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The AFPA Links & Resources page contains valuable information on all aspects of the Alberta food processing industry.

 

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AFPA in Action Magazine

Learn more about advertising in the upcoming issue of AFPA in ACTION, due out this fall. There are numerous ad shapes, sizes and price-points to fit any budget and style! For further information, contact Neil Gottfred, Sales Manager at Matrix Group Publishing Inc. Call (866) 999-1299 or email ngottfred@matrixgroupinc.net

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Food Safety & Quality

  • Food Safety Sentinel is a quarterly newsletter that targets Alberta Agriculture and Forestry's provincially licensed meat facilities. The newsletter is a way to get food safety information and other topics of interest out to the meat facilities. It also contains upcoming events, contacts and funding opportunities.
  • Food Safety Alberta website provides food safety information and resources, updates on food safety events, conferences, and workshops, and allows you to access relevant food safety legislation, publications and newsletters.
  • Learn about food safety culture, audits and public perception. Prerecorded talk by Dr. Douglas Powell Professor, Food Safety from Kansas State University at the AFPA Food Safety Conference in March 2013 (video)
  • Health Canada's Guidance on Safe Cooking and Handling Labelling for Raw Ground Meat and Raw Ground Poultry
  • Growing Forward Programs/Funding The Growing Forward 2 Food Safety Systems Processor program is open. The purpose of the program is to help food processors invest in new food safety systems or improve existing systems by investing in non-capital items such as food safety program development and implementation, in-house staff training, food safety training or courses, food safety audits, and validation studies. Capital items to support best practices in food safety may include facility modifications, processing equipment with hygienic design, foreign material detection equipment, good manufacturing practices tools such as utensils and bins approved for food use, sanitation equipment. Food safety testing equipment includes water activity meter, pH meter, thermometers, ATP testing equipment and swabs, in house micro-testing equipment, incubator for micro-testing, data loggers, allergen testing equipment, food safety ingredient scale (i.e. nitrites, culture) and its calibration weights. For program details and application form, please visit the Growing Forward 2 website
  • Food Safety Posters

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Workplace Health & Safety

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Business & HR Tools

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Meat Industry

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Classifieds

*Quality Assurance/HACCP Manager - Edmonton
Posted on Wednesday, February 8, 2017

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*Freestanding Freezer Facility Edmonton 11528 160 Street
Posted on Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Rare opportunity to acquire a 45,734 SF freezer facility in NW Edmonton.

Includes 2,760 SF of mezzanine office.

4.52 acre site largely improved with concrete, with ability to further expand the yard.

High ratio of dock doors (16).

Central location with excellent access to major arterials such as 118 Ave., 156 Street as well as major transportation routes, namely Highway 16 (Yellowhead Trail).

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*Head Butcher (retail and wholesale) (NOC 6251) (2011 NOC 6331)
Posted on Monday, February 8, 2016

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*Your Ad here!
Posted on Friday, November 5, 2004

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Send your ad to info@afpa.com

 
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