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Food and Drug Regulations (C.R.C., c. 870)

Regulations are current to 2022-09-11 and last amended on 2022-07-21. Previous Versions

PART BFoods (continued)

DIVISION 29Supplemented Foods (continued)

Nutrition Labelling (continued)

Additional Information
  •  (1) Subject to subsection (2), the supplemented food facts table may also contain information set out in column 1 of the table to this section.

  • (2) This section does not apply in respect of a vitamin or mineral nutrient that is set out in the supplemented food facts table in accordance with subsection B.29.002(1) if any amount of that vitamin or mineral nutrient has been added as a supplemental ingredient.

  • (3) If information set out in column 1 of the table to this section is included in the supplemented food facts table, it must be expressed using a description set out in column 2, in the unit set out in column 3 and in the manner set out in column 4.

  • (4) For the purposes of subsection (3), the serving of stated size set out in the supplemented food facts table, as expressed in a metric unit, must be used as the basis for determining the information appearing in the supplemented food facts table in respect of the energy value and nutrient content of the supplemented food.

  • (5) The percentage of the daily value for a vitamin or mineral nutrient shown in the supplemented food facts table in accordance with subsection (3) must be established on the basis of the amount, by weight, of the vitamin or mineral nutrient per serving of stated size for the supplemented food, rounded off in the applicable manner set out in column 4 of the table to this section.

  • (6) The amount of omega-6 polyunsaturated fatty acids, omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids and monounsaturated fatty acids must be shown in the supplemented food facts table if

    • (a) the amount of any of those groups of fatty acids or the amount of polyunsaturated fatty acids is shown in the supplemented food facts table or on the label of the supplemented food or in any advertisement for the supplemented food that is made or placed by or on the direction of the manufacturer of the supplemented food; or

    • (b) the amount of any specific fatty acid is shown on the label of the supplemented food or in any advertisement for the supplemented food that is made or placed by or on the direction of the manufacturer of the supplemented food.

  • (7) If the label of the supplemented food, or any advertisement for the supplemented food that is made or placed by or on the direction of the manufacturer, contains a representation, express or implied, that includes information that is set out in column 1 of the table to this section, that information must also be shown in the supplemented food facts table.

  • (8) The supplemented food facts table must show the amount of any added sugar alcohol.

  • (9) The supplemented food facts table must show the amount of any vitamin or mineral nutrient that is declared as a component of an ingredient, other than flour.

  • (10) If information set out in column 1 of the table to this section is included in the supplemented food facts table, it must be shown

    • (a) in English and French; or

    • (b) in one of those languages, if, in accordance with subsection B.01.012(3), the information that is required by these Regulations to be shown on the label may be shown in that language only and is shown on the label in that language.

      TABLE

      Additional Information

      ItemColumn 1Column 2Column 3Column 4
      InformationDescriptionUnitManner of expression
      1Servings per package“Servings per Container”, “(number of units) per Container”, “Servings per Package”, “(number of units) per Package”, “Servings per (naming the package type)”, or “(number of units) per (naming the package type)”The quantity is expressed in number of servings.
      • (1) The quantity is rounded off

        • (a) if it is less than 2, to the nearest multiple of 1;

        • (b) if it is between 2 and 5, to the nearest multiple of 0.5; and

        • (c) if it is more than 5, to the nearest multiple of 1.

      • (2) If a quantity is rounded off, it must be preceded by the word “about”.

      • (3) If the product is of a random weight, the quantity may be declared as “varied”.

      2Energy value“kilojoules” or “kJ”The value is expressed in kilojoules per serving of stated size.The value is rounded off to the nearest multiple of 10 kilojoules.
      3Amount of polyunsaturated fatty acids“Polyunsaturated Fat”, “Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids”, “Polyunsaturated” or “Polyunsaturates”The amount is expressed in grams per serving of stated size.

