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Labelling requirements - Former - Name and principal place of business - Food - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

http://www.inspection.gc.ca/food/requirements/labelling/-f-for-industry/-f-place-of-business/eng/1506570153162/1506570153817?chap=1

May 3, 2019 ...Former - Name and principal place of business Labelling requirements General Exemptions General All prepackaged foods that require a label must declare the name and principal place of business of the person who has manufactured, prepared, produced, stored, packaged or labelled the food, or the person for whom the food has been manufactured, prepared

Overview - Former - Pictures, vignettes, logos and trade-marks - Food - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

http://www.inspection.gc.ca/food/requirements/labelling/-f-for-industry/-f-pictures-vignettes-logos-and-trade-marks/eng/1518727909039/1518727909771?chap=1

May 3, 2019 ...Former - Pictures, vignettes, logos and trade-marks Overview Pictures, vignettes, logos, endorsements, and trade-marks (definition) contribute to the overall impression created in food labelling and advertising and as such, are subject to the General principles for labelling and advertising and any other specific requirements. Previous Table of Contents

Requirements for Making a Nutrient Content Claim - Food - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

http://www.inspection.gc.ca/food/requirements/labelling/industry/nutrient-content/requirements/eng/1389906662288/1389906719869

Jan 15, 2019 ...Requirements for Making a Nutrient Content Claim Complete Text Table of Contents Exceptions 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

Food Labelling

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/food-nutrition/reports-publications/food-labelling.html

Mar 18, 2015 ...Food Labelling Allergen Labelling (2009) Garlic & Onions: Insufficient Evidence to Include on the List of Priority Food Allergens in Canada - A Systematic Review (2009) Garlic & Onions: Insufficient Evidence to Include on the List of Priority Food Allergens in Canada - A Systematic Review (Appendices 1 & 2) (2009) Garlic & Onions: Insufficient Evidence

Exceptions - Former - Requirements for making a nutrient content claim - Food - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

http://www.inspection.gc.ca/food/requirements/labelling/-f-for-industry/-f-nutrient-content/-f-making-a-nutrient-content-claim/eng/1510152325737/1510152326336?chap=1

May 3, 2019 ... associated conditions [B.01.301, FDR]. Further information is available in the appropriate section. Statements with respect to proteins may also be permitted provided the food meets certain conditions [B.01.305, FDR]. Please refer to Protein claims for further information. Other cases in which nutrient content claims may be permissible are: representations for which

Food Labelling Modernization Initiative - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

http://www.inspection.gc.ca/food/requirements/labelling/labelling-modernization-initiative/eng/1370111174659/1370111346666

Mar 12, 2018 ...Food Labelling Modernization Initiative The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA), is continually evolving to meet the challenges of a complex and changing food safety environment–an environment with shared responsibilities for food safety, consumer protection and a fair and secure marketplace. Other government organizations are also modernizing

Former – Labelling requirements checklist - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

http://www.inspection.gc.ca/food/requirements/labelling/-f-for-industry/-f-labelling-requirements-checklist/eng/1517606176960/1517606177880

May 3, 2019 ...Former – Labelling requirements checklist 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. This former page of the Industry Labelling Tool

Food allergens, gluten and added sulphite labelling – Alcoholic beverages - Former - Labelling requirements for alcoholic beverages - Food - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

http://www.inspection.gc.ca/food/requirements/labelling/-f-for-industry/-f-alcohol/eng/1518792213846/1518792215663?chap=4

May 3, 2019 ...Former - Labelling requirements for alcoholic beverages Food allergens, gluten and added sulphite labelling – Alcoholic beverages Added allergens, gluten sources and sulphites at a level of 10 ppm or more must be declared when present in alcoholic beverages [B.01.010(2), FDR]. This requirement applies to bourbon whisky and standardized alcoholic beverages

Food Allergen Labelling - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

http://www.inspection.gc.ca/food/requirements/labelling/industry/food-allergen-labelling/eng/1462469921395/1462472833650

Sep 12, 2018 ...Food Allergen Labelling Food Allergen Labelling - PDF (167 kb) If you are selling or making a packaged food that contains any priority food allergens, gluten sources or added sulphites, then your product likely requires allergen labelling. Tab 1 Tab 2 Tab 3 Tab 4 Tab 5 Tab 6 Tab 7 There are two ways to label allergens: Within the ingredients list

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