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Function Claims - Health Claims - Food label requirements - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

https://www.inspection.gc.ca/food-label-requirements/labelling/industry/health-claims/eng/1392834838383/1392834887794?chap=8

Oct 31, 2019 ... Principles for Labelling and Advertising. No Drug Representations for Function Claims A function claim about the physiological effects of food or food constituents must not refer directly or indirectly to the treatment, mitigation or prevention of any disease, disorder or abnormal physical state, or of their symptoms. In addition, claims about restoring or correcting

Probiotic Claims - Former - Health Claims - Food label requirements - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

https://www.inspection.gc.ca/food-label-requirements/labelling/-f-for-industry/former-health-claims/eng/1514559099172/1514559100331?chap=9

Oct 31, 2019 ..." and similar terms or representations; "with beneficial probiotic cultures"; "contains bacteria that are essential to a healthy system"; and Latin name of a microbial species modified to suggest a health benefit. A probiotic health claim can be presented in either text or graphic, on food labels or in advertisements to suggest that a food confers a health benefit. Due

Nutrition labelling compliance test - Food label requirements - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

https://www.inspection.gc.ca/food-label-requirements/labelling/industry/nutrition-labelling/additional-information/compliance-test/eng/1409949165321/1409949250097?chap=0

Sep 27, 2019 ...Nutrition labelling compliance test Important notice On December 14, 2016, amendments to nutrition labelling, list of ingredients and food colour requirements of the Food and Drug Regulations came into force. Regulated parties have a five (5) year transition period to meet the new labelling requirements. Consult the Former – Nutrition labelling compliance

Non-prepackaged foods that require a label - Food products that require a label - Food - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

https://inspection.gc.ca/food/requirements-and-guidance/labelling/industry/label/eng/1388160267737/1388160350769?chap=4

Jan 15, 2019 ...Food products that require a label Non-prepackaged foods that require a label In addition to prepackaged foods, some non-prepackaged foods are required to carry a label [B.01.003(1)(b) to (f), FDR]. As the definition of label includes words belonging to or accompanying a food, the labels of non-prepackaged foods may be on a tag or sign accompanying the food

Drugs vs. Foods - Former - Health Claims - Food label requirements - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

https://www.inspection.gc.ca/food-label-requirements/labelling/-f-for-industry/former-health-claims/eng/1514559099172/1514559100331?chap=4

Oct 31, 2019 ... is not permitted to carry a drug claim, unless exempted. See Acceptable Disease Risk Reduction Claims and Therapeutic Claims for acceptable examples. Furthermore, Section 3, FDA, prohibits the sale of a food that is labelled or advertised to the general public as a treatment, preventative or cure for any of the diseases referred to in Schedule A. Below are examples of drug

Common Name - Food label requirements - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

https://www.inspection.gc.ca/food-label-requirements/labelling/industry/common-name/eng/1354906212164/1354906290936?chap=0

Jul 16, 2019 ...) on the principal display panel of a prepackaged food label [B.01.006, FDR; 218(1)(a), SFCR]. Other foods may require a common name for traceability purposes; traceability-specific labelling requirements should be consulted for additional details. Exemptions The following foods are exempt from declaring a common name on the label: Prepackaged (definition) fresh fruits

Former - Advertising requirements - Food label requirements - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

https://www.inspection.gc.ca/food-label-requirements/labelling/-f-for-industry/-f-advertising/eng/1518712452590/1518712453328?chap=0

May 30, 2019 ...Former - Advertising requirements On this page Overview Advertising to the general public Internet advertising Requirements specific to advertising Common name Language requirements Nutrient content claims and health claims Labels depicted in advertisements Advertisements for bulk beef, veal, pork and lamb Food advertising responsibilities Print

Use of the Term Prebiotic(s) - Health Claims - Food label requirements - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

https://www.inspection.gc.ca/food-label-requirements/labelling/industry/health-claims/eng/1392834838383/1392834887794?chap=11

Oct 31, 2019 ...Health Claims Use of the Term "Prebiotic(s)" The term "prebiotic(s)" and similar representations (for example, "stimulates the growth of friendly intestinal microflora", "promotes healthy/beneficial bacteria in the large intestine") on food labels and in advertising that suggest a food confers a health benefit are considered to be implied health claims

Infant Foods - Labelling Requirements for Infant Foods, Infant Formula and Human Milk - Food label requirements - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

https://www.inspection.gc.ca/food-label-requirements/labelling/industry/infant-foods-infant-formula-and-human-milk/eng/1393069958870/1393070130128?chap=2

Aug 16, 2019 ...Labelling Requirements for Infant Foods, Infant Formula and Human Milk Infant Foods Nutrition Labelling for Infant Foods Voluntary Claims and Statements for Infant Foods Standard Container Sizes for Infant and Junior Foods The information below applies to infant foods other than infant formula. Infant formula is covered in the following section

Nutrition labelling compliance test - Food label requirements - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

https://www.inspection.gc.ca/food-label-requirements/labelling/industry/nutrition-labelling/additional-information/compliance-test/eng/1409949165321/1409949250097?chap=1

Sep 27, 2019 ...Nutrition labelling compliance test Summary The Food and Drug Regulations set out requirements for nutrition labelling and for the making of nutrient content claims and health claims. These regulatory requirements aim to provide Canadians with information to prevent injury to their health by helping them make appropriate food choices. The Canadian Food

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