Free Video Series | Exporting Food To Canada

Free Video Series | Exporting Food To Canada

Importing Food into Canada from another country is a highly regulated process involving a number of Canadian Government Agencies. To simplify this process PCB Customs Brokers has developed a series of short videos on the topic "How to Export Food to Canada" which cover the following categories:

These short videos will provide the necessary information on the regulations and requirements that apply to each category.

If you have been exploring the idea of expanding your food sales into the Canadian market, this video series is for you!

With over 80% of Canada’s population within 50 miles of the US/Canada border, and a population size similar to the State of California, this market is an excellent opportunity for your company.

So grab a pen and paper and dive into these informative videos.


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About the Author
Jan Brock

Jan Brock joined PCB Customs Brokers in 2015 as a Senior Trade Advisor. She retired from Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) in 2015 after serving more than 37 years. Jan started her career with CBSA as a summer student in 1976 and worked part-time until she graduated from U.B.C. with a Bachelor of Education Degree in 1980 . Shortly after graduating from U.B.C. Jan worked full time as an inspector with CBSA and within three years was promoted to Superintendent. She served some time in the Regional Operations office as an Operations Review Officer before she was promoted to Chief of Operations first at the Customs Mail Centre, then in the Metro District as the Commercial Chief and ending her career as a Chief at Pacific Highway Commercial Operations where she served as Chief from 1992 to 2015. During her career she was a member of the Customs Drug Team and a trainer in the National Enforcement Program. Jan also served as the Regional Coordinator Officer Powers and Use of Force for the Pacific Region. Jan served on many Commercial Program Reviews and committees both national and regional during her career and possesses an expansive knowledge of importing and exporting into and from Canada.

While we strive for accuracy in all our communications, as the Importer of Record it is incumbent upon your company to ensure that you are aware of the requirements under the new regulations so that you maintain compliance as always.