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  1. Food and Drug Regulations - C.R.C., c. 870 (Section B.01.001)
    Regulations Respecting Food and Drugs
    •  (1) In this Part,

      energy value

      energy value  means, in respect of a food, the amount of energy made available to a person’s body when the chemical constituents of the food, including protein, fat, carbohydrate and alcohol, are metabolized following ingestion of the food by the person; (valeur énergétique)

      ornamental container

      ornamental container  means a container that, except on the bottom, does not have any promotional or advertising material thereon, other than a trademark or common name and that, because of any design appearing on its surface or because of its shape or texture, appears to be a decorative ornament and is sold as a decorative ornament in addition to being sold as the container of a product; (emballage décoratif)

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  2. Food and Drug Regulations - C.R.C., c. 870 (Section B.02.041)
    Regulations Respecting Food and Drugs

     [S]. Gin, other than Hollands, Hollands Gin, Geneva, Geneva Gin, Genever, Genever Gin or Dutch-type Gin,

    • (a) shall be a potable alcoholic beverage obtained

      • (i) by the redistillation of alcohol from food sources with or over juniper berries, or by a mixture of the products of more than one such redistillation, or

      • (ii) by the blending of alcohol from food sources, redistilled with or over juniper berries, with alcohol from food sources or by a mixture of the products of more than one such blending;

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    • (c) may be labelled or advertised as Dry Gin or London Dry Gin if sweetening agents have not been added.

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  3. Food and Drug Regulations - C.R.C., c. 870 (Section B.02.040)
    Regulations Respecting Food and Drugs

     [S]. Hollands, Hollands Gin, Geneva, Geneva Gin, Genever, Genever Gin or Dutch-type Gin

    • (a) shall be a potable alcoholic beverage obtained

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      • (ii) by the redistillation of a combination of malt spirit and not more than four times its volume on an absolute alcohol basis of grain spirit with or over juniper berries, or by a mixture of the products of more than one such redistillation, or

      • (iii) by the blending of malt spirit, redistilled with or over juniper berries, with not more than four times its volume on an absolute alcohol basis of grain spirit or molasses spirit, or by a mixture of the products of more than one such blending;

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    • (d) may be labelled or advertised as being distilled, where subparagraph (a)(i) or (ii) is complied with; and

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  4. Food and Drug Regulations - C.R.C., c. 870 (Section B.02.021)
    Regulations Respecting Food and Drugs

     [S]. Highland Whisky

    • (a) shall be a potable alcoholic beverage blended in Canada from

      • (i) not less than 25 per cent malt whisky calculated on an absolute alcohol basis, distilled in Canada or Scotland, and

    • (b) may, if it contains 51 per cent or more malt whisky distilled in Scotland, be labelled or advertised as containing malt whisky distilled in Scotland.

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