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Food and Drug Regulations (C.R.C., c. 870)

Regulations are current to 2022-09-22 and last amended on 2022-07-21. Previous Versions

SCHEDULE K.1(Subsections B.01.350(1) and B.01.351(1) and (5))

Nutrition Symbols and Formats

Unilingual Horizontal Format

1(EH)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in saturated fat, sugars and sodium. This symbol is in English only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top of the box is the heading “High in” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading is a left-justified black magnifying glass with three bars stacked to its right. There is a small amount of white space between the magnifying glass and the left side of the three bars. This left side forms a concave curve that follows the curvature of the magnifying glass. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between the right side of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is black and contains the words “Sat fat” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. The second bar is black and contains the word “Sugars” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. The third bar is black and contains the word “Sodium” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

1(FH)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in saturated fat, sugars and sodium. This symbol is in French only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top of the box is the heading “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading is a left-justified black magnifying glass with three bars stacked to its right. There is a small amount of white space between the magnifying glass and the left side of the three bars. This left side forms a concave curve that follows the curvature of the magnifying glass. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between the right side of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is black and contains the words “Gras sat.” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. The second bar is black and contains the word “Sucres” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. The third bar is black and contains the word “Sodium” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

2(EH)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in saturated fat and sugars. This symbol is in English only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top of the box is the heading “High in” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading is a left-justified black magnifying glass with three bars stacked to its right. There is a small amount of white space between the magnifying glass and the left side of the three bars. This left side forms a concave curve that follows the curvature of the magnifying glass. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between the right side of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is black and contains the words “Sat fat” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. The second bar is black and contains the word “Sugars” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. The third bar is white, is outlined by a thin black line and contains no words. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

2(FH)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in saturated fat and sugars. This symbol is in French only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top of the box is the heading “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading is a left-justified black magnifying glass with three bars stacked to its right. There is a small amount of white space between the magnifying glass and the left side of the three bars. This left side forms a concave curve that follows the curvature of the magnifying glass. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between the right side of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is black and contains the words “Gras sat.” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. The second bar is black and contains the word “Sucres” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. The third bar is white, is outlined by a thin black line and contains no words. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

3(EH)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in sugars and sodium. This symbol is in English only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top of the box is the heading “High in” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading is a left-justified black magnifying glass with three bars stacked to its right. There is a small amount of white space between the magnifying glass and the left side of the three bars. This left side forms a concave curve that follows the curvature of the magnifying glass. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between the right side of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is white, is outlined by a thin black line and contains no words. The second bar is black and contains the word “Sugars” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. The third bar is black and contains the word “Sodium” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

3(FH)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in sugars and sodium. This symbol is in French only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top of the box is the heading “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading is a left-justified black magnifying glass with three bars stacked to its right. There is a small amount of white space between the magnifying glass and the left side of the three bars. This left side forms a concave curve that follows the curvature of the magnifying glass. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between the right side of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is white, is outlined by a thin black line and contains no words. The second bar is black and contains the word “Sucres” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. The third bar is black and contains the word “Sodium” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

4(EH)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in saturated fat and sodium. This symbol is in English only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top of the box is the heading “High in” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading is a left-justified black magnifying glass with three bars stacked to its right. There is a small amount of white space between the magnifying glass and the left side of the three bars. This left side forms a concave curve that follows the curvature of the magnifying glass. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between the right side of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is black and contains the words “Sat fat” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. The second bar is white, is outlined by a thin black line and contains no words. The third bar is black and contains the word “Sodium” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

4(FH)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in saturated fat and sodium. This symbol is in French only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top of the box is the heading “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading is a left-justified black magnifying glass with three bars stacked to its right. There is a small amount of white space between the magnifying glass and the left side of the three bars. This left side forms a concave curve that follows the curvature of the magnifying glass. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between the right side of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is black and contains the words “Gras sat.” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. The second bar is white, is outlined by a thin black line and contains no words. The third bar is black and contains the word “Sodium” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

5(EH)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in saturated fat. This symbol is in English only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top of the box is the heading “High in” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading is a left-justified black magnifying glass with three bars stacked to its right. There is a small amount of white space between the magnifying glass and the left side of the three bars. This left side forms a concave curve that follows the curvature of the magnifying glass. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between the right side of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is black and contains the words “Sat fat” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. The second and third bars are white, are outlined by a thin black line and contain no words. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

