Labelling Requirements for Processed Products
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Regulated processed fruit and vegetable products that are in compliance with the requirements for all foods prescribed under the Food and Drugs Act (FDA) and Consumer Packaging and Labelling Act (CPLA), but are not compliant with certain requirements prescribed in the Processed Products Regulations (PPR) may be eligible for a Test Market Authorization under the PPR. Additional information can be found in Test Marketing and other Authorizations.
If a food's composition is not compliant with the FDR, such as food additive use that is not provided for, a manufacturer or importer must file a food additive submission with Health Canada prior to the sale of the product. See Health Canada's Guide for the Preparation of Submissions on Food Additives for more information.
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