Manufacturers Declaration and Exporting Canadian Goods

Posted by: Michael Atkinson
Category: Diplomatic Mission, Document Authentication and Legalization
Exporting Canadian Goods

Are you a Canadian exporter that ships Goods to Foreign Countries?  If so, your office is recommended to retain the services of an Authentication Legalization Service.  Offices like ours can assist with the processing of the paperwork at Global Affairs Canada as well as at the Countries Embassy or Consular Office.  Having the correct paperwork processed quickly and in a cost effective manner is important especially when when Exporting Canadian Goods for other countries.

What is an example of a document needed for Exporting Canadian Goods? 

The Manufacturer’s Declaration is a Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CIFA) form that is used when exporting Canadian food products that are regulated under the Food and Drugs Act, and the Food and RegulationsThe Manufacturer’s Declaration is a document that will need to be notarized by a trusted Notary before it can be authenticated by Global Affairs Canada.  Once authenticated the document then must be legalized by a particular countries diplomatic mission in Canada.

How can Capital Authentication help with the paperwork required when Exporting Canadian Goods?

Our office has been operating for over twenty years.  We attend the authentication section of Global Affairs Canada practically each and every day.  Because of this regular attendance we have developed and excellent working relationship with the examiners at Global Affairs.  Also, we have developed strong working relationships with the Embassy staff at the various diplomatic missions located in Ottawa.  By utilizing our office we can save you time and money while processing the documents necessary for Exporting Canadian Goods to other countries.     Contact our office today and see what we can do for your office.

Should you have any questions regarding the notarization, authentication and legalization of a Canadian document you are invited to contact our office.  We can be reached by e-mail at: and/or by telephone at: 1 (613) 236-9975.  For useful information feel free to visit our website at: