On July 20, 2022, Health Canada published amendments to the Food and Drug Regulations (FDR), introducing new regulations for supplemented foods as a category. These new regulations continue to protect […] Read More >>
In June 2014, the CFIA released a Final Guidance Document indicating the requirements of Consumption Incident Reporting for food commodities that require mandatory reporting as part of their TMA License […] Read More >>
Health Canada releases draft food-natural health product classification guidance document with additional classification information. When marketing and selling a food or natural health product in Canada it is important to […] Read More >>
Performance targets for TMAs has been released. Caffeinated Energy Drinks receive TMA in 100 days if in compliance with new guidance document. Health Canada’s Timelines for Receiving Temporary Marketing Authorisation […] Read More >>
To date there are 350 Product Licence Applications (PLAs) outstanding that should have Temporary Marketing Authorization (TMA) applications in queue at Health Canada. As of September 30, 2012 regulatory […] Read More >>
By Rupika Malhotra, MSc Food, Scientific and Regulatory Affairs Associate Recently, the Food Directorate and the Natural Health Products Directorate have made announcements with regards to new categorization of certain […] Read More >>
By William Morkel, Director of Quality & Compliance February 7, 2012 Sometime in early 2010 the Natural Health Products Directorate (NHPD) decided to halt reviews of all product licence applications […] Read More >>
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Health Canada Announces Proposed New Approach to Regulating Caffeinated Energy Drinks Toronto, Canada, October 11, 2011 – On October 6, Canadian Health Minister Leona Aglukkaq announced a […] Read More >>
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