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Data: May contain ALLERGENS e.g., sulphites. FDR, Division 2 may not be allowed in some alcoholic beverages or maximum limits may apply. See FDR, Division 2-Standards for Alcoholic Beverages and FDR, Division 16. B.01.008 2(f). Where unknown herbs and other substances that may be novel foods or Natural Health Products are added, contact CFIA or Health Canada
Data: For Sprouting Seeds: CFIA Code of Practice for Hygienic Production of Sprouted Seeds
Cyanide in apricot kernels
Health Canada's Guidance Document - The Use of Probiotic Microorganisms in Food
Data: POTENTIAL HIDDEN ALLERGENS (e.g., wheat, soy, eggs, milk). FDR, Division 13
Data: FDR, Division 3
Data: POTENTIAL HIDDEN ALLERGENS (e.g., milk, soy). FDR, Division 8. Canadian Standards of Identity: Volume 1 - Dairy Products
Data: List of Permitted Food Additives with Other Accepted Uses, List of Permitted pH Adjusting Agents, Acid-Reacting Materials and Water Correcting Agents and List of Permitted Carrier or Extraction Solvents. May not be allowed for use in certain food products or maximum application limits may apply.
Data: FOOD ALLERGENS. FDR, Division 8. Canadian Standards of Identity: Volume 1 - Dairy Products
Data: POTENTIAL HIDDEN ALLERGENS (e.g., nuts, peanuts, milk). FDR, Division 4.
Data: List of Permitted Food Additives with Other Accepted Uses, FDR Div. 1, B.01.047.
Data: POTENTIAL HIDDEN ALLERGENS (e.g., wheat, egg, soy). FDR, Division 9.
Data: POTENTIAL HIDDEN ALLERGENS (e.g., wheat, egg, soy). FDR, Division 4.
Data: POTENTIAL HIDDEN ALLERGENS (e.g., sulphites)
Data: FDR, Division 5
Data: POTENTIAL HIDDEN ALLERGENS (e.g., milk, soy, nuts, peanuts, sesame seeds).
Data: FOOD ALLERGENS (e.g., corn) and/or Potential Hidden Allergens (e.g., corn and wheat). If starch(es) or modified starch(es) is being declared on the label without identifying the Sources. FDR B.13.011
Data: POTENTIAL HIDDEN ALLERGENS (e.g., soy, wheat). FDR Division 8 and Canadian Standards of Identity: Volume 1 - Dairy Products.
Data: POTENTIAL HIDDEN ALLERGENS (e.g., egg, sulphites, soy). FDR, Division 7
Under Division 28 of the Food and Drug Regulations, an edible insect may be considered a "novel food" if it does not have a history of safe use as a food in Canada. Novel foods must be assessed and approved by Health Canada before they can be sold for human consumption
Data: Surplus of egg sent for egg breaking process
Food and Drug Regulations, Division 22; Canadian Grade Compendium, Volume 5 - Eggs, Safe Food for Canadians Regulations; Health Canada Guidance on Reducing the Risk of Salmonella Enteritidis in Shell Eggs Produced in Canada; Imported ungraded shell egg use only in licensed egg processing station. Domestic ungraded shell egg used in both licensed egg processing station and egg grading station.
Data: FOOD ALLERGENS. FDR, B.22.032 to B.22.037; Canadian Standards of Identity: Volume 2 - Processed Egg Products; Preventive controls for eggs and processed egg products
Data: FOOD ALLERGENS. FDR, Division 22 and Canadian Standards of Identity: Volume 2 - Processed Egg Products. Unpasteurised egg products sent to licensed egg processing plant.
Data: FDR, Division 8 and Canadian Standards of Identity: Volume 1 - Dairy Products, Safe Food for Canadians Regulations.
