Food and Drug Regulations
C.01.611 (1) The Minister may, in writing, from time to time require the manufacturer of a drug recommended for administration to animals that may be consumed as food
(a) to file with the Minister in respect of that drug a submission describing in detail tests carried out to verify that the administration of the drug to an animal does not result in a substance named in column II of the List referred to in the Marketing Authorization for Maximum Residue Limits for Veterinary Drugs in Foods being present in a food set out in column III of the List, except in an amount within the maximum residue limit set out in column IV of the List in respect of the food and the substance; and
(b) to print on the principal display panel of the outer label, the inner label and the packaging insert, if any, that describes the drug, a warning that food derived from animals to which the drug has been administered must not be sold for human consumption unless there has elapsed since the administration of the drug a period of time specified by the Minister, based on a review of the available data with respect to drug residues.
(2) No manufacturer shall sell a drug in respect of which the Minister has required a warning to be printed pursuant to paragraph (1)(b) unless the manufacturer has complied with that request.
- SOR/93-467, s. 2
- SOR/2016-74, s. 10
- SOR/2018-69, s. 27
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