As far as I know, Federal Registration is required when a company's selling out of the province the products are manufactured in. However, I've never heard of "segregation procedures" for products sold domestically and inter-provincially. Could you please reference me t
o the regulation stating that?
References to applicable Acts and Regulations:
SFCR 15, 47, 60, 61, 62, 86(1), 88, and 89
It is mostly toward inter provincial trade and export.
I mentioned segregation for domestic (province) to inter provincial because in my opinion this will be treated as incompatible activities in a licence establishment. Logically, If i am CFIA how will i know that you are only producing products bound for interprovincial if there is no segregation policy in place between products?
Atleast on meat plants, CFIA conducts segregation tasks
Task: 2.5.01 Segregation Requirements- Incompatible Activities and Separation of Licensed Food
So the title of the task itself will let you know what they're looking for when they do this task.