Supplemented foods: Lists of temporary marketing authorization letters (TMALs)
The TMAL lists are incorporated by reference in the Food and Drug Regulations.
The lists in Table 1 outline foods that were issued a Temporary Marketing Authorization Letter (TMAL) as supplemented foods and are eligible for a transition period to come into compliance with the Supplemented foods regulations. They are permitted to remain on the market during the transition period provided they meet the applicable requirements in the transitional provisions of the Supplemented foods regulations.
These lists will be repealed from the regulations once the transition period comes to an end.
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- Supplemented foods: Regulations and compliance
- Guidance document for supplemented foods regulations
- About supplemented foods and their labels
- General Guidance Document for Temporary Marketing Authorization for Foods
- Classification of products at the food-natural health product interface: products in food formats
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