SAFE FOOD FOR CANADIAN REGULATIONS.
All foods sold in Canada must be labelled and sold as per the requirements of The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA).
Q&R can help with:
Preparing for licencing
Properly preparing a Canadian label.
Including Food Additive Use, Nutrition Labelling, Nutrient Content & Health Claims and Food Fortification.
- Applicability, Exemptions and location
- Nomenclature (Common Names, FDR names, CFIA Food Additive Synonyms, Standardized Food)
- Manner of Declaration (Typography, small packages, order of presentation, component declaration etc.)
- Marketing Authorizations and Temporary Marketing Authorization
How to properly set up and present Canadian nutrition information.
- Activities are subject to licencing, preventive control plans and traceability.
- Many technical documents have been Incorporated by reference, (IbR), for example, standards of identity, organic standards, units of measurement for Net content and preventive control plan requirements.
- Amendments to the Labelling requirements in the SFCR have been made as part of food labelling modernization.