NSERC Program in Food Safety, Nutrition and Regulatory Affairs

The Canadian food system is dynamic and relies on coordination across different sectors in order to provide consumers with healthy, safe and palatable year-round access to foods. As a result, understanding and communicating changes in Government policy and advances in food science and nutrition research is vital in order to provide a safe and sustainable food supply. The Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) University-Industry Program in Food Safety, Nutrition and Regulatory Affairs (PFSNRA) serves as a conduit for collaborations, research and information transfer that benefits all sectors of the Canadian food system.

 

 

 

Message from the PFSNRA

Dr. Harvey Anderson
Canadians are facing an increasing number of health challenges, including diet-related chronic diseases such as obesity, cardiovascular disease, diabetes and cancer.

Learn More About the PFSNRA

What are the Mission, Goals and Objectives of the PFSNRA?
The mission of PFSNRA is to assist the food system by providing scientific expertise needed to address current food safety, nutrition and regulatory issues affecting Canadian consumers.

PFSNRA Work

What do we do?
The PFSNRA addresses a wide variety of food safety and nutrition issues through meetings, workshops, reports and research. We encourage you to view out current and previous works to learn more, and contact us with any additional inquiries.