Canada’s Best Food Safety Services

Canadian Food Safety is a proud provider of the best food safety services across the country.

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Food Safety and Quality Programs

With cost-effectiveness in mind, Canadian Food Safety will work with your company to meet your needs regarding food quality and food safety solutions.

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Brand Image Matters

Mitigate food safety risks, improve your bottom line and build a stronger brand with our brand protection programs.

Why Choose Canadian Food Safety Services?

Canadian Food Safety is proud to offer the best food safety certification courses in Canada. By partnering with SafeCheck® Brand Protection, Canadian Food Safety provides food safety and quality solutions in all food industry sectors across Canada.

Food Safety Experts

We offer food safety program development, training, certification, and food safety consulting services to the food service, food processing, packaging, retail, and distribution sectors. Furthermore, we have established ourselves as industry leaders with our hands-on support and customized solutions for clients.

Custom Program Development

The unique combination of knowledge provided by Canadian Food Safety Group professionals allows our services to be customized for each client’s products and processes to maximize the benefits to each operation.

Quality Food Safety Training

With years of industry expertise gained from direct experience in the food industry, the Canadian Food Safety Group provides quality hands-on services. Our services include HACCP plan development, Quality Program Development, auditing, plant design, and government approvals, and on-site food safety training at your facility.

The Importance of Food Safety Services

The food industry is subject to a multitude of strict standards and regulations to ensure compliance with appropriate handling and quality of food. Canadian Food Safety Group ensures your food handlers are equipped with industry best practices in handling food to protect your customers from potential risk and foodborne illness. Not only does compliance with food safety best practices create trust within your customers, but it also creates more dedicated employees.

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Comply with Regulatory Requirements

Approved Canada-wide, our SafeCheck® Food Safety Certification has become accepted as an industry leader by many major grocery, manufacturing, educational, and food service establishments.

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Protect Your Food Service Establishment

SafeCheck® and Canadian Food Safety training courses provide food service personnel with the resources and skills they need to maintain food safety and prevent food poisoning, food borne illness and contamination in the workplace.

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Give Customers Peace of Mind

Individuals and families deserve the peace of mind of knowing their food is safely being handled and served. With Canadian Food Safety training and certification, your customers are guaranteed quality assurance of safe food.


Frequently Asked Questions

Food safety is an essential part of protecting your business and customers from foodborne illnesses. By following industry best practices of safe food handling and doing your due diligence, you can protect your customers from health hazards associated with contamination and protect your establishment’s reputation.
Due to the nature of food being highly perishable and easily contaminated, it is a requirement for food service professionals to understand safe food handling practices. In doing so, they do their due diligence in safely storing food, preparing food, serving food, and, most importantly, preventing the spread of foodborne illnesses and outbreaks.
All levels of government, including Federal, Provincial, and Municipal, have shared responsibility for regulating food safety legislation in the retail and food sector. The three major organizations for ensuring food safety in Canada are Health Canada, The Canadian Food Inspection Agency, and The Public Health Agency of Canada.