Meat Inspection Regulations, 1990
(a) it is harvested and handled in a registered establishment;
(a.1) it is not derived from, and does not contain, specified risk material in any form, whether or not incorporated into another thing, that originated in Canada or in a country, or a part of a country, other than a country or part of a country that is designated under section 7 of the Health of Animals Regulations as being free from Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy;
(b) an official veterinarian has determined that its use as animal food would not pose a risk to the health of any animal that consumes it; and
(c) it is denatured.
(2) A meat product, other than a condemned meat product, may be identified in a registered establishment for use as animal food without being denatured if it is not likely to be mistaken for an edible meat product.
- SOR/92-292, s. 5;
- SOR/2001-167, s. 27(F);
- SOR/2006-147, s. 31.
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