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  1. Safe Food for Canadians Regulations - SOR/2018-108 (Section 247)

     The principal display panel of a prepackaged dairy product, other than a consumer prepackaged dairy product, must bear

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    • (c) in the case of skim milk powder that has a whey protein nitrogen content of not less than 6.0 mg/g, the expression “Low Heat” or “Low Temperature” or “basse température” or the abbreviation “Low Temp.” or “basse temp.”; and

    • (d) in the case of skim milk powder that has a whey protein nitrogen content of not more than 1.5 mg/g, the expression “High Heat” or “High Temperature” or “haute température” or the abbreviation “High Temp.” or “haute temp.”.


  2. Safe Food for Canadians Regulations - SOR/2018-108 (Section 65)
    Marginal note:Temperature and humidity
    •  (1) The temperature and humidity level in a facility or conveyance where a food is manufactured, prepared, stored, packaged or labelled or where a food animal is slaughtered must be maintained at levels that are appropriate for the food or the food animal, as the case may be, and for the activity being conducted.

    • (2) If the facility or conveyance is equipped with a heating, cooling or humidity-control system, the system must

      • (a) if necessary to prevent contamination of a food, be equipped with instruments to control, indicate and record the temperature and humidity levels;


  3. Safe Food for Canadians Regulations - SOR/2018-108 (Section 291)

     The principal display panel of a prepackaged edible meat product that is not a ready-to-eat product but could be mistaken for one must bear

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    • (b) comprehensive cooking instructions — such as a combination of internal temperature and cooking time — that, if followed, will result in a ready-to-eat meat product.


  4. Safe Food for Canadians Regulations - SOR/2018-108 (Section 200)
    Marginal note:Inspection — net quantity
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    • Marginal note:Liquid consumer prepackaged food

      (5) In the case of an inspection of a consumer prepackaged food that consists of a liquid, the net quantity of the food must be determined on the basis of the assumption that the liquid is at a temperature of 20°C.


  5. Safe Food for Canadians Regulations - SOR/2018-108 (Section 103)
    Marginal note:Temperature

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