Capital Infrastructure and Investments Program: Quality Control Capacity Building

By mmuise

The Quality Control Capacity Building funding stream provides opportunities for owners of agri-processing operations to help companies build the capacity for continuous improvement within their own facility to monitor and manage potential issues caused by microbial growth, or chemical or physical contamination.

Comments on Funding:

Funding is a contribution of maximum $50,000 per applicant per project with a cost share ratio of 50% government and 50% applicant.

Deadline: Applications are closed. Stay tuned for future intake announcements.

Applicants must be:

  • agri-food processors;
  • agri-product processors;
  • licensed commercial kitchens;
  • primary producers;
  • Indigenous Government/Indigenous individuals, businesses, communities, and organizations, other Indigenous groups undertaking agricultural initiatives;
  • wholesalers (food, ingredients);
  • abattoirs.

    The following activities are eligible for funding:
  • professional fees associated with the development, implementation, and training for establishing quality control procedures;
  • purchase of software directly related to managing/maintaining quality control processes and procedures;
  • equipment related to first implementation of in-house quality control or significant upgrade to existing quality control procedures.
Application Steps:


Documentation Needed:


Other Things to Note:

1. This program is part of the Sustainable Canadian Agriculture Partnership.
2. The intake for this program is now closed, please ensure that you are checking back for information regarding program updates and future intake dates.
3. Projects will have twelve months to be completed.

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