Clinical research in Canada has seen a significant uptick in interest from Sponsors and Investigators since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. This interest is perhaps a precipitate of increasing […] Read More >>
Health Canada has recently notified the industry that TMAL (Temporary Marketing Authorization Letter) holders for supplemented foods (and caffeinated energy drinks) which are set to expire on December 31, 2021, […] Read More >>
If you are currently using a COVID-19 Site Licence to manufacture, package, label, or import alcohol-based hand sanitizers, your licence will expire September 30, 2021. Background In August of 2020, […] Read More >>
On July 16, 2021, Health Canada issued a Notice to Interested Parties about a Proposal to amend the Cosmetic Regulations.According to the notice, the Proposal is open to pre-consultation from […] Read More >>
In May of 2021, Health Canada announced a proposal to modernize the regulatory framework for Clinical Trials. This proposal hopes to help improve support the introduction of novel safe and […] Read More >>
Within a business, the organizational work culture integrates larger groups of people, not individuals alone, and this reflects on how these groups interact and behave. Food businesses are no different, […] Read More >>
Back in the 1960s a revolutionary breakthrough in x-ray technology lead to the invention of the dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry (DXA) machine. This new technology, introduced by Dr. Richard Cameron and […] Read More >>
Important update for anyone who manufactures, packages, labels, or imports sesame or products that contain or may contain (come into contact with) sesame into the United States. On April 23, […] Read More >>
Just months after announcing that new documentation would be required for supplements sold on their marketplace, Amazon has again updated their requirements, this time without an announcement. In this latest […] Read More >>
The pathway to market governing the assessment of novel food authorizations in the United Kingdom has recently changed and this could affect your regulatory responsibilities. Prior to Brexit, the European […] Read More >>
Changes are coming to food importers of meat, fish, dairy, eggs, processed eggs, processed fruits and vegetables, honey, maple, fresh fruits and vegetables, and other unstandardized food products. Starting March 15, 2021, […] Read More >>
Dietary supplement marketers selling on Amazon are now being asked to provide testing results and other manufacturing information on their supplement products in order to remain on Amazon’s site for […] Read More >>
In May of 2019, Health Canada announced a “Notice of Consultation on the Prescription Drug List: Vitamin D”. This notice opened up to public consultation the proposal to amend the Prescription […] Read More >>
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