5(FH)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in saturated fat. This symbol is in French only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top of the box is the heading “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading is a left-justified black magnifying glass with three bars stacked to its right. There is a small amount of white space between the magnifying glass and the left side of the three bars. This left side forms a concave curve that follows the curvature of the magnifying glass. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between the right side of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is black and contains the words “Gras sat.” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. The second and third bars are white, are outlined by a thin black line and contain no words. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

6(EH)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in sugars. This symbol is in English only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top of the box is the heading “High in” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading is a left-justified black magnifying glass with three bars stacked to its right. There is a small amount of white space between the magnifying glass and the left side of the three bars. This left side forms a concave curve that follows the curvature of the magnifying glass. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between the right side of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first and third bars are white, are outlined by a thin black line and contain no words. The second bar is black and contains the word “Sugars” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

6(FH)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in sugars. This symbol is in French only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top of the box is the heading “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading is a left-justified black magnifying glass with three bars stacked to its right. There is a small amount of white space between the magnifying glass and the left side of the three bars. This left side forms a concave curve that follows the curvature of the magnifying glass. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between the right side of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first and third bars are white, are outlined by a thin black line and contain no words. The second bar is black and contains the word “Sucres” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

7(EH)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in sodium. This symbol is in English only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top of the box is the heading “High in” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading is a left-justified black magnifying glass with three bars stacked to its right. There is a small amount of white space between the magnifying glass and the left side of the three bars. This left side forms a concave curve that follows the curvature of the magnifying glass. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between the right side of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first and second bars are white, are outlined by a thin black line and contain no words. The third bar is black and contains the word “Sodium” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

7(FH)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in sodium. This symbol is in French only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top of the box is the heading “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading is a left-justified black magnifying glass with three bars stacked to its right. There is a small amount of white space between the magnifying glass and the left side of the three bars. This left side forms a concave curve that follows the curvature of the magnifying glass. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between the right side of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first and second bars are white, are outlined by a thin black line and contain no words. The third bar is black and contains the word “Sodium” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

8(EH)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in saturated fat and sugars. This symbol is in English only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is the heading “High in” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading are two bars that are stacked. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between the right side of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is black and contains the words “Sat fat” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. The second bar is black and contains the word “Sugars” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

8(FH)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in saturated fat and sugars. This symbol is in French only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is the heading “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading are two bars that are stacked. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between the right side of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is black and contains the words “Gras sat.” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. The second bar is black and contains the word “Sucres” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

9(EH)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in sugars and sodium. This symbol is in English only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is the heading “High in” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading are two bars that are stacked. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between the right side of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is black and contains the word “Sugars” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. The second bar is black and contains the word “Sodium” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

9(FH)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in sugars and sodium. This symbol is in French only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is the heading “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading are two bars that are stacked. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between the right side of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is black and contains the word “Sucres” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. The second bar is black and contains the word “Sodium” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

10(EH)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in saturated fat and sodium. This symbol is in English only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is the heading “High in” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading are two bars that are stacked. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between the right side of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is black and contains the words “Sat fat” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. The second bar is black and contains the word “Sodium” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

10(FH)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in saturated fat and sodium. This symbol is in French only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is the heading “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading are two bars that are stacked. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between the right side of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is black and contains the words “Gras sat.” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. The second bar is black and contains the word “Sodium” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

11(EH)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in saturated fat. This symbol is in English only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is the heading “High in” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading is one horizontal bar. There is a small amount of white space between the right side of the bar and the thin black line that outlines the box. The bar is black and contains the words “Sat fat” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

11(FH)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in saturated fat. This symbol is in French only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is the heading “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading is one horizontal bar. There is a small amount of white space between the right side of the bar and the thin black line that outlines the box. The bar is black and contains the words “Gras sat.” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

12(EH)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in sugars. This symbol is in English only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is the heading “High in” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading is one horizontal bar. There is a small amount of white space between the right side of the bar and the thin black line that outlines the box. The bar is black and contains the word “Sugars” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

