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Completed - Webinars on the pre-publication on Food Labelling Modernization regulatory changes - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

https://www.inspection.gc.ca/about-the-cfia/accountability/consultations-and-engagement/webinars/eng/1560909027413/1560909027634

Aug 12, 2019 ...Completed - Webinars on the pre-publication on Food Labelling Modernization regulatory changes The webinars are now complete. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) is holding webinars on the changes to the Food and Drug Regulations and the Safe Food for Canadians Regulations stemming from the Food Labelling Modernization initiative. The webinars

Amendments to the Safe Food for Canadians Regulations and Food and Drug Regulations (Food Labelling Modernization) - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

https://www.inspection.gc.ca/about-the-cfia/acts-and-regulations/forward-regulatory-plan/2019-to-2021/food-labelling-modernization/eng/1489715505219/1489715505698

Jun 21, 2019 ...Amendments to the Safe Food for Canadians Regulations and Food and Drug Regulations (Food Labelling Modernization) Title or Working Title of the Regulatory Initiative Amendments to the Safe Food for Canadians Regulations and Food and Drug Regulations (Food Labelling Modernization) Description of the Objective The objective of the Food Labelling

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

https://www.inspection.gc.ca/food/requirements-and-guidance/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

Claims that reference science or studies - Former - Advertising requirements - Food - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

https://www.inspection.gc.ca/food/requirements-and-guidance/labelling/-f-for-industry/-f-advertising/eng/1518712452590/1518712453328?chap=5

May 30, 2019 ... and/or technical references are subject to the provisions of all relevant Acts and Regulations. Scientific and technical terms may not be properly understood by the public. Therefore, they should be avoided in labelling or advertising directed at the general public, unless fully explained. Reference to media reports and publications In food labelling and advertisements

Health Canada's Proposed Changes to the Format Requirements for the Display of Nutrition and Other Information on Food Labels

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/food-nutrition/public-involvement-partnerships/proposed-changes-format-requirements-display-nutrition-other-information-food-labels/consultation.html

Jun 12, 2015 ...Health Canada's Proposed Changes to the Format Requirements for the Display of Nutrition and Other Information on Food Labels We have archived this page and will not be updating it. You can use it for research or reference. We have archived this page and will not be updating it. You can use it for research or reference. July 14, 2014 (PDF Version - 1 189 K

Comparative Claims - Composition and Quality Claims - Food - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

https://www.inspection.gc.ca/food/requirements-and-guidance/labelling/industry/composition-and-quality/eng/1391025998183/1391026062752?chap=6

Jan 15, 2019 ... describes the packaging, the labelling or such factors as a new flavour. "Improved" implies that the food, or some aspect of the food, has been modified to make it better than before. The way in which a food is new or improved should be stated on the label and in advertisements, unless the reason is perfectly clear. A claim that a product is "new" or "improved

Consulting Canadian Parents and Consumers on Proposed Changes to Nutrition Information on Food Labels

https://www.canada.ca/en/news/archive/2014/07/consulting-canadian-parents-consumers-proposed-changes-nutrition-information-food-labels.html

Jul 14, 2014 ...Consulting Canadian Parents and Consumers on Proposed Changes to Nutrition Information on Food Labels Backgrounder As highlighted in the recent Speech from the Throne, our Government is committed to supporting Canadians and their families. One of the promises we made in the Throne Speech was to consult with parents and consumers on how our Government can

Legibility requirements - Legibility and Location of Labelling Information - Food - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

https://www.inspection.gc.ca/food/requirements-and-guidance/labelling/industry/legibility-and-location/eng/1328038498730/1328038540376?chap=1

Jan 15, 2019 ...Legibility and Location of Labelling Information Legibility requirements General Exception Specific cases General As per section A.01.016 of the Food and Drugs Regulations (FDR) and section 208 of the Safe Food for Canadians Regulations (SFCR), mandatory information required to appear on a label (definition) of a food must be: clearly and prominently shown

Fortification of Gluten-Free Foods - Former - Allergen-free, gluten-free and precautionary statements - Food - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

https://www.inspection.gc.ca/food/requirements-and-guidance/labelling/-f-for-industry/-f-allergens-and-gluten/eng/1510759857948/1510759858601?chap=3

Jul 30, 2019 ... to fortify gluten-free crackers to replace the nutrients that would have been in enriched wheat flour, when wheat ingredients are replaced with a gluten-free substitute. Crackers are not standardized foods. Although it is possible to label a salad dressing product as a "gluten-free" food when it processed and formulated to replace any gluten ingredients

Nature, natural - Method of production claims - Food - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

https://www.inspection.gc.ca/food/requirements-and-guidance/labelling/industry/method-of-production-claims/eng/1389379565794/1389380926083?chap=3

Mar 8, 2019 ...Method of production claims Nature, natural Flavour descriptors "Nature", "natural", "Mother Nature", "Nature's Way" are terms often misused on labels and in advertisements. Labels and advertisements should not convey the impression that "Nature" has, by some miraculous process, made some foods nutritionally superior to others or has engineered some foods

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