Meat Inspection Regulation, BC Reg 349/2004

The Meat Inspection Regulation regulates the slaughtering of meat sold for human consumption. All animals slaughtered must be inspected both before and after slaughter to prevent contamination or unsafe consumption of animal food.

The enabling statute for this Regulation is the Food Safety Act, SBC 2002, c 28.

Source: Legislation

Jurisdiction: British Columbia

Topics: animalcarcasscondemnedequipmentfood premiseslicencelivestocklivestock areameatpenslaughterslaughter areastorageyard

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