Felicia Loo is a Certified Food Scientist and registered SQF Consultant, focused on assisting food business to obtain food business license, achieving effective food safety management system and automate food safety system.
She enjoys photography and blogging during her free time. She is currently the Principal Food Safety Consultant for SFPM Consulting, based in Vancouver, Canada.
SFC import license must be properly declared. The following guidance is adapted from CFIA guidelines: When you import any food products or items into Canada, they must pass through the border and we know how important it is to ensure…Read moreDeclare SFC license # on food import declaration
No one wants to hear this! Due to the number of non-conformances or critical non-conformances observed at the facility, you have gained a score of less than 70% and therefore, the facility is deemed to fail an audit! It is…Read moreWhat To Do After You Fail an SQF Audit?
Are you thinking about starting a food business? Or do you have a food business and don’t know where to start? This can be challenging but the most important thing to look for is the food safety regulatory requirements for…Read moreFood Safety Regulatory Tips for Food Start-Up
In 2020, the FDA introduced the New Era of Smarter Food Safety Blueprint in order to incorporate technological advancements from the past decade into a modernized food safety regulatory framework. Included in this framework is the core element of Smarter…Read moreCan Outbreak Prevention Be Smarter and Self-Predict?
The Requirements SQF 9.0 Food Manufacturing code requires that a food facility have a primary SQF Practitioner and a backup SQF Practitioner. The requirements for SQF Practitioners are listed below: 126.96.36.199 Senior site management shall designate a primary and substitute…Read moreAll about SQF Practitioner