Data: FDR, Division 9
Data: POTENTIAL HIDDEN ALLERGENS (e.g., nuts, sesame seeds, peanuts, soy, corn); FDR, Division 9; Notice of modification: Prohibiting the use of partially hydrogenated oils (PHOs) in foods
Data: FOOD ALLERGENS. FDR, Division 21 and Canadian Standards of Identity: Volume 3 - Fish, Safe Food for Canadians Regulations. The hazard identified per category of species or species in brackets must be taken into consideration, without necessarily excluding other categories or species, further to additional information.
Data: FOOD ALLERGENS FDR, Division 21. The hazard identified per category of species or species in brackets must be taken into consideration, without necessarily excluding other categories or species, further to additional information.
Data: POTENTIAL HIDDEN ALLERGEN (e.g., egg, nuts). FDR, Division 10. Where unknown herbs and other substances that may be novel foods or Natural Health Products are added, contact CFIA or Health Canada.
Data: POTENTIAL HIDDEN ALLERGENS (e.g., soy). FDR, Division 13
Data: Carbon Dioxide is described as a specific incoming material separately. List of Permitted pH Adjusting Agents, Acid-Reacting Materials and Water Correcting Agents. May not be allowed for use in certain food products or maximum application limits may apply.
Data: List of Permitted Anticaking Agents. May not be allowed for use in certain food products or maximum application limits may apply.
Data: POTENTIAL HIDDEN ALLERGENS. List of Permitted Food Additives with Other Accepted Uses. For example, dimethylpolysiloxane formulations. May not be allowed for use in certain food products or maximum application limits may apply.
Data: List of Permitted Bleaching, Maturing or Dough Conditioning Agents. May not be allowed for use in certain food products or maximum application limits may apply.
Carbon Dioxide is described as a specific incoming material separately. Data: List of Permitted Carrier or Extraction Solvents. May not be allowed for use in certain food products or maximum application limits may apply.
Data: POTENTIAL HIDDEN ALLERGENS (e.g., wheat, soy). List of Permitted Emulsifying, Gelling, Stabilizing or Thickening Agents . May not be allowed for use in certain food products or maximum application limits may apply.
Data: List of Permitted Firming Agents . May not be allowed for use in certain food products or maximum application limits may apply.
Data: POTENTIAL HIDDEN ALLERGENS OR FOOD ALLERGEN (e.g., milk). List of Permitted Food Enzymes. May not be allowed for use in certain food products or maximum application limits may apply.
Data: List of Permitted Glazing or Polishing Agents. May not be allowed for use in certain food products or maximum application limits may apply.
Data: Carbon Dioxide is described as a specific incoming material separately. List of Permitted Food Additives with Other Accepted Uses. Some may not be allowed for use in certain food products or maximum application limits may apply.
Data: List of Permitted Preservatives, Class I, II, III, IV. May not be allowed for use in certain food products or maximum application limits may apply.
Data: List of Permitted Sequestering Agents. May not be allowed for use in certain food products or maximum application limits may apply.
Data: List of Permitted Starch-Modifying Agents. May not be allowed for use in certain food products or maximum application limits may apply.
Data: POTENTIAL HIDDEN ALLERGENS (e.g., corn, wheat). List of Permitted Sweeteners. May not be allowed for use in certain food products or maximum application limits may apply.
Data: Carbon Dioxide is described as a specific incoming material separately. List of Permitted Yeast Foods. May not be allowed for use in certain food products or maximum application limits may apply.
Data: POTENTIAL HIDDEN ALLERGENS (e.g., soy). FDR, Division 6 and Division 16, Table III. May not be allowed for use in certain food products or maximum application limits may apply.
Data: FDR, Division 11 and Canadian Standards of Identity: Volume 4 - Processed Fruit or Vegetable Products, Safe Food for Canadians Regulations.
Data: FDR, Division 11, Safe Food for Canadians Regulations
Data: FDR, Division 11 and Canadian Standards of Identity: Volume 4 - Processed Fruit or Vegetable Products, Safe Food for Canadians Regulations.
