21. (1) Where a dry milk product, butter, butter products or cheddar cheese is graded and labelled in accordance with these Regulations, the grade name shall be shown within the outline of a maple leaf in the same proportion as illustrated in Schedule IV.
(2) Despite subsection (1), the stem of the maple leaf illustrated in Schedule IV may be reduced in proportion to half the illustrated length on a label.
- SOR/88-88, s. 7, 11;
- SOR/89-16, s. 3;
- SOR/89-385, s. 1;
- SOR/90-244, s. 2;
- SOR/98-216, s. 13.
22. A dairy product shall not be marked with any words or symbols descriptive of the quality of the product other than the grade name, unless the President of the Agency has determined that the connotation of quality conveyed by the words or symbols is valid.
- SOR/2000-184, s. 33;
- SOR/2002-354, s. 16.
23. Any information required by these Regulations to be shown on
(a) a prepackaged dairy product shall meet the requirements regarding the use of the official languages and the requirements regarding form and manner set out in the Consumer Packaging and Labelling Regulations; and
(b) a product packed in bulk, shall be shown in at least one official language.
- SOR/90-472, s. 12;
- SOR/95-548, s. 2.
INTERNATIONAL AND INTERPROVINCIAL TRADE
23.1 No person shall market any dairy product for which standards are prescribed by these Regulations in import, export or interprovincial trade unless any advertising of the product meets the applicable requirements of this Part.
- SOR/90-472, s. 13.
24. (1) Subject to subsections (2) to (4), no person shall export a dairy product unless the dairy product
(a) was prepared in a registered establishment in accordance with these Regulations; and
(b) meets the requirements of the standards established by these Regulations for the product.
(2) Subsection (1) does not apply in respect of a shipment of dairy products that
(a) weighs 20 kg or less;
(b) is part of an emigrant’s effects; or
(c) is carried on any vessel, train, motor vehicle, aircraft or other means of transportation for use as food for the crew or passengers thereof.
(3) A dairy product that does not meet the requirements of these Regulations may be exported where
(a) an inspector is provided with a signed statement from the shipper that the dairy product meets the requirements of the importing country; and
(b) the statement referred to in paragraph (a) is included in the export documentation.
(4) Despite paragraphs 23(a) and 73(a), a prepackaged dairy product may be exported if the labelling required by these Regulations is shown in at least one official language.
(5) A dairy product that is not intended for human consumption may be exported without having been prepared in accordance with these Regulations if it is prominently labelled on the principal display panel with the words “Not for human consumption” and “Non destiné à la consommation humaine”.
(6) [Repealed, SOR/96-362, s. 2]
- SOR/88-88, s. 8;
- SOR/90-111, s. 5;
- SOR/96-362, s. 2;
- SOR/98-216, s. 14;
- SOR/2002-438, s. 4.
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