Manufacturer’s Declaration to Cover Exports of Food Products Manufactured in Canada – Authentication and Legalization or Apostille

Published on Monday, June 10, 2013

The Manufacturer’s Declaration to Cover Exports of Food Products Manufactured in Canada is a Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) form used for export of food products regulated solely under the Food and Drugs Act and the Food and Drug Regulations.

Before you present your Manufacturer’s Declaration to Cover Exports of Food Products Manufactured in Canada to a foreign country, you may need to have it notarized, as well as authenticated and legalized, also referred to as Apostille. For more information on this process, take a look at this helpful article – What is authentication and legalization?

Before your Manufacturer’s Declaration to Cover Exports of Food Products Manufactured in Canada can be legalized at the appropriate diplomatic mission, it will need to be authenticated at the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFAIT) in Ottawa. If you are on a deadline to have your Manufacturer’s Declaration to Cover Exports of Food Products Manufactured in Canada authenticated and legalized, you should know that if done by mail, the process can take several weeks.

International Document Canada (IDC) specializes in managing the authentication and legalization of documents, such as the Manufacturer’s Declaration to Cover Exports of Food Products Manufactured in Canada. You send your documents to us and we take care of the rest, in as little as a few days!

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