Posted  8 Jan, 2019 
In: News

The Manufacturer’s Declaration Form will be discontinued by the CFIA effective January 15, 2019. If a certificate or trade document is required for the export of Canadian manufactured products, the CFIA will issue a Certificate of Free Sale. Make sure that you have a license under SFCR, since the Certificate of Free Sale will only be issued for businesses with a license.

You can apply for a license through My CFIA.

For further information about the discontinuation of the Manufacturer’s Declaration Form, and the transition to the Certificate of Free Sale under SFCR, you can consult the government’s questions and answers page.


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