      The amount is rounded off

      • (a) if it is less than 1 g, to the nearest multiple of 0.1 g;

      • (b) if it is 1 g or more but not more than 5 g, to the nearest multiple of 0.5 g; and

      • (c) if it is more than 5 g, to the nearest multiple of 1 g.

      4Amount of omega-6 polyunsaturated fatty acids
      • (1) If the supplemented food facts table includes the amount of polyunsaturated fatty acids: “Omega-6”, “Omega-6 Polyunsaturated Fat”, “Omega-6 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids”, “Omega-6 Polyunsaturates” or “Omega-6 Polyunsaturated”

      • (2) In all other cases: “Omega-6 Polyunsaturated Fat”, “Omega-6 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids”, “Omega-6 Polyunsaturates” or “Omega-6 Polyunsaturated”

      The amount is expressed in grams per serving of stated size.

      The amount is rounded off

      • (a) if it is less than 1 g, to the nearest multiple of 0.1 g;

      • (b) if it is 1 g or more but not more than 5 g, to the nearest multiple of 0.5 g; and

      • (c) if it is more than 5 g, to the nearest multiple of 1 g.

      5Amount of omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids
      • (1) If the supplemented food facts table includes the amount of polyunsaturated fatty acids: “Omega-3”, “Omega-3 Polyunsaturated Fat”, “Omega-3 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids”, “Omega-3 Polyunsaturates” or “Omega-3 Polyunsaturated”

      • (2) In all other cases: “Omega-3 Polyunsaturated Fat”, “Omega-3 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids”, “Omega-3 Polyunsaturates” or “Omega-3 Polyunsaturated”

      The amount is expressed in grams per serving of stated size.

      The amount is rounded off

      • (a) if it is less than 1 g, to the nearest multiple of 0.1 g;

      • (b) if it is 1 g or more but not more than 5 g, to the nearest multiple of 0.5 g; and

      • (c) if it is more than 5 g, to the nearest multiple of 1 g.

      6Amount of monounsaturated fatty acids“Monounsaturated Fat”, “Monounsaturated Fatty Acids”, “Monounsaturates” or “Monounsaturated”The amount is expressed in grams per serving of stated size.

      The amount is rounded off

      • (a) if it is less than 1 g, to the nearest multiple of 0.1 g;

      • (b) if it is 1 g or more but not more than 5 g, to the nearest multiple of 0.5 g; and

      • (c) if it is more than 5 g, to the nearest multiple of 1 g.

      7Amount of soluble fibre“Soluble Fibre” or “Soluble Fiber”The amount is expressed as grams per serving of stated size.

      The amount is rounded off

      • (a) if it is less than 0.5 g, to “0 g”; and

      • (b) if it is 0.5 g or more, to the nearest multiple of 1 g.

      8Amount of insoluble fibre“Insoluble Fibre” or “Insoluble Fiber”The amount is expressed as grams per serving of stated size.

      The amount is rounded off

      • (a) if it is less than 0.5 g, to “0 g”; and

      • (b) if it is 0.5 g or more, to the nearest multiple of 1 g.

      9Amount of sugar alcohol
      • (1) If the supplemented food contains only one type of sugar alcohol: “Sugar Alcohol”, “Polyol” or “(naming the sugar alcohol)”

      • (2) In all other cases: “Sugar Alcohols” or “Polyols”

      The amount is expressed as grams per serving of stated size.

      The amount is rounded off

      • (a) if it is less than 0.5 g, to “0 g”; and

      • (b) if it is 0.5 g or more, to the nearest multiple of 1 g.

      10Amount of starch“Starch”The amount is expressed as grams per serving of stated size.

      The amount is rounded off

      • (a) if it is less than 0.5 g, to “0 g”; and

      • (b) if it is 0.5 g or more, to the nearest multiple of 1 g.

      11Amount of vitamin A“Vitamin A” or “Vit A”

      The amount is expressed

      • (a) in micrograms per serving of stated size; and

      • (b) as a percentage of the daily value per serving of stated size.

