Report a concern about a supplemented food
If you have a concern about a supplemented food, we encourage you to report it using the links below.
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Concerns about supplemented foods
There are specific requirements that manufacturers must follow to make sure supplemented foods are safe for you to consume. Always read any cautionary information on the product label to be aware of potential risks.
Supplemented foods contain added supplemental ingredients that can pose a risk to your health if you:
- consume too much of them
- are pregnant, a child or a member of another vulnerable group
Examples of concerns
You may have concerns about the safety, quality or labelling of a supplemented food.
- Examples of safety concerns from consumption may be mild, such as headaches, or more severe and could result in a hospital stay, disability or life-threatening condition.
- An example of a quality concern would be a foreign material in the product.
- An example of a labelling concern would be if the required cautionary information was missing from the label.
Report a concern
In Canada, the federal, provincial and territorial governments share responsibility for food safety, including supplemented foods. If you have a concern about a supplemented food, we encourage you to report it. Use the relevant link below to report your concern. Please provide as much information as possible.
- Report a food-related concern in Canada (except Quebec)
- Report a food-related concern in Quebec (French only)
Since complaints and concerns are addressed based on risk, you may not receive a response unless a risk is identified.
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