Changes are coming to the Canada Grain Act as the updated free trade agreement comes into effect in North America, reports The Western Producer.
As of July 1, grain grown in the United States can receive an official Canadian grade if that variety is registered in Canada.
Country of origin statements on inspection certificates for American grain will be removed.
And, anyone who sells grain to a Canadian Grain Commission licensee, including licensed grain companies, must complete an eligibility declaration.
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