      • (1) The amount is rounded off

        • (a) if it is less than 5 µg, to “0 µg”;

        • (b) if it is 5 µg or more but less than 50 µg, to the nearest multiple of 10 µg;

        • (c) if it is 50 µg or more but less than 250 µg, to the nearest multiple of 50 µg; and

        • (d) if it is 250 µg or more, to the nearest multiple of 100 µg.

      • (2) The percentage is rounded off

        • (a) if the amount is declared as “0 µg”, to 0%; and

        • (b) in all other cases, to the nearest multiple of 1%.

      12Amount of vitamin C“Vitamin C” or “Vit C”

      The amount is expressed

      • (a) in milligrams per serving of stated size; and

      • (b) as a percentage of the daily value per serving of stated size.

      • (1) The amount is rounded off

        • (a) if it is less than 0.1 mg, to “0 mg”;

        • (b) if it is 0.1 mg or more but less than 1 mg, to the nearest multiple of 0.2 mg;

        • (c) if it is 1 mg or more but less than 5 mg, to the nearest multiple of 0.5 mg; and

        • (d) if it is 5 mg or more, to the nearest multiple of 1 mg.

      • (2) The percentage is rounded off

        • (a) if the amount is declared as “0 mg”, to 0%; and

        • (b) in all other cases, to the nearest multiple of 1%.

      13Amount of vitamin D“Vitamin D” or “Vit D”

      The amount is expressed

      • (a) in micrograms per serving of stated size; and

      • (b) as a percentage of the daily value per serving of stated size.

      • (1) The amount is rounded off

        • (a) if it is less than 0.1 µg, to “0 µg”;

        • (b) if it is 0.1 µg or more but less than 1 µg, to the nearest multiple of 0.2 µg;

        • (c) if it is 1 µg or more but less than 5 µg, to the nearest multiple of 0.5 µg; and

        • (d) if it is 5 µg or more, to the nearest multiple of 1 µg.

      • (2) The percentage is rounded off

        • (a) if the amount is declared as “0 µg”, to 0%; and

        • (b) in all other cases, to the nearest multiple of 1%.

      14Amount of vitamin E“Vitamin E” or “Vit E”

      The amount is expressed

      • (a) in milligrams per serving of stated size; and

      • (b) as a percentage of the daily value per serving of stated size.

      • (1) The amount is rounded off

        • (a) if it is less than 0.05 mg, to “0 mg”;

        • (b) if it is 0.05 mg or more but less than 0.5 mg, to the nearest multiple of 0.1 mg;

        • (c) if it is 0.5 mg or more but less than 2.5 mg, to the nearest multiple of 0.25 mg; and

        • (d) if it is 2.5 mg or more, to the nearest multiple of 0.5 mg.

      • (2) The percentage is rounded off

        • (a) if the amount is declared as “0 mg”, to 0%; and

        • (b) in all other cases, to the nearest multiple of 1%.

      15Amount of vitamin K“Vitamin K” or “Vit K”

      The amount is expressed

      • (a) in micrograms per serving of stated size; and

      • (b) as a percentage of the daily value per serving of stated size.

      • (1) The amount is rounded off

        • (a) if it is less than 0.05 µg, to “0 µg”;

        • (b) if it is 0.05 µg or more but less than 0.5 µg, to the nearest multiple of 0.1 µg;

        • (c) if it is 0.5 µg or more but less than 2.5 µg, to the nearest multiple of 0.25 µg; and

        • (d) if it is 2.5 µg or more, to the nearest multiple of 0.5 µg.

      • (2) The percentage is rounded off

        • (a) if the amount is declared as “0 µg”, to 0%; and

        • (b) in all other cases, to the nearest multiple of 1%.

      16Amount of thiamine“Thiamine”, “Thiamin”, “Thiamine (Vitamin B1)”, “Thiamine (Vit B1)”, “Thiamin (Vitamin B1)” or “Thiamin (Vit B1)”

      The amount is expressed

      • (a) in milligrams per serving of stated size; and

      • (b) as a percentage of the daily value per serving of stated size.

