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Video | Basic Import Requirements For Food Products Into Canada

Just because you can buy it, does not mean you can import it. Food products tend to be one of the most misunderstood imports. Our licensed customs broker, Gloria Terhaar, provides an overview of the basic import requirements when importing food products into Canada.

To assist importers in becoming aware of their requirements and implications of regulations involved with importing food products into Canada, Pacific Customs Brokers regularly hosts seminars and webinars. Visit the Trade Compliance Education section of our website to see a list of seminars and webinars currently being offered.

Considerations When Importing Produce Into Canada
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Gloria Terhaar
CCS, CTCS, CBSA Professional Designate

Gloria Terhaar has over 17 years of Canadian customs brokerage experience. She currently works in our Canadian division as a Trade Compliance Supervisor and Regulatory Compliance Specialist. Gloria has extensive experience in all aspects of documentation and regulatory requirements as they relate to importing products into Canada. Gloria is often called upon to train industry with some recent talks for MNP, the Surrey Board of Trade, TFO Canada and the BC Produce Marketing Association. In 2018, Gloria also participated in the Canadian Produce Marketing Association and the Canadian Horticultural Council advocacy event "Fall Harvest" in Ottawa where she participated in advocacy efforts for the Canadain produce industry.

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.