Foods Always Exempt from Carrying a Nutrition Facts Table
The following prepackaged products are always exempt from displaying a Nutrition Facts table (NFT), and cannot lose their exemption [B.01.401(2)(c), FDR]. This applies if the product is:
1. A prepackaged confection, commonly known as a one bite confection, that is sold individually [B.01.401(2)(c)(i), FDR];
Examples: small individually wrapped candies, mints, etc.
2. A prepackaged individual portion of food that is solely intended to be served by a restaurant or other commercial enterprise with meals or snacks [B.01.401(2)(c)(ii), FDR];
Examples: individually portioned crackers served with soup or creamers served with a cup of coffee.
3. Milk, partly skimmed milk, skim milk, goat's milk, partly skimmed goat's milk, skimmed goat's milk, (naming the flavour) milk, (naming the flavour) partly skimmed milk, (naming the flavour) skim milk or cream sold in refillable glass container [B.01.401(2)(c)(iii), FDR].
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