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Review of The Food Safety Regulations

The Government of Saskatchewan is seeking feedback from stakeholders regarding proposed changes to The Food Safety Regulations. Some of the proposed amendments are part of the Red Tape Reduction initiative and others are based on previous stakeholder feedback.

Deadline:  Wednesday, September 28, 2022

About The Food Safety Regulations

Proposed changes to The Food Safety Regulations have been drafted.

The intended purpose of The Food Safety Regulations is to ensure that facilities preparing, storing, cooking, processing, dispensing, transporting, serving or selling food or drink to the public are constructed, operated and maintained in sanitary condition. Food and drink must be safe for human consumption. These regulations help to minimize the risk of food-borne illness from disease-causing micro-organisms.

Who should participate

  • Industry (licensed and unlicensed public eating establishments, home food processors, slaughter plants, milk plants, food processors, food distributors, industry advocate/representatives)
  • Public (consumers of food and drink)
  • Government and regulators

How to participate

Review the following documents: 

Send your comments by Wednesday September 28, 2022 to:

Cindy Rogers
Population Health Branch
Ministry of Health
3475 Albert Street
Regina SK  S4S 6X6

About Red Tape Reduction

The reduction of red tape and regulatory burden is a priority for the Government of Saskatchewan. Red tape impacts all residents and businesses and reduces the efficiency of government. Inconsistent, unclear, out-of-date, and duplicative regulations create hardship for Saskatchewan people and business and act as barriers to economic growth. The Government of Saskatchewan wants your input to Help Cut Red Tape and improve regulations.

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