Health Canada has announced the enter into force of supplemented food labeling requirements, which will be enforced by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA). The supplemented foods regulations allow new products that comply with all applicable requirements to be sold without seeking prior authorization.
The following products are eligible for the transition period and will have until December 31, 2025 to comply with the regulations, including having updated labels:
- Supplemented foods that had a valid temporary marketing authorization letter (TMAL) at the time of the coming into force of the regulations;
- Products that applied for a TMAL before the coming into force of the regulations and subsequently received a Health Canada notification.
Any other new supplemented food entering the market shall immediately comply with the regulations.
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