      • (1) The amount is rounded off

        • (a) if it is less than 0.005 mg, to “0 mg”;

        • (b) if it is 0.005 mg or more but less than 0.05 mg, to the nearest multiple of 0.01 mg;

        • (c) if it is 0.05 mg or more but less than 0.25 mg, to the nearest multiple of 0.025 mg; and

        • (d) if it is 0.25 mg or more, to the nearest multiple of 0.05 mg.

      • (2) The percentage is rounded off

        • (a) if the amount is declared as “0 mg”, to 0%; and

        • (b) in all other cases, to the nearest multiple of 1%.

      17Amount of riboflavin“Riboflavin”, “Riboflavin (Vitamin B2)” or “Riboflavin (Vit B2)”

      The amount is expressed

      • (a) in milligrams per serving of stated size; and

      • (b) as a percentage of the daily value per serving of stated size.

      • (1) The amount is rounded off

        • (a) if it is less than 0.005 mg, to “0 mg”;

        • (b) if it is 0.005 mg or more but less than 0.05 mg, to the nearest multiple of 0.01 mg;

        • (c) if it is 0.05 mg or more but less than 0.25 mg, to the nearest multiple of 0.025 mg; and

        • (d) if it is 0.25 mg or more, to the nearest multiple of 0.05 mg.

      • (2) The percentage is rounded off

        • (a) if the amount is declared as “0 mg”, to 0%; and

        • (b) in all other cases, to the nearest multiple of 1%.

      18Amount of niacin“Niacin”

      The amount is expressed

      • (a) in milligrams per serving of stated size; and

      • (b) as a percentage of the daily value per serving of stated size.

      • (1) The amount is rounded off

        • (a) if it is less than 0.05 mg, to “0 mg”;

        • (b) if it is 0.05 mg or more but less than 0.5 mg, to the nearest multiple of 0.1 mg;

        • (c) if it is 0.5 mg or more but less than 2.5 mg, to the nearest multiple of 0.25 mg; and

        • (d) if it is 2.5 mg or more, to the nearest multiple of 0.5 mg.

      • (2) The percentage is rounded off

        • (a) if the amount is declared as “0 mg”, to 0%; and

        • (b) in all other cases, to the nearest multiple of 1%.

      19Amount of vitamin B6“Vitamin B6” or “Vit B6

      The amount is expressed

      • (a) in milligrams per serving of stated size; and

      • (b) as a percentage of the daily value per serving of stated size.

      • (1) The amount is rounded off

        • (a) if it is less than 0.005 mg, to “0 mg”;

        • (b) if it is 0.005 mg or more but less than 0.05 mg, to the nearest multiple of 0.01 mg;

        • (c) if it is 0.05 mg or more but less than 0.25 mg, to the nearest multiple of 0.025 mg; and

        • (d) if it is 0.25 mg or more, to the nearest multiple of 0.05 mg.

      • (2) The percentage is rounded off

        • (a) if the amount is declared as “0 mg”, to 0%; and

        • (b) in all other cases, to the nearest multiple of 1%.

      20Amount of folate“Folate”

      The amount is expressed

      • (a) in micrograms of dietary folate equivalents (DFE) per serving of stated size; and

      • (b) as a percentage of the daily value per serving of stated size.

      • (1) The amount is rounded off

        • (a) if it is less than 1 µg DFE, to “0 µg DFE”;

        • (b) if it is 1 µg DFE or more but less than 10 µg DFE, to the nearest multiple of 2 µg DFE;

        • (c) if it is 10 µg DFE or more but less than 50 µg DFE, to the nearest multiple of 5 µg DFE; and

        • (d) if it is 50 µg DFE or more, to the nearest multiple of 10 µg DFE.

      • (2) The percentage is rounded off

        • (a) if the amount is declared as “0 µg DFE”, to 0%; and

        • (b) in all other cases, to the nearest multiple of 1%.

