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Safe Food for Canadians Regulations (SOR/2018-108)

Regulations are current to 2019-07-01 and last amended on 2019-06-17. Previous Versions

SCHEDULE 7(Section 273)Identification Names for Food Packaged in Syrup or Fruit Juice

Column 1Column 2Column 3
ItemFoodPercentage of Soluble SolidsIdentification Names
1
  • (1) Apricots

  • (2) Blackberries

  • (3) Boysenberries

  • (4) Cherries (sour, pitted)

  • (5) Crabapples

  • (6) Currants

  • (7) Gooseberries

  • (8) Lawtonberries

  • (9) Loganberries

  • (10) Raspberries (red and purple)

  • (11) Rhubarb

  • (12) Strawberries

  • (13) Thimbleberries

  • (14) Apples

  • (15) Blueberries

  • (16) Cherries (sweet)

  • (17) Plums and prune plums

  • (18) Grapefruits

  • (a) ≥ 25% but ≤ 35%

  • (a) Extra Heavy Syrup or Extra Heavy Fruit Juice Syrup

  • (b) ≥ 19% but < 25%

  • (b) Heavy Syrup or Heavy Fruit Juice Syrup

  • (c) ≥ 15% but < 19%

  • (c) Light Syrup or Light Fruit Juice Syrup

  • (d) ≥ 11% but < 15%

  • (d) Slightly Sweetened Water or Slightly Sweetened Fruit Juice

  • (e) Packaged in (naming the Fruit) Juice or Packaged in Mixed Fruit Juice

2
  • (1) Cantaloupes and melons

  • (2) Fruit cocktail

  • (3) Fruit salad and tropical fruit salad

  • (4) Fruits for salad

  • (5) Peaches

  • (6) Pears

  • (7) Pineapples

  • (8) Mandarin oranges

  • (9) Sweet potatoes

  • (a) ≥ 23% but ≤ 35%

  • (a) Extra Heavy Syrup or Extra Heavy Fruit Juice Syrup

  • (b) ≥ 18% but < 23%

  • (b) Heavy Syrup or Heavy Fruit Juice Syrup

  • (c) ≥ 14% but < 18%

  • (c) Light Syrup or Light Fruit Juice Syrup

  • (d) ≥ 10% but < 14%

  • (d) Slightly Sweetened Water or Slightly Sweetened Fruit Juice

  • (e) Packaged in (naming the Fruit) Juice or Packaged in Mixed Fruit Juice

3
  • (1) Maraschino cherries

  • (a) Extra Heavy Syrup or Extra Heavy Fruit Juice Syrup

 
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