12(FH)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in sugars. This symbol is in French only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is the heading “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading is one horizontal bar. There is a small amount of white space between the right side of the bar and the thin black line that outlines the box. The bar is black and contains the word “Sucres” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

13(EH)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in sodium. This symbol is in English only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is the heading “High in” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading is one horizontal bar. There is a small amount of white space between the right side of the bar and the thin black line that outlines the box. The bar is black and contains the word “Sodium” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

13(FH)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in sodium. This symbol is in French only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is the heading “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading is one horizontal bar. There is a small amount of white space between the right side of the bar and the thin black line that outlines the box. The bar is black and contains the word “Sodium” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

Unilingual Vertical Format

1(EV)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in saturated fat, sugars and sodium. This symbol is in English only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is the heading “High in” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading are three bars that are stacked. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between both ends of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is black and contains the words “Sat fat” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. The second bar is black and contains the word “Sugars” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. The third bar is black and contains the word “Sodium” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

1(FV)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in saturated fat, sugars and sodium. This symbol is in French only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is the heading “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading are three bars that are stacked. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between both ends of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is black and contains the words “Gras sat.” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. The second bar is black and contains the word “Sucres” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. The third bar is black and contains the word “Sodium” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

2(EV)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in saturated fat and sugars. This symbol is in English only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is the heading “High in” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading are three bars that are stacked. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between both ends of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is black and contains the words “Sat fat” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. The second bar is black and contains the word “Sugars” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. The third bar is white, is outlined by a thin black line and contains no words. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

2(FV)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in saturated fat and sugars. This symbol is in French only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is the heading “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading are three bars that are stacked. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between both ends of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is black and contains the words “Gras sat.” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. The second bar is black and contains the word “Sucres” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. The third bar is white, is outlined by a thin black line and contains no words. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

3(EV)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in sugars and sodium. This symbol is in English only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is the heading “High in” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading are three bars that are stacked. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between both ends of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is white, is outlined by a thin black line and contains no words. The second bar is black and contains the word “Sugars” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. The third bar is black and contains the word “Sodium” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

3(FV)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in sugars and sodium. This symbol is in French only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is the heading “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading are three bars that are stacked. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between both ends of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is white, is outlined by a thin black line and contains no words. The second bar is black and contains the word “Sucres” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. The third bar is black and contains the word “Sodium” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

4(EV)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in saturated fat and sodium. This symbol is in English only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is the heading “High in” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading are three bars that are stacked. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between both ends of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is black and contains the words “Sat fat” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. The second bar is white, is outlined by a thin black line and contains no words. The third bar is black and contains the word “Sodium” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

4(FV)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in saturated fat and sodium. This symbol is in French only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is the heading “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading are three bars that are stacked. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between both ends of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is black and contains the words “Gras sat.” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. The second bar is white, is outlined by a thin black line and contains no words. The third bar is black and contains the word “Sodium” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

5(EV)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in saturated fat. This symbol is in English only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is the heading “High in” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading are three bars that are stacked. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between both ends of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is black and contains the words “Sat fat” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. The second and third bars are white, are outlined by a thin black line and contain no words. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

5(FV)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in saturated fat. This symbol is in French only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is the heading “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading are three bars that are stacked. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between both ends of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is black and contains the words “Gras sat.” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. The second and third bars are white, are outlined by a thin black line and contain no words. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

6(EV)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in sugars. This symbol is in English only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is the heading “High in” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading are three bars that are stacked. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between both ends of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first and third bars are white, are outlined by a thin black line and contain no words. The second bar is black and contains the word “Sugars” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

6(FV)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in sugars. This symbol is in French only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is the heading “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading are three bars that are stacked. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between both ends of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first and third bars are white, are outlined by a thin black line and contain no words. The second bar is black and contains the word “Sucres” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

7(EV)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in sodium. This symbol is in English only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is the heading “High in” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading are three bars that are stacked. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between both ends of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first and second bars are white, are outlined by a thin black line and contain no words. The third bar is black and contains the word “Sodium” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

7(FV)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in sodium. This symbol is in French only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is the heading “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading are three bars that are stacked. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between both ends of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first and second bars are white, are outlined by a thin black line and contain no words. The third bar is black and contains the word “Sodium” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

