With the recent 2017-18 Budget announcement, programs and services affected will be updated shortly. Posted March 22, 2017

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Domestic Meat Inspection Program

This program provides voluntary meat inspection of abattoirs and meat processing plants to enhance humane handling and food safety.

Under the Domestic Meat Inspection Program, abattoirs and meat processing plants request inspection which is currently provided through a contract between the Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture and the Saskatchewan Food Industry Development Centre Inc. 

Abattoirs and meat processors wishing to be eligible for domestic meat inspection must abide by the requirements set forth in the Domestic Meat Inspection Program standard.

The following companies are registered in the Ministry of Agriculture's Domestic Meat Inspection Program:

  • Country Choice Meats , o/a 101005967 Saskatchewan Ltd. - Licensed  as: SK03
    Jim and Tony Giesbrecht, Duck Lake, SK
    Phone: (306) 467-4422, Fax: (306) 467-4429
  • Drake Meat Processors Inc. - Licensed  as: SK11 and SK11A
    Kelly Ediger, Drake, SK
    Phone: (306) 363-2117, Fax: (306) 363-2119 
  • E & A Meat Market Ltd. - Licensed as: SK05
    Ed and Bert Coquet, St. Brieux, SK
    Phone: (306) 275-2009, Fax: (306) 275-4431
  • Friesen's Meat Processing Inc. - Registered as: SK17
    Merle Friesen, Warman, SK
    Phone: (306) 934-2680, Fax: (306) 934-2680 
  • Pine View All Natural Meats Inc. - Licensed as: SK07
    Kevin and Melanie Boldt, Osler, SK
    Phone: (306) 239-4763, Fax: (306) 239-2138
  • Superior Meats (2005) Ltd. - Licensed  as: SK01
    Roberta Essex, Swift Current, SK
    Phone: (306) 773-2069, Fax: (306) 778-6600
  • Treen Packers Ltd. - Licensed as: SK04
    Darrin Treen, Swift Current, SK
    Phone: (306) 773-4473, Fax: 306-773-5011
  • Western Prime Meat Processors - Licensed as: SK02
    Mike Guest, Weyburn, SK
    Phone: (306) 842-4448, Fax: (306) 842-4747
  • Wadena Meat Processors 96 - Licensed as: SK09
    Duane Sweatman, Wadena, SK
    Phone: (306) 338-3605,  Fax: (306) 338-3880 
  • West Bridgeford Meats Ltd. - Licensed as: SK06 and SK06A
    Shane and Doris Oram, Tugaske, SK
    Phone: (306) 759-2220, Fax: (306) 759-2212

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