Amazon’s New Policy for Supplements

Amazon’s New Policy for Supplements

Supplement manufacturer NOW has expressed concern over the last few years for the number of adulterated products that are being sold on Amazon, conducting independent tests of the products sold on the website to confirm their growing suspicions. Some of the tests that were conducted by NOW of other supplement…
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Regulatory Roundup: Spring 2020

Regulatory Roundup: Spring 2020

2020 not only represents the start of a new decade, but it is definitely proving to be a year to be remembered!  The Source Team has conducted a regulatory roundup to help keep our clients connected with all the latest developments in the Canadian health products sector. Read on to…
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Catch up on the Canadian Cannabis Industry!

Catch up on the Canadian Cannabis Industry!

On October of 2018, the Cannabis Regulations came into force, bringing major change to how cannabis is regulated in Canada. Legalization of different types of cannabis products for medical and recreational use was implemented in a step-wise manner, as follows: How has legalization of Cannabis impacted Canadians?? Adult Canadians (aged…
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Debunking bogus health claims

Debunking bogus health claims

With the holidays creeping around, many consumers are thinking of a New Year’s resolution. Most would say that their number one resolution is to become a healthier version of themselves. Whether that be exercising, dieting, or trying out supplements. Canadians spend hundreds of dollars each year on health products. It…
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Ingredients, Allergens and the Impact of Recalls

Ingredients, Allergens and the Impact of Recalls

More than 2.6 million Canadians live with food allergies, with over half of those being children [1]. While there is no cure for food allergies, it can be managed by avoiding the food allergen through carefully examining food labels. Food allergens can be present in the most unexpected places, so how…
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Self-Care Framework Updates

Self-Care Framework Updates

Canadians use every day products like: cosmetic products for personal hygiene, pain relievers, vitamins, minerals, sunscreens, etc. All these products are called “self-care products”. Self-Care products encompass cosmetic products, natural health products and non-prescription drug products. Canadians use self-care products to maintain their health, treat minor ailments or improve overall…
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On The Road Again: Cosmoprof America Las Vegas

On The Road Again: Cosmoprof America Las Vegas

Our team is looking forward to attending the leading B2B Beauty trade show again this year! Cosmoprof North America in Las Vegas remains the single most important networking opportunity in the United States for all sectors of the global beauty industry. Attending the show this year is our Director of…
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Get Your Edible Answers Here!

Get Your Edible Answers Here!

The new class of Cannabis Regulations have been finalized. These regulations will come into force on October 17, 2019 and new products will be available for sale by mid-December 2019 at the earliest to allow you to stuff your Christmas stockings or to ring in the New Year with whatever…
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Where Was Your Food Made?

Where Was Your Food Made?

When shopping, do you find yourself looking for some indication that your food was made in Canada? But what does that really mean? As of now, the Canadian government allows for a couple different types of “origin” claims. Product of Canada Means virtually all major ingredients, processing and labour used…
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Regulating Weed Eaters

Regulating Weed Eaters

The newly published survey results from Deloitte anticipates the Cannabis edibles and infused products will create a booming $2.7 Billion annual market. From the 2,000 adult Canadians surveyed online, the likely edible users plan to consume gummy bears, cookies, brownies or chocolates at least every three months. The proposed new…
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