8(EV)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in saturated fat and sugars. This symbol is in English only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is the heading “High in” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading are two bars that are stacked. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between both ends of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is black and contains the words “Sat fat” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. The second bar is black and contains the word “Sugars” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

8(FV)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in saturated fat and sugars. This symbol is in French only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is the heading “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading are two bars that are stacked. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between both ends of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is black and contains the words “Gras sat.” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. The second bar is black and contains the word “Sucres” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

9(EV)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in sugars and sodium. This symbol is in English only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is the heading “High in” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading are two bars that are stacked. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between both ends of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is black and contains the word “Sugars” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. The second bar is black and contains the word “Sodium” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

9(FV)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in sugars and sodium. This symbol is in French only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is the heading “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading are two bars that are stacked. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between both ends of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is black and contains the word “Sucres” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. The second bar is black and contains the word “Sodium” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

10(EV)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in saturated fat and sodium. This symbol is in English only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is the heading “High in” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading are two bars that are stacked. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between both ends of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is black and contains the words “Sat fat” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. The second bar is black and contains the word “Sodium” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

10(FV)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in saturated fat and sodium. This symbol is in French only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is the heading “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading are two bars that are stacked. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between both ends of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is black and contains the words “Gras sat.” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. The second bar is black and contains the word “Sodium” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

11(EV)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in saturated fat. This symbol is in English only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is the heading “High in” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading is one horizontal bar. There is a small amount of white space between the right side of the bar and the thin black line that outlines the box. The bar is black and contains the words “Sat fat” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

11(FV)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in saturated fat. This symbol is in French only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is the heading “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading is one horizontal bar. There is a small amount of white space between the right side of the bar and the thin black line that outlines the box. The bar is black and contains the words “Gras sat.” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

12(EV)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in sugars. This symbol is in English only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is the heading “High in” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading is one horizontal bar. There is a small amount of white space between the right side of the bar and the thin black line that outlines the box. The bar is black and contains the word “Sugars” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

12(FV)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in sugars. This symbol is in French only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is the heading “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading is one horizontal bar. There is a small amount of white space between the right side of the bar and the thin black line that outlines the box. The bar is black and contains the word “Sucres” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

13(EV)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in sodium. This symbol is in English only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is the heading “High in” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading is one horizontal bar. There is a small amount of white space between the right side of the bar and the thin black line that outlines the box. The bar is black and contains the word “Sodium” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

13(FV)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in sodium. This symbol is in French only. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is the heading “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the first word is in upper case. Under the heading is one horizontal bar. There is a small amount of white space between the right side of the bar and the thin black line that outlines the box. The bar is black and contains the word “Sodium” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

Bilingual Horizontal Format

1(BH)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in saturated fat, sugars and sodium. This symbol is bilingual, with the English text shown first, followed by the French text. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top of the box is a heading composed of the words “High in” followed by a forward slash and the words “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the words “High” and “Élevé” are in upper case. Under the heading is a left-justified black magnifying glass with three bars stacked to its right. There is a small amount of white space between the magnifying glass and the left side of the three bars. This left side forms a concave curve that follows the curvature of the magnifying glass. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between the right side of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is black and contains the words “Sat fat” followed by a forward slash and the words “Gras sat.” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the words “Sat” and “Gras” are in upper case. The second bar is black and contains the word “Sugars” followed by a forward slash and the word “Sucres” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case. The third bar is black and contains the word “Sodium” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” followed by a forward slash and the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

2(BH)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in saturated fat and sugars. This symbol is bilingual, with the English text shown first, followed by the French text. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top of the box is a heading composed of the words “High in” followed by a forward slash and the words “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the words “High” and “Élevé” are in upper case. Under the heading is a left-justified black magnifying glass with three bars stacked to its right. There is a small amount of white space between the magnifying glass and the left side of the three bars. This left side forms a concave curve that follows the curvature of the magnifying glass. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between the right side of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is black and contains the words “Sat fat” followed by a forward slash and the words “Gras sat.” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the words “Sat” and “Gras” are in upper case. The second bar is black and contains the word “Sugars” followed by a forward slash and the word “Sucres” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case. The third bar is white, is outlined by a thin black line and contains no words. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” followed by a forward slash and the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

