New labelling requirements announced by Health Canada in Canada Gazette, Part II, Volume 156, Number 14 titled “Regulations Amending the Natural Health Products Regulations” have come into effect as of […] Read More >>
Health Canada has announced December 14, 2022, as the new date for when the Canadian Food Inspection Agency’s (CFIA) updated food labelling regulations (which came into effect on December 14, […] Read More >>
With the recent announcement that Coronovirus has gone pandemic, consumers are flooding supermarkets, and preparing for indeterminate periods of self-isolation. All the while the marketplace is reeling, seeing demand for […] Read More >>
Companies following the media coverage surrounding Coronavirus may be interested to know that their Broad Spectrum viricides could be eligible to be used as an Expected Claim related to Emerging […] Read More >>
One of Health Canada’s largest initiatives in the past few years has been the Self-Care Framework, which implements a different approach to regulating products, that are purchased and applied directly […] Read More >>
Last summer, Health Canada implemented the Plain Language Labelling criteria for non-prescription products and has mandated that by June 30, 2021, all products must be compliant at the retail level. […] Read More >>
Service(s) related to this article: Food & Beverages and Product Development & Label Compliance Health Canada has released a notice of proposal describing the regulation of prohibiting the use of […] Read More >>
March 26, 2013: dicentra conducted its first webinar of 2013. Critical American and Canadian updates including FDA’s proposed rules to amend cGMPs for food facilities under FSMA, the FDA’s Draft […] Read More >>
Health Canada Update: Non-Medicinal Ingredient Labeling for Nonprescription Drug Products Clara di Tella, BSc, Pharm QA Regulatory Affairs Specialist Health Canada has released a notice to inform drug manufacturers/sponsors of […] Read More >>
http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/index-eng.php Advisory April 5, 2011-04-07 Consumers with milk or soy allergies are advised that four probiotic natural health products (listed below) are being voluntarily recalled from the market because they […] Read More >>
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