Food and Drug Regulations
(2) Subsection (1) does not apply to
(a) bakery products that are labelled or advertised for consumption by infants;
(b) ascorbic acid used in the following foods that are labelled or advertised for consumption by infants:
(c) soyabean lecithin used in rice cereal labelled or advertised for consumption by infants;
(d) citric acid used in foods that are labelled or advertised for consumption by infants;
(e) infant formula that contains the food additives set out in Tables IV and X to section B.16.100 for use in infant formula;
(f) infant formula that contains ingredients manufactured with food additives set out in Table V to section B.16.100;
(g) infant formula that contains concentrated or dried whey products manufactured with liquid whey to which sodium hexametaphosphate has been added;
(h) infant cereal products that contain amylase in accordance with Table V to section B.16.100;
(i) infant formula that contains ascorbyl palmitate or tocopherols; or
(j) infant formula that contains oils to which ascorbyl palmitate or tocopherols have been added.
- SOR/83-933, s. 1; SOR/90-24, s. 4; SOR/91-149, s. 6; SOR/97-559, s. 1; SOR/2010-40, s. 3; SOR/2010-41, s. 8; SOR/2010-94, s. 6; SOR/2010-141, s. 3.
SODIUM CONTENT IN INFANT FOODS
Column I Column II Food Total Sodium in Grams per 100 Grams of Food 1 Junior Desserts 0.10 2 Junior Meat, Junior Meat Dinners, Junior Dinners, Junior Breakfasts 0.25 3 Junior Vegetables, Junior Soups 0.20 4 Strained Desserts 0.05 5 Strained Meats, Strained Meat Dinners, Strained Dinners, Strained Breakfasts 0.15 6 Strained Vegetables, Strained Soups 0.10
- SOR/78-637, s. 10; SOR/83-933, s. 1.
Column I Column II Column III Item No. Vitamin or Mineral nutrient Minimum amount per 100 available kilocalories Maximum amount per 100 available kilocalories B.1 Biotin 2 mcg — F.1 Folic acid 4 mcg — N.1 Niacin 250 mcg — P.1 d-pantothenic acid 300 mcg — R.1 Riboflavin 60 mcg — T.1 Thiamine 40 mcg — T.2 Alpha-tocopherol 0.6 I.U. — V.1 Vitamin A 250 I.U. 500 I.U. V.2 Vitamin B6 35 mcg — V.3 Vitamin B12 0.15 mcg — V.4 Vitamin C 8 mg — V.5 Vitamin D 40 I.U. 80 I.U. V.6 Vitamin K1 8 mcg — C.1 Calcium 50 mg — C.2 Chloride 55 mg 150 mg C.3 Copper 60 mcg — L.1 Iodine 5 mcg — L.2 Iron 0.15 mg — M.1 Magnesium 6 mg — M.2 Manganese 5 mcg — P.2 Phosphorous 25 mg — P.3 Potassium 80 mg 200 mg S.1 Sodium 20 mg 60 mg Z.1 Zinc 0.5 mg —
- SOR/83-933, s. 1
- SOR/98-458, s. 7(F)
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