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Marketing Authorization for Food Additives That May Be Used as Carrier or Extraction Solvents (SOR/2012-216)

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Marketing Authorization for Food Additives That May Be Used as Carrier or Extraction Solvents

SOR/2012-216

FOOD AND DRUGS ACT

Registration 2012-10-03

Marketing Authorization for Food Additives That May Be Used as Carrier or Extraction Solvents

The Minister of Health, pursuant to subsections 30.3(1)Footnote a and 30.5(1)Footnote a of the Food and Drugs ActFootnote b, issues the annexed Marketing Authorization for Food Additives That May Be Used as Carrier or Extraction Solvents.

Ottawa, October 2, 2012

LEONA AGLUKKAQ
Minister of Health

Interpretation

Marginal note:Definitions

  •  (1) The following definitions apply in this Marketing Authorization.

    carrier or extraction solvent

    carrier or extraction solvent means a food additive that is used to dissolve, dilute, extract, disperse, deliver or otherwise physically modify a component, ingredient, food additive or other food, without exerting any other effect on its own. (solvant de support ou d’extraction)

    List

    List means the List of Permitted Carrier or Extraction Solvents published by the Department of Health on its website, as amended from time to time. (Liste)

  • Marginal note:Food and Drug Regulations

    (2) Unless otherwise indicated, a reference in the List to a provision or division is a reference to a provision or division of Part B of the Food and Drug Regulations.

  • Marginal note:Same meaning

    (3) Words and expressions used in the List have the same meaning as in Part B of the Food and Drug Regulations.

Exemptions

Marginal note:Food

  •  (1) When a carrier or extraction solvent that is set out in column 1 of the List is added to a food that is set out in column 2, the food is exempt from the application of paragraphs 4(1)(a) and (d) and sections 6 and 6.1 of the Food and Drugs Act and sections B.01.042, B.01.043 and B.16.007, as applicable, of the Food and Drug Regulations, in respect of the use or presence of the solvent only, if the amount of the solvent does not exceed the maximum residue or maximum level of use for that food that is set out in column 3 or 4, respectively, and if any other condition that is set out in column 4 is met.

  • Marginal note:“Good manufacturing practice”

    (2) When the words “good manufacturing practice” appear in column 4, the exemption applies if the amount of the solvent that is added to the food in manufacturing and processing does not exceed the amount required to accomplish the purpose for which it has been added and if any other condition that is set out in that column is met.

  • Marginal note:Labelling or packaging requirement

    (3) Subsection (1) does not exempt a food for which a standard is prescribed in Part B of the Food and Drug Regulations from the application of any labelling or packaging requirement that is set out in the standard.

Marginal note:Food additives

 A carrier or extraction solvent that is set out in column 1 of the List is exempt from the application of section B.16.100 of the Food and Drug Regulations if, at the time of sale, all of the other requirements in those Regulations that apply in respect of the solvent are met.

Coming into Force

Marginal note:Coming into force

Footnote * This Marketing Authorization comes into force on the day on which section 416 of the Jobs, Growth and Long-term Prosperity Act, chapter 19 of the Statutes of Canada, 2012, comes into force but if the Marketing Authorization is registered after that day, it comes into force on the day on which it is registered.

 
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