BC just opened a new funding program for food businesses to improve traceability! Icicle is a pre-approved software vendor and our team can help you prepare and submit your application.
Applications just opened for food safety funding in BC — and cannabis companies are eligible for the first time.
The On-Farm and Post-Farm Food Safety programs are now open for the BC agri-foods sectors — and Icicle can help you get the money and meet all your goals.
While compliance deadlines for the Safe Food for Canadians Act draw near, many food businesses still haven’t implemented a HACCP-based food safety program as required by the Act. The new food safety regulations are part of a big government push – federal and provincial – to modernize the country’s food safety, traceability, and biosecurity assurance […]
With the March 26 deadline looming, food processors across the province are currently scrambling to meet B.C.’s new food safety regulations. Under amendments made to B.C.’s Public Health Act in 2013, every food premise in the region will be required, by law, to develop, maintain, and follow a Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP)-based food […]
Icicle creator Steven Burton was invited to participate in an episode of Conversations that Matter, an in depth interview program with thought leaders on the issues shaping the future of British Columbia. The interview aired on December 19, 2015. Episode Description: This week’s Conversation That Matter features Steve Burton, who after having a terrifying bout […]
by Doug Powell, BarfBlog That’s British Columbia, a province in Canada, not before Christ, although food purchases are almost entirely faith-based. B.C.’s Public Health Act’s food premises regulation was amended in 2013 to require written food safety and sanitation plans from processors. The plans are a set of procedures to help prevent or reduce safety […]
by Stefania Seccia, 24 Hrs Vancouver While most B.C.-based food processors are scrambling to meet new safety regulations coming into effect soon, one expert doubts most will meet the deadlines due to a lack of planning. B.C.’s Public Health Act’s food premises regulation was amended in 2013 to require written food safety and sanitation plans […]