      21Amount of vitamin B12“Vitamin B12” or “Vit B12

      The amount is expressed

      • (a) in micrograms per serving of stated size; and

      • (b) as a percentage of the daily value per serving of stated size.

      • (1) The amount is rounded off

        • (a) if it is less than 0.005 µg, to “0 µg”;

        • (b) if it is 0.005 µg or more but less than 0.05 µg, to the nearest multiple of 0.01 µg;

        • (c) if it is 0.05 µg or more but less than 0.25 µg, to the nearest multiple of 0.025 µg; and

        • (d) if it is 0.25 µg or more, to the nearest multiple of 0.05 µg.

      • (2) The percentage is rounded off

        • (a) if the amount is declared as “0 µg”, to 0%; and

        • (b) in all other cases, to the nearest multiple of 1%.

      22Amount of biotin“Biotin”

      The amount is expressed

      • (a) in micrograms per serving of stated size; and

      • (b) as a percentage of the daily value per serving of stated size.

      • (1) The amount is rounded off

        • (a) if it is less than 0.05 µg, to “0 µg”;

        • (b) if it is 0.05 µg or more but less than 0.5 µg, to the nearest multiple of 0.1 µg;

        • (c) if it is 0.5 µg or more but less than 2.5 µg, to the nearest multiple of 0.25 µg; and

        • (d) if it is 2.5 µg or more, to the nearest multiple of 0.5 µg.

      • (2) The percentage is rounded off

        • (a) if the amount is declared as “0 µg”, to 0%; and

        • (b) in all other cases, to the nearest multiple of 1%.

      23Amount of pantothenic acid“Pantothenic Acid” or “Pantothenate”

      The amount is expressed

      • (a) in milligrams per serving of stated size; and

      • (b) as a percentage of the daily value per serving of stated size.

      • (1) The amount is rounded off

        • (a) if it is less than 0.01 mg, to “0 mg”;

        • (b) if it is 0.01 mg or more but less than 0.1 mg, to the nearest multiple of 0.02 mg;

        • (c) if it is 0.1 mg or more but less than 0.5 mg, to the nearest multiple of 0.05 mg; and

        • (d) if it is 0.5 mg or more, to the nearest multiple of 0.1 mg.

      • (2) The percentage is rounded off

        • (a) if the amount is declared as “0 mg”, to 0%; and

        • (b) in all other cases, to the nearest multiple of 1%.

      24Amount of choline“Choline”

      The amount is expressed

      • (a) in milligrams per serving of stated size; and

      • (b) as a percentage of the daily value per serving of stated size.

      • (1) The amount is rounded off

        • (a) if it is less than 1 mg, to “0 mg”;

        • (b) if it is 1 mg or more but less than 10 mg, to the nearest multiple of 2 mg;

        • (c) if it is 10 mg or more but less than 50 mg, to the nearest multiple of 5 mg; and

        • (d) if it is 50 mg or more, to the nearest multiple of 10 mg.

      • (2) The percentage is rounded off

        • (a) if the amount is declared as “0 mg”, to 0%; and

        • (b) in all other cases, to the nearest multiple of 1%.

      25Amount of phosphorous“Phosphorus”

      The amount is expressed

      • (a) in milligrams per serving of stated size; and

      • (b) as a percentage of the daily value per serving of stated size.

      • (1) The amount is rounded off

        • (a) if it is less than 5 mg, to “0 mg”;

        • (b) if it is 5 mg or more but less than 50 mg, to the nearest multiple of 10 mg;

        • (c) if it is 50 mg or more but less than 250 mg, to the nearest multiple of 25 mg; and

        • (d) if it is 250 mg or more, to the nearest multiple of 50 mg.

      • (2) The percentage is rounded off

        • (a) if the amount is declared as “0 mg”, to 0%; and

        • (b) in all other cases, to the nearest multiple of 1%.

