B.25.062. (1) Subject to subsection (2), no person shall sell a food that is labelled or advertised for consumption by infants if the food contains a food additive.
(2) Subsection (1) does not apply to
(a) bakery products that are labelled or advertised for consumption by infants;
(b) the following foods that are labelled or advertised for consumption by infants and that contain ascorbic acid:
(i) fruit purées, and
(ii) cereals containing banana;
(c) infant cereal products that contain lecithin;
(d) foods that are labelled or advertised for consumption by infants and that contain citric acid;
(e) infant formula that contains the food additives set out in Tables IV and X to section B.16.100 for use in infant formula;
(f) infant formula that contains ingredients manufactured with food additives set out in Table V to section B.16.100;
(g) infant formula that contains concentrated or dried whey products manufactured with liquid whey to which sodium hexametaphosphate has been added;
(h) infant cereal products that contain amylase in accordance with Table V to section B.16.100;
(i) infant formula that contains ascorbyl palmitate or tocopherols; or
(j) infant formula that contains oils to which ascorbyl palmitate or tocopherols have been added.
- SOR/83-933, s. 1;
- SOR/90-24, s. 4;
- SOR/91-149, s. 6;
- SOR/97-559, s. 1;
- SOR/2010-40, s. 3;
- SOR/2010-41, s. 8;
- SOR/2010-94, s. 6;
- SOR/2010-141, s. 3;
- SOR/2012-105, s. 2.
SODIUM CONTENT IN INFANT FOODS
Column I Column II Food Total Sodium in Grams per 100 Grams of Food 1. Junior Desserts 0.10 2. Junior Meat, Junior Meat Dinners, Junior Dinners, Junior Breakfasts 0.25 3. Junior Vegetables, Junior Soups 0.20 4. Strained Desserts 0.05 5. Strained Meats, Strained Meat Dinners, Strained Dinners, Strained Breakfasts 0.15 6. Strained Vegetables, Strained Soups 0.10
- SOR/78-637, s. 10;
- SOR/83-933, s. 1.
Item No. Column I Column II Column III Vitamin or Mineral nutrient Minimum amount per 100 available kilocalories Maximum amount per 100 available kilocalories B.1 Biotin 2 mcg — F.1 Folic acid 4 mcg — N.1 Niacin 250 mcg — P.1 d-pantothenic acid 300 mcg — R.1 Riboflavin 60 mcg — T.1 Thiamine 40 mcg — T.2 Alpha-tocopherol 0.6 I.U. — V.1 Vitamin A 250 I.U. 500 I.U. V.2 Vitamin B6 35 mcg — V.3 Vitamin B12 0.15 mcg — V.4 Vitamin C 8 mg — V.5 Vitamin D 40 I.U. 80 I.U. V.6 Vitamin K1 8 mcg — C.1 Calcium 50 mg — C.2 Chloride 55 mg 150 mg C.3 Copper 60 mcg — L.1 Iodine 5 mcg — L.2 Iron 0.15 mg — M.1 Magnesium 6 mg — M.2 Manganese 5 mcg — P.2 Phosphorous 25 mg — P.3 Potassium 80 mg 200 mg S.1 Sodium 20 mg 60 mg Z.1 Zinc 0.5 mg —
- SOR/83-933, s. 1;
- SOR/98-458, s. 7(F).
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