Prop 65, California’s right-to-know law that requires clear and reasonable warning for chemicals known to cause cancer or reproductive harm, finds that coffee does not require a cancer warning. What […] Read More >>
  | Canada’s SFCR announced, Prop 65, C-45 passed, animal products, CBD as NHP |   Prop 65 affects most product categories. Ask us how we can help you craft […] Read More >>
Safe Food for Canadians Regulations under SFCA come into force on January 15, 2019.   On June 13, 2018, the Minister of Health announced the publication of the final Safe […] Read More >>
On May 23rd 2018, Health Canada published two new Adverse Reactions Guidance Documents for Marketed Health Products (including Natural Health Products or NHPs) and their reporting. Both come into effect […] Read More >>
The global veterinary and animal equipment market is growing with an estimated compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 8.0% in this 2015 to 2020 time period. This growth is largely […] Read More >>
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has released updated guidance on the proposed Safe Food for Canadians Act (SFCA) and its associated regulations. Included in the release is a step-by-step […] Read More >>
  Canada’s Cannabis Act covers legal, quality-controlled access to cannabis for adults in Canada for medical and recreational uses. Dr. Karol Wojewnik, Vice President of Business Development—Life Sciences discusses how […] Read More >>
The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) reaches across the entire food industry, not just conventional foods. Stakeholders and consumers rarely think of dietary supplements as foods, even though they are […] Read More >>
Since the implementation of the Natural Health Product Regulations (NHPR) on January 1, 2004 a number of products in food formats supplemented with vitamins, minerals, amino acids, herbal and bioactive […] Read More >>
On April 11, 2018, Ontario announced the first four locations for cannabis retail stores, provincially run by the LCBO and the Ontario Cannabis Store (OCS), while other provinces had made […] Read More >>
Regulation of Cannabis in Canada From November 21, 2017 to January 20, 2018, Health Canada launched a 60-day public consultation period for the proposed approach to the regulation of cannabis […] Read More >>
April Newsletter
April 20, 2018 By
New quarter, new look. Exciting changes are happening here at dicentra, including a newly expanded team. We have also elevated our Canadian cannabis operations into a formal division that will truly help you […] 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 >>
Food and animal safety is an integral part of protecting people and animals throughout all steps of the supply chain. Applying these directives throughout transportation is no different. On March […] Read More >>
In early January 2018, the Advertising Standards Canada (ASC), the non-profit industry group that provides guidance to industry and Health Canada on acceptable marketing claims, provided an update to the […] Read More >>
The actual benefits of gluten-free foods remains a hot food safety topic, and continues to be the subject of controversy and debate. On one side are those, including medical professionals, […] Read More >>
dicentra March Newsletter Manufacturing low risk veterinary health products (LRVHP’s) or animal feed ingredients? Selling them in Canada? Meet Thang Nguyen, dicentra’s Senior Scientific Regulatory Affairs Specialist. Abattis Strengthens Regulat Read More >>
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA / March 20, 2018 / Abattis Bioceuticals Corp. (the “Company” or “Abattis”) (CSE: ATT / OTC: ATTBF) is pleased to announce it has signed a letter of […] Read More >>
There has never been a more urgent time to enter the Canadian market with your natural health product (NHP). For those in the know, you may be aware that Health […] Read More >>
In January 2018, the Food Institute hosted a webinar discussing lawsuits that food and beverage manufacturers were being subjected to. These lawsuits were being served to manufacturers of all sizes, […] Read More >>