Food and Drug Regulations
D.01.007 (1) If a component of an ingredient of a prepackaged product set out in the table to subsection B.01.009(1) is a vitamin, no person shall, on the label of or in any advertisement for the prepackaged product, make a statement or claim concerning the vitamin as a component of that ingredient unless
(a) despite subsection B.01.008(6), the vitamin is declared by its common name, and that common name is shown immediately after the ingredient in such a manner as to indicate that the vitamin is a component of that ingredient, except that if a source of a food allergen or gluten is required by paragraph B.01.010.1(8)(a) to be shown immediately after that ingredient, the common name of the vitamin is instead shown immediately after that source; and
(b) all components of the ingredient are declared.
(2) Paragraph (1)(b) does not apply to flour used as an ingredient in the manufacture of a prepackaged product referred to in subsection (1).
- SOR/84-300, s. 59(E);
- SOR/88-559, s. 32;
- SOR/2003-11, s. 30;
- SOR/2011-28, s. 7.
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