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Ottawa, Ontario
K1A 0Y9

July 12, 2018

Subject: Chapter 4 of the Meat Hygiene Manual of Procedures – Annex S: Salmonella control options in frozen raw breaded chicken products

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) is requiring industry to implement measures at the manufacturing/processing level to reduce Salmonella to below detectable amounts in frozen raw breaded chicken products that are packaged for retail sale.

Learn more about which products are affected and the control options industry can use to meet the requirements.

Martin Appelt
Program Control & Performance Division

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