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Consultation: Proposed regulations for supplemented foods


Jul 05, 2021

Health Canada is seeking feedback on its regulatory proposal for supplemented foods (regulations amending the Food and Drug Regulations). The Food and Drug Regulations do not have provisions directly pertaining to supplemented foods. As an interim measure, Health Canada has issued Temporary Marketing Authorizations (TMAs) to allow supplemented foods on the market on a case-by-case basis. While the food is on the market, TMA holders are required to generate information on their products. This information, in addition to consumer research and consultations, has informed the proposed regulations. These regulations will help protect the health and safety of Canadians while providing clear and predictable regulations for supplemented foods

Opened on June 26 and will close to new input on August 25, 2021

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