There are a few options for logos that companies can use on food labels in Canada, but what do they mean to consumers? Any food label using an Organic logo or claim in Canada must adhere to the standards set by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) and must be certified by an authorized..
– Leanne Lutomsky | Regulatory Affairs As much as the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) tries to regulate all aspects of food labelling in Canada, sometimes false claims can sneak through the cracks. Consumers should be aware of false advertising and other tricks used by food manufacturers in order to increase sales and take the..
– Leanne Lutomsky | Regulatory Affairs Almond Milk and Oat Milk and Rice Milk, oh my! When it comes to milk alone, the has never been as many choices as there are today. And milk is just one small sector of the rising trend in plant-based foods. It’s becoming impossible to visit the grocery store..
How would you feel about going out for a nice dinner and upon opening the menu you are face to face with calorie counts for every item in the menu? As per the Healthy Menu Choices Act, this is now a reality in Ontario for all food service providers with 20 or more locations as..
There have been a lot of accounts in the news lately regarding Energy drinks, especially their effect on children and youths. Some of these stories are quite devastating in nature and raise the concern over the potential need for regulation of these drinks and supplements. Before 2011, caffeinated energy drinks were sold to consumers as..