In June, we blogged all about Test Market Authorization (TMAs), what they mean, and how test market provisions now apply to ALL foods. The Marketing Authorization authority is an important Health Canada regulatory tool that implements decisions on Canadian food regulations. Food industry stakeholders can submit requests to change some aspects of the food regulations which may lead..
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What does TMA stand for? Too many acronyms? Take my advice? Test Market Authorization! With the coming into force of the Safe Food for Canadians Regulations (SFCR), test market provisions now apply to ALL foods. Test Market Authorizations (TMAs) are granted to test market a food exempting them from certain requirements for a given period of time-bilingual..
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We have received an advanced copy of the final regulations for new cannabis products which will be released by Health Canada to the general public on June 26, 2019. Source Nutraceutical is now available to assist new and existing companies with the compliance requirements for their edible cannabis, cannabis extracts, and cannabis topicals products.The regulations will come into force on October..
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"Risk comes from not knowing what you’re doing." -Warren Buffet HACCP (pronounced has-sip) which stands for H: Hazard-A: Analysis-C: Critical-C: Control-P: Points is still the best system to manage food safety, to assess the risks and to implement preventive control measures. HACCP was established in the late 1950’s by a group of scientists, the Pillsbury Company and..
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