Be honest. Do you know what “natural” actually means when you see it on food packaging? Does a food product that claims to be “natural” or “all natural” seem more appealing than a food that doesn’t? In Canada: Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) requires that labels and advertisements should not convey the impression that "Nature"..
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We’ve written previously on Understanding Food Labels: the Difference Between Best Before and Expiry Dates. But what if understanding when the food was safe to consume was even easier to understand? In a UK supported Wrap initiative to redefine standards around use-by date labelling, and an attempt to reduce food waste--a company named Mimica Touch..
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The impending legalization of Cannabis is a hot topic across Canada, including the packaging / labelling industry. On March 19, Health Canada released the Proposed Approach to the Regulation of Cannabis-Summary of Comments Received During the Public Consultation. This was a response to the feedback received from the public, stakeholders, practitioners and other interested parties..
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Background Source Nutraceutical Inc. has proudly been working with and managing Canadian-compliant packaging for ONE Brands throughout the products’ maturation and evolvement over the years. ONE has recently beefed-up the look to a cutting-edge appearance and is a rising star on retail shelves and in consumer homes. Featuring exciting, unique and too-good-to-be-true flavours like Maple..
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