3(BH)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in sugars and sodium. This symbol is bilingual, with the English text shown first, followed by the French text. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top of the box is a heading composed of the words “High in” followed by a forward slash and the words “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the words “High” and “Élevé” are in upper case. Under the heading is a left-justified black magnifying glass with three bars stacked to its right. There is a small amount of white space between the magnifying glass and the left side of the three bars. This left side forms a concave curve that follows the curvature of the magnifying glass. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between the right side of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is white, is outlined by a thin black line and contains no words. The second bar is black and contains the word “Sugars” followed by a forward slash and the word “Sucres” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case. The third bar is black and contains the word “Sodium” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” followed by a forward slash and the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

4(BH)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in saturated fat and sodium. This symbol is bilingual, with the English text shown first, followed by the French text. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top of the box is a heading composed of the words “High in” followed by a forward slash and the words “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the words “High” and “Élevé” are in upper case. Under the heading is a left-justified black magnifying glass with three bars stacked to its right. There is a small amount of white space between the magnifying glass and the left side of the three bars. This left side forms a concave curve that follows the curvature of the magnifying glass. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between the right side of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is black and contains the words “Sat fat” followed by a forward slash and the words “Gras sat.” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the words “Sat” and “Gras” are in upper case. The second bar is white, is outlined by a thin black line and contains no words. The third bar is black and contains the word “Sodium” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” followed by a forward slash and the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

5(BH)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in saturated fat. This symbol is bilingual, with the English text shown first, followed by the French text. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top of the box is a heading composed of the words “High in” followed by a forward slash and the words “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the words “High” and “Élevé” are in upper case. Under the heading is a left-justified black magnifying glass with three bars stacked to its right. There is a small amount of white space between the magnifying glass and the left side of the three bars. This left side forms a concave curve that follows the curvature of the magnifying glass. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between the right side of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is black and contains the words “Sat fat” followed by a forward slash and the words “Gras sat.” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the words “Sat” and “Gras” are in upper case. The second and third bars are white, are outlined by a thin black line and contain no words. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” followed by a forward slash and the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

6(BH)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in sugars. This symbol is bilingual, with the English text shown first, followed by the French text. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top of the box is a heading composed of the words “High in” followed by a forward slash and the words “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the words “High” and “Élevé” are in upper case. Under the heading is a left-justified black magnifying glass with three bars stacked to its right. There is a small amount of white space between the magnifying glass and the left side of the three bars. This left side forms a concave curve that follows the curvature of the magnifying glass. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between the right side of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first and third bars are white, are outlined by a thin black line and contain no words. The second bar is black and contains the word “Sugars” followed by a forward slash and the word “Sucres” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” followed by a forward slash and the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

7(BH)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in sodium. This symbol is bilingual, with the English text shown first, followed by the French text. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top of the box is a heading composed of the words “High in” followed by a forward slash and the words “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the words “High” and “Élevé” are in upper case. Under the heading is a left-justified black magnifying glass with three bars stacked to its right. There is a small amount of white space between the magnifying glass and the left side of the three bars. This left side forms a concave curve that follows the curvature of the magnifying glass. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between the right side of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first and second bars are white, are outlined by a thin black line and contain no words. The third bar is black and contains the word “Sodium” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” followed by a forward slash and the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

8(BH)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in saturated fat and sugars. This symbol is bilingual, with the English text shown first, followed by the French text. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top of the box is a heading composed of the words “High in” followed by a forward slash and the words “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the words “High” and “Élevé” are in upper case. Under the heading is a left-justified black magnifying glass with two bars stacked to its right. There is a small amount of white space between the magnifying glass and the left side of the two bars. The left side of the two bars forms a concave curve that follows the curvature of the magnifying glass. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between the right side of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is black and contains the words “Sat fat” followed by a forward slash and the words “Gras sat.” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the words “Sat” and “Gras” are in upper case. The second bar is black and contains the word “Sugars” followed by a forward slash and the word “Sucres” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” followed by a forward slash and the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