Data: FDR, Division 11 and Canadian Standards of Identity: Volume 4 - Processed Fruit or Vegetable Products, Safe Food for Canadians Regulations; Preventive controls for unpasteurized fruit juices and ciders (apple and other fruits)
Data: FDR, Division 11 and Canadian Standards of Identity: Volume 4 - Processed Fruit or Vegetable Products, Safe Food for Canadians Regulations.
Data: FDR, Division 11 and Canadian Standards of Identity: Volume 4 - Processed Fruit or Vegetable Products, Safe Food for Canadians Regulations.
Data: FDR, Division 11 and Canadian Standards of Identity: Volume 4 - Processed Fruit or Vegetable Products, Safe Food for Canadians Regulations.
Data: FDR, Division 11 and Canadian Standards of Identity: Volume 4 - Processed Fruit or Vegetable Products, Safe Food for Canadians Regulations.
Data: FDR, Division 18 and Canadian Standards of Identity: Volume 5 - Honey, Safe Food for Canadians Regulations; Preventive controls for honey products
Data: See Miscellaneous Food Additives. List of Permitted Food Additives with Other Accepted Uses.
Data: FDR, Division 12.
Data: To mark meat carcasses and cuts, eggs
Data: FDR, Division 23 and Safe Food for Canadians Regulations (Part 11) for identification of product and ingredients.
Data: POTENTIAL HIDDEN ALLERGENS (e.g., milk, soy). Canadian Standards of Identity: Volume 6 - Maple Products, Safe Food for Canadians Regulations.
Data: POTENTIAL HIDDEN ALLERGENS (e.g., egg, sulphites).
Data: POTENTIAL HIDDEN ALLERGENS (e.g., soy, wheat); FDR, Division 14 and 22; Canadian Standards of Identity: Volume 7 - Meat Products, Safe Food for Canadians Regulations; Preventive controls for E. coli O157/NM in raw beef products; Salmonella control options in frozen raw breaded chicken products
Data: POTENTIAL HIDDEN ALLERGENS. FDR, Division 14 and Canadian Standards of Identity: Volume 7 - Meat Products, Safe Food for Canadians Regulations.
Data: FDR, Division 8 [B.08.33]
Data: FDR, Division 8.
Data: FDR, Division 8 (B.08.006, milk fat and cream B.08.075).
Data: FDR, Division 8 and Canadian Standards of Identity: Volume 1 - Dairy Products, Safe Food for Canadians Regulations.
Data: (used on bakery equipment as a processing aid).
Data: POTENTIAL HIDDEN ALLERGEN (e.g., soy, wheat, egg). They are only allowed in some foods: see FDA and FDR (Part D). Maximum and/or minimum application limits may apply
Data: POTENTIAL HIDDEN ALLERGEN (e.g., wheat, soy)
Data: List of Permitted Food Additives with Other Accepted Uses. See Miscellaneous Food Additives
Data: FOOD ALLERGENS (e.g., nuts, peanuts). POTENTIAL HIDDEN ALLERGENS (e.g., soy, corn, wheat). Nuts are regulated by section B.01.046 n (aflatoxins) of Food and Drugs Regulations
Data: See FDR, Division 23. Guidelines for Determining the Acceptability and Use of Recycled Plastics in Food Packaging Applications; Lists of acceptable polymers for use in food packaging applications
Data: Used Buggy covers, Used chick pads, Key trays, Fiber boxes, etc.
Data: POTENTIAL HIDDEN ALLERGENS (e.g., wheat, soy, egg). FDR, Division 13
Data: POTENTIAL HIDDEN ALLERGENS (e.g., wheat, soy, egg). FDR, Division 13
Data: POTENTIAL HIDDEN ALLERGENS (e.g., wheat, soy). In some cases, could meet the bakery products category criteria
Data: POTENTIAL HIDDEN ALLERGENS (e.g., soy, wheat). Refer to the Processing Aids section of the Industry Labelling Tool for details and examples of processing aids.
Returned graded shell eggs have to be sent to the egg processing station for further processing.
