This document sets out the policy of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) on the use of Distillers' Grains (DGs), produced as by-products of ethanol manufacturing, that are sold or manufactured in, or imported into Canada as livestock feed.
With ACROSS, importers and brokers exchange information electronically with the CBSA thereby eliminating the requirement to present paper release packages, subject to certain limitations.
The name “10 2” is shorthand for the number of advance data elements CBP will collect.
The following 10 data elements are required from the importer:“An amendment to the U. Trade Act of 2002 requiring that sea carriers and Non-Vessel Operating Common Carriers (NVOCCs) provide U. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) with detailed descriptions of the contents of sea containers bound for the United States 24 hours before the container is loaded on board a vessel.
108 Issue(s): Agriculture, biological diversity, and science and technology Petitioner(s): Anna Kirkpatrick Date Received: 7 April 2004 Status: Completed Summary: The petitioner raises concerns about the human, social, and environmental impact of genetic engineering.
According to the petitioner, genetic engineering is a relatively new and untested technology that poses a serious threat to sustainable development in Canada.