9(BH)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in sugars and sodium. This symbol is bilingual, with the English text shown first, followed by the French text. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top of the box is a heading composed of the words “High in” followed by a forward slash and the words “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the words “High” and “Élevé” are in upper case. Under the heading is a left-justified black magnifying glass with two bars stacked to its right. There is a small amount of white space between the magnifying glass and the left side of the two bars. The left side of the two bars forms a concave curve that follows the curvature of the magnifying glass. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between the right side of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is black and contains the word “Sugars” followed by a forward slash and the word “Sucres” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case. The second bar is black and contains the word “Sodium” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” followed by a forward slash and the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

10(BH)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in saturated fat and sodium. This symbol is bilingual, with the English text shown first, followed by the French text. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top of the box is a heading composed of the words “High in” followed by a forward slash and the words “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the words “High” and “Élevé” are in upper case. Under the heading is a left-justified black magnifying glass with two bars stacked to its right. There is a small amount of white space between the magnifying glass and the left side of the two bars. The left side of the two bars forms a concave curve that follows the curvature of the magnifying glass. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between the right side of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is black and contains the words “Sat fat” followed by a forward slash and the words “Gras sat.” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the words “Sat” and “Gras” are in upper case. The second bar is black and contains the word “Sodium” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” followed by a forward slash and the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

11(BH)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in saturated fat. This symbol is bilingual, with the English text shown first, followed by the French text. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is a heading composed of the words “High in” followed by a forward slash and the words “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the words “High” and “Élevé” are in upper case. Under the heading is one horizontal bar. There is a small amount of white space between the right side of the bar and the thin black line that outlines the box. The bar is black and contains the words “Sat fat” followed by a forward slash and the words “Gras sat.” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the words “Sat” and “Gras” are in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” followed by a forward slash and the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

12(BH)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in sugars. This symbol is bilingual, with the English text shown first, followed by the French text. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is a heading composed of the words “High in” followed by a forward slash and the words “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the words “High” and “Élevé” are in upper case. Under the heading is one horizontal bar. There is a small amount of white space between the right side of the bar and the thin black line that outlines the box. The bar is black and contains the word “Sugars” followed by a forward slash and the word “Sucres” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” followed by a forward slash and the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

13(BH)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in sodium. This symbol is bilingual, with the English text shown first, followed by the French text. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is a heading composed of the words “High in” followed by a forward slash and the words “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the words “High” and “Élevé” are in upper case. Under the heading is one horizontal bar. There is a small amount of white space between the right side of the bar and the thin black line that outlines the box. The bar is black and contains the word “Sodium” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” followed by a forward slash and the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

Bilingual Vertical Format

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This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in saturated fat, sugars and sodium. This symbol is bilingual, with the English text shown first, followed by the French text. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is a heading composed of the words “High in” above the words “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the words “High” and “Élevé” are in upper case. Under the heading are three bars that are stacked. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between both ends of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is black and contains the words “Sat fat” above the words “Gras sat.” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the words “Sat” and “Gras” are in upper case. The second bar is black and contains the word “Sugars” above the word “Sucres” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case. The third bar is black and contains the word “Sodium” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” above the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

2(BV)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in saturated fat and sugars. This symbol is bilingual, with the English text shown first, followed by the French text. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is a heading composed of the words “High in” above the words “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the words “High” and “Élevé” are in upper case. Under the heading are three bars that are stacked. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between both ends of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is black and contains the words “Sat fat” above the words “Gras sat.” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the words “Sat” and “Gras” are in upper case. The second bar is black and contains the word “Sugars” above the word “Sucres” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case. The third bar is white, is outlined by a thin black line and contains no words. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” above the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

3(BV)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in sugars and sodium. This symbol is bilingual, with the English text shown first, followed by the French text. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is a heading composed of the words “High in” above the words “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the words “High” and “Élevé” are in upper case. Under the heading are three bars that are stacked. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between both ends of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is white, is outlined by a thin black line and contains no words. The second bar is black and contains the word “Sugars” above the word “Sucres” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case. The third bar is black and contains the word “Sodium” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” above the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

4(BV)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in saturated fat and sodium. This symbol is bilingual, with the English text shown first, followed by the French text. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is a heading composed of the words “High in” above the words “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the words “High” and “Élevé” are in upper case. Under the heading are three bars that are stacked. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between both ends of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is black and contains the words “Sat fat” above the words “Gras sat.” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the words “Sat” and “Gras” are in upper case. The second bar is white, is outlined by a thin black line and contains no words. The third bar is black and contains the word “Sodium” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” above the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

