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Find information related to requirements for labelling, seed standards, and the import and sale of cannabis seed.
Find information related to requirements for the import, export, certification and grading of industrial hemp seed.
All cannabis products, including hemp, need to be registered before they can be used as livestock feed in Canada. Find information related to registering feeds.
Commodities such as cannabis plants, cosmetics, pet food, and natural health products are outside the scope of the Canada Organic Regime overseen by the CFIA and cannot use the Canada Organic Logo. These products can be certified to an organic production standard outside of the Canada Organic Regime. Learn more about organic certification.
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