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

Regulations are current to 2019-06-06 and last amended on 2019-05-22. Previous Versions

PART BFoods (continued)

DIVISION 8Dairy Products (continued)

Milk (continued)

 [S]. (naming the flavour) Milk

  • (a) shall be the product made from

    • (i) milk, milk powder, skim milk, skim milk powder, partly skimmed milk, evaporated milk, evaporated partly skimmed milk, evaporated skim milk or cream or any combination thereof,

    • (ii) a flavouring preparation, and

    • (iii) a sweetening agent;

  • (b) shall contain not less than three per cent milk fat;

  • (c) shall contain added vitamin D in such an amount that a reasonable intake of the milk contains not less than 300 International Units and not more than 400 International Units of vitamin D;

  • (d) may contain salt, food colour, lactase, stabilizing agent and not more than 0.5 per cent starch; and

  • (e) may contain not more than 50,000 total aerobic bacteria per cubic centimetre, as determined by official method MFO-7, Microbiological Examination of Milk, November 30, 1981.

  • SOR/78-656, s. 7
  • SOR/82-768, s. 16
  • SOR/84-762, s. 1

 [S]. (naming the flavour) Skim Milk

  • (a) shall be the product made from

    • (i) skim milk, skim milk powder or evaporated skim milk or any combination thereof,

    • (ii) a flavouring preparation, and

    • (iii) a sweetening agent;

  • (b) shall contain not more than 0.3 per cent milk fat;

  • (c) shall, notwithstanding sections D.01.009 and D.01.010, contain added vitamin A in such an amount that a reasonable daily intake of the milk contains not less than 1,200 International Units and not more than 2,500 International Units of vitamin A;

  • (d) shall contain added vitamin D in such an amount that a reasonable daily intake of the milk contains not less than 300 International Units and not more than 400 International Units of vitamin D; and

  • (e) may contain salt, food colour, lactase, stabilizing agent and not more than 0.5 per cent starch.

  • SOR/78-656, s. 8
  • SOR/84-762, s. 2

 [S]. (naming the flavour) Partly (Partially) Skimmed Milk

  • (a) shall be the product made from

    • (i) milk, milk powder, skim milk, skim milk powder, partly skimmed milk, evaporated milk, evaporated partly skimmed milk, evaporated skim milk or cream or any combination thereof,

    • (ii) a flavouring preparation, and

    • (iii) a sweetening agent;

  • (b) shall contain more than 0.3 per cent and less than 3.0 per cent milk fat;

  • (c) shall, notwithstanding sections D.01.009 and D.01.010, contain added vitamin A in such an amount that a reasonable daily intake of the milk contains not less than 1,200 International Units and not more than 2,500 International Units of vitamin A;

  • (d) shall contain added vitamin D in such an amount that a reasonable daily intake of the milk contains not less than 300 International Units and not more than 400 International Units of vitamin D;

  • (e) may contain salt, food colour, lactase, stabilizing agent and not more than 0.5 per cent starch; and

  • (f) may contain not more than 50,000 total aerobic bacteria per cubic centimetre, as determined by official method MFO-7, Microbiological Examination of Milk, November 30, 1981.

  • SOR/78-656, s. 9
  • SOR/82-768, s. 17
  • SOR/84-762, s. 3

 [S]. Skim Milk with Added Milk Solids

  • (a) shall be skim milk to which has been added skim milk powder or evaporated skim milk or both;

  • (b) shall contain not less than 10 per cent milk solids;

  • (c) shall contain not more than 0.3 per cent milk fat;

  • (d) shall, notwithstanding sections D.01.009 and D.01.010, contain added vitamin A in such an amount that a reasonable daily intake of the dairy product contains not less than 1,200 International Units and not more than 2,500 International Units of vitamin A; and

  • (e) shall contain added vitamin D in such an amount that a reasonable daily intake of the milk contains not less than 300 International Units and not more than 400 International Units of vitamin D.

  • SOR/78-656, s. 10

 [S]. Partly Skimmed Milk with Added Milk Solids or Partially Skimmed Milk with Added Milk Solids

  • (a) shall be partly skimmed milk to which has been added skim milk powder, milk powder, evaporated milk, evaporated partly skimmed milk or evaporated skim milk or any combination thereof;

  • (b) shall contain not less than 10 per cent milk solids not including fat; and

  • (c) shall, notwithstanding sections D.01.009 and D.01.010, contain added vitamin A in such an amount that a reasonable daily intake of the milk contains not less than 1,200 International Units and not more than 2,500 International Units of vitamin A; and

  • (d) shall contain added vitamin D in such an amount that a reasonable daily intake of the milk contains not less than 300 International Units and not more than 400 International Units of vitamin D.

 [S]. Malted Milk or Malted Milk Powder

  • (a) shall be the product made by combining milk with the liquid separated from a mash of ground barley malt and meal;

  • (b) may have added to it, in such manner as to secure the full enzyme action of the malt extract, salt and sodium bicarbonate or potassium bicarbonate;

  • (c) may have water removed from it; and

  • (d) shall contain

    • (i) not less than 7.5 per cent milk fat, and

    • (ii) not more than 3.5 per cent moisture.

 [S]. (naming the flavour) Malted Milk or (naming the flavour) Malted Milk Powder

  • (a) shall be malted milk or malted milk powder containing a flavouring preparation; and

  • (b) may contain lactase.

  • SOR/84-762, s. 4

 [S]. (naming the flavour) Skim Milk with Added Milk Solids

  • (a) shall be the product made from

    • (i) skim milk, skim milk powder, or evaporated skim milk or any combination thereof,

    • (ii) a flavouring preparation, and

    • (iii) a sweetening agent;

  • (b) shall contain not less than 10 per cent milk solids not including fat;

  • (c) shall contain not more than 0.3 per cent milk fat;

  • (d) shall, notwithstanding sections D.01.009 and D.01.010, contain added vitamin A in such an amount that a reasonable daily intake of the milk contains not less than 1,200 International Units and not more than 2,500 International Units of vitamin A;

  • (e) shall contain added vitamin D in such an amount that a reasonable daily intake of the milk contains not less than 300 International Units and not more than 400 International Units of vitamin D; and

  • (f) may contain salt, food colour, lactase, stabilizing agent and not more than 0.5 per cent starch.

  • SOR/78-656, s. 11
  • SOR/84-762, s. 5

 No person shall sell milk for manufacture into dairy products if it contains more than

  • (a) two million total aerobic bacteria per millilitre, as determined by official method MFO-7, Microbiological Examination of Milk, November 30, 1981; or

  • (b) two milligrams of sediment per 16 fluid ounces, as determined by official method MFO-8, Determination of Sediment in Milk, November 30, 1981.

  • SOR/82-768, s. 18
 
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