I've been asked by a European dietary supplements manufacturer who is going to export to Canada if they have to meet FSMA without the exemption to subparts C (hazard analysis and risk-based preventive controls) and G (suply chain program); in the USA, dietary supplements manufacturers have an exemption to those subparts (they have to comply with 21 CFR part 111 instead). I've checked this link:
...where it says:
(a) any foods that are to be exported or sent or conveyed from one province to another; Not the case
(b) any edible meat products (not the case) that are imported, during their storing and handling in their imported condition, for the purpose of the exercise of an inspector’s powers under the Act; and
© any food animals from which meat products that are to be exported or sent or conveyed from one province to another may be derived (not the case)
I'm not an expert on Canadian regulations, so I'm not sure at all if I'm properly understanding this; I'm not even sure about how FSMA is applied in Canada . The summary of my question would be:"Does a food supplement manufacturer who is going to export to Canada have to comply with HARPC and supply chain program of 21 CFR 117?".
Thank you in advance for your help!