5(BV)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in saturated fat. This symbol is bilingual, with the English text shown first, followed by the French text. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is a heading composed of the words “High in” above the words “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the words “High” and “Élevé” are in upper case. Under the heading are three bars that are stacked. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between both ends of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is black and contains the words “Sat fat” above the words “Gras sat.” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the words “Sat” and “Gras” are in upper case. The second and third bars are white, are outlined by a thin black line and contain no words. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” above the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

6(BV)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in sugars. This symbol is bilingual, with the English text shown first, followed by the French text. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is a heading composed of the words “High in” above the words “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the words “High” and “Élevé” are in upper case. Under the heading are three bars that are stacked. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between both ends of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first and third bars are white, are outlined by a thin black line and contain no words. The second bar is black and contains the word “Sugars” above the word “Sucres” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” above the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

7(BV)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in sodium. This symbol is bilingual, with the English text shown first, followed by the French text. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is a heading composed of the words “High in” above the words “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the words “High” and “Élevé” are in upper case. Under the heading are three bars that are stacked. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between both ends of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first and second bars are white, are outlined by a thin black line and contain no words. The third bar is black and contains the word “Sodium” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” above the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

8(BV)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in saturated fat and sugars. This symbol is bilingual, with the English text shown first, followed by the French text. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is a heading composed of the words “High in” above the words “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the words “High” and “Élevé” are in upper case. Under the heading are two bars that are stacked. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between both ends of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is black and contains the words “Sat fat” above the words “Gras sat.” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the words “Sat” and “Gras” are in upper case. The second bar is black and contains the word “Sugars” above the word “Sucres” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” above the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

9(BV)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in sugars and sodium. This symbol is bilingual, with the English text shown first, followed by the French text. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is a heading composed of the words “High in” above the words “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the words “High” and “Élevé” are in upper case. Under the heading are two bars that are stacked. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between both ends of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is black and contains the word “Sugars” above the word “Sucres” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case. The second bar is black and contains the word “Sodium” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” above the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

10(BV)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in saturated fat and sodium. This symbol is bilingual, with the English text shown first, followed by the French text. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is a heading composed of the words “High in” above the words “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the words “High” and “Élevé” are in upper case. Under the heading are two bars that are stacked. There is a small amount of white space between each bar, as well as between both ends of the bars and the thin black line that outlines the box. The first bar is black and contains the words “Sat fat” above the words “Gras sat.” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the words “Sat” and “Gras” are in upper case. The second bar is black and contains the word “Sodium” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” above the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

11(BV)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in saturated fat. This symbol is bilingual, with the English text shown first, followed by the French text. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is a heading composed of the words “High in” above the words “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the words “High” and “Élevé” are in upper case. Under the heading is one horizontal bar. There is a small amount of white space between both ends of the bar and the thin black line that outlines the box. The bar is black and contains the words “Sat fat” above the words “Gras sat.” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the words “Sat” and “Gras” are in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” above the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

12(BV)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in sugars. This symbol is bilingual, with the English text shown first, followed by the French text. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is a heading composed of the words “High in” above the words “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the words “High” and “Élevé” are in upper case. Under the heading is one horizontal bar. There is a small amount of white space between both ends of the bar and the thin black line that outlines the box. The bar is black and contains the word “Sugars” above the word “Sucres” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” above the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.

13(BV)

This figure shows a nutrition symbol for the principal display panel that indicates that a prepackaged product is high in sodium. This symbol is bilingual, with the English text shown first, followed by the French text. There is a white rectangular box outlined by a thin black line. At the top left of the box is a black magnifying glass. To the right of the magnifying glass is a heading composed of the words “High in” above the words “Élevé en” in black, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter of the words “High” and “Élevé” are in upper case. Under the heading is one horizontal bar. There is a small amount of white space between both ends of the bar and the thin black line that outlines the box. The bar is black and contains the word “Sodium” in white, bold, lower case letters, except that the first letter is in upper case. Centred at the bottom of the box are the words “Health Canada” above the words “Santé Canada” in black, lower case letters, except that the first letter of each word is in upper case.
 
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