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Yes we can. We can review Health Canada's ruling, and offer guidance on a path forward.
The majority of food and beverage products sold in Canada or the US would require a country specific label. Differences between the ingredient and allergen statements to placement of information on a label vary significantly between countries.
In Canada, dietary supplements are considered Natural Health Products. Health Canada has specific licensing and labelling requirements for these products. We can assist you with ensuring your product meets the Canadian requirements.
We take pride in the prompt turn-around time we achieve with projects. Project timelines are dependent on the nature of the work. An average project takes 2-4 weeks to complete.
Our goal is to make this process as smooth and seamless as possible! Reach out to us via email or phone today for your free estimate. We'd love to talk to you!
Licensing requirements vary depending on the type of product you want to sell. We can work with you to determine the specific requirements to sell your product in the market.
COVID hasn't affected our ability to help our clients. We remain open and continue to work in order to serve you. We are continuing business operations as usual, while maintaining focus on our main concern: keeping everyone involved safe and healthy.
There are minimum requirements for bilingual (English and Canadian French) content for all consumer packaging. This answer depends on the type of product, what industry the product is sold, and where your product is being sold throughout the country. There’s also circumstances where only part of the information on your label need to be presented in two languages. To be sure you haven’t missed any French requirements, reach out to the experts at Source.
You do. Once the project is completed we send the final artwork files to you for your records.
Yes. We offer rush services as needed.
We have over 15 years experience balancing what matters most to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) and Health Canada (HC) and specialize in making sure your unique product label is compliant while maintaining your brand's integrity.
We provide custom food and product photography services, as well as custom illustration and artwork for your packaging or promotional materials. We also have access to a large library of stock photography.
This would depend on the type of claim you are wanting to make. Health Canada has outlined a regulatory framework within the Food and Drug Regulations for claims on Canadian food packaging. There are various types of label claims (ie. Organic, Kosher, etc.) and health claims that can be made on Canadian packaging. Our team of experts can help determine what claims you can make on your products.
Durable life date is mandatory to be declared on pre-packaged food with a shelf life of 90 days or less. If you’re not sure about the shelf life of your food product, reach out to us and we can help with conducting shelf life testing.
Yes we can.
Yes we can. We provide bilingual Nutrition Facts table and ingredient lists for food products.
You can obtain a UPC barcode through GS1, or we can take care of that step for you. You cannot use the same barcode for two different markets (ie. US and Canada).
Yes, we offer custom training packages and can tailor it to your specific needs.