Data: POTENTIAL HIDDEN ALLERGENS (e.g., milk, peanuts, nuts, sulphites, egg, sesame seeds)
Data: FDR, Division 13, Division D.003.002 (pre-cooked rice)
Data: FDR, Division 17
Data: POTENTIAL HIDDEN ALLERGENS (e.g., soy, wheat, nuts, peanuts, egg, sulphites, fish, milk, sesame seeds, mustard)
Data: POTENTIAL HIDDEN ALLERGENS (e.g., sesame seed). FDR, Division 7
Preventive controls for the hygienic production of sprouted seeds
Data: FOOD ALLERGENS. FDR, Division 21 and Canadian Standards of Identity: Volume 3 - Fish, Safe Food for Canadians Regulations. The hazard identified per category of species or species in brackets must be taken into consideration, without necessarily excluding other categories or species, further to additional information. See The identification, analysis and control of hazards that present a risk of contamination of live shellfish.
Data: FOOD ALLERGENS (e.g., milk)
Data: FOOD ALLERGENS.
Data: POTENTIAL HIDDEN ALLERGENS (e.g., sesame seeds, soy, wheat, sulphites), FDR, Division 7. For herbs, Natural Health Products, novel food ingredients and ingredients with therapeutic properties contact Health Canada.
Data: POTENTIAL HIDDEN ALLERGENS (e.g., milk).
Data: FDR, Division 18. For Honey, See Honey and Honey Products
Data: FDR, Division 20
Data: FDR, Division 11, 27 and Canadian Standards of Identity: Volume 4 - Processed Fruit or Vegetable Products, Safe Food for Canadians Regulations.
Data: FDR, Division 11, 27 and Canadian Standards of Identity: Volume 4 - Processed Fruit or Vegetable Products, Safe Food for Canadians Regulations.
Data: FDR, Division 11, 27 and Canadian Standards of Identity: Volume 4 - Processed Fruit or Vegetable Products, Safe Food for Canadians Regulations.
Data: POTENTIAL HIDDEN ALLERGENS (e.g., sulphites). FDR, Division 11
Data: POTENTIAL HIDDEN ALLERGENS (e.g., sulphites). FDR, Division 11 and Canadian Standards of Identity: Volume 4 - Processed Fruit or Vegetable Products, Safe Food for Canadians Regulations.
Data: POTENTIAL HIDDEN ALLERGENS (e.g., sulphites). FDR, Division 11, Canadian Grade Compendium: Volume 2 - Fresh Fruit or Vegetables, Safe Food for Canadians Regulations.
Data: POTENTIAL HIDDEN ALLERGENS (e.g., sulphites). FDR, Division 11 and Canadian Standards of Identity: Volume 4 - Processed Fruit or Vegetable Products, Safe Food for Canadians Regulations.
Data: POTENTIAL HIDDEN ALLERGENS (e.g., sulphites). FDR, Division 11 and Canadian Standards of Identity: Volume 4 - Processed Fruit or Vegetable Products, Safe Food for Canadians Regulations.
Data: FDR, Division 11 and Canadian Standards of Identity: Volume 4 - Processed Fruit or Vegetable Products, Safe Food for Canadians Regulations.
Data: POTENTIAL HIDDEN ALLERGENS (e.g., sulphites). Canadian Standards of Identity: Volume 4 - Processed Fruit or Vegetable Products, Safe Food for Canadians Regulations.
Data: FDR, Division 11 and Canadian Standards of Identity: Volume 4 - Processed Fruit or Vegetable Products, Safe Food for Canadians Regulations.
Data: POTENTIAL HIDDEN ALLERGEN (e.g., sulphites). FDR, Division 19.
Data: POTENTIAL HIDDEN ALLERGEN (e.g., soy, wheat, egg). They are only allowed in some foods: see FDA and FDR (Part D). Maximum and/or minimum application limits may apply
Water for use in the preparation of food; FDR Division Prepackaged water and ice.
Data: Safe Food for Canadians Regulations.


Date modified:
2019-01-15