      26Amount of iodide“Iodide” or “Iodine”

      The amount is expressed

      • (a) in micrograms per serving of stated size; and

      • (b) as a percentage of the daily value per serving of stated size.

      • (1) The amount is rounded off

        • (a) if it is less than 1 µg, to “0 µg”;

        • (b) if it is 1 µg or more but less than 10 µg, to the nearest multiple of 2 µg;

        • (c) if it is 10 µg or more but less than 50 µg, to the nearest multiple of 5 µg; and

        • (d) if it is 50 µg or more, to the nearest multiple of 10 µg.

      • (2) The percentage is rounded off

        • (a) if the amount is declared as “0 µg”, to 0%; and

        • (b) in all other cases, to the nearest multiple of 1%.

      27Amount of magnesium“Magnesium”

      The amount is expressed

      • (a) in milligrams per serving of stated size; and

      • (b) as a percentage of the daily value per serving of stated size.

      • (1) The amount is rounded off

        • (a) if it is less than 1 mg, to “0 mg”;

        • (b) if it is 1 mg or more but less than 10 mg, to the nearest multiple of 2 mg;

        • (c) if it is 10 mg or more but less than 50 mg, to the nearest multiple of 5 mg; and

        • (d) if it is 50 mg or more, to the nearest multiple of 10 mg.

      • (2) The percentage is rounded off

        • (a) if the amount is declared as “0 mg”, to 0%; and

        • (b) in all other cases, to the nearest multiple of 1%.

      28Amount of zinc“Zinc”

      The amount is expressed

      • (a) in milligrams per serving of stated size; and

      • (b) as a percentage of the daily value per serving of stated size.

      • (1) The amount is rounded off

        • (a) if it is less than 0.05 mg, to “0 mg”;

        • (b) if it is 0.05 mg or more but less than 0.5 mg, to the nearest multiple of 0.1 mg;

        • (c) if it is 0.5 mg or more but less than 2.5 mg, to the nearest multiple of 0.25 mg; and

        • (d) if it is 2.5 mg or more, to the nearest multiple of 0.5 mg.

      • (2) The percentage is rounded off

        • (a) if the amount is declared as “0 mg”, to 0%; and

        • (b) in all other cases, to the nearest multiple of 1%.

      29Amount of selenium“Selenium”

      The amount is expressed

      • (a) in micrograms per serving of stated size; and

      • (b) as a percentage of the daily value per serving of stated size.

      • (1) The amount is rounded off

        • (a) if it is less than 0.1 µg, to “0 µg”;

        • (b) if it is 0.1 µg or more but less than 1 µg, to the nearest multiple of 0.2 µg;

        • (c) if it is 1 µg or more but less than 5 µg, to the nearest multiple of 0.5 µg; and

        • (d) if it is 5 µg or more, to the nearest multiple of 1 µg.

      • (2) The percentage is rounded off

        • (a) if the amount is declared as “0 µg”, to 0%; and

        • (b) in all other cases, to the nearest multiple of 1%.

      30Amount of copper“Copper”

      The amount is expressed

      • (a) in milligrams per serving of stated size; and

      • (b) as a percentage of the daily value per serving of stated size.

      • (1) The amount is rounded off

        • (a) if it is less than 0.0015 mg, to “0 mg”;

        • (b) if it is 0.0015 mg or more but less than 0.025 mg, to the nearest multiple of 0.002 mg;

        • (c) if it is 0.025 mg or more but less than 0.05 mg, to the nearest multiple of 0.005 mg; and

        • (d) if it is 0.05 mg or more, to the nearest multiple of 0.01 mg.

      • (2) The percentage is rounded off

        • (a) if the amount is declared as “0 mg”, to 0%; and

        • (b) in all other cases, to the nearest multiple of 1%.

      31Amount of manganese“Manganese”

      The amount is expressed

      • (a) in milligrams per serving of stated size; and

      • (b) as a percentage of the daily value per serving of stated size.

      • (1) The amount is rounded off

        • (a) if it is less than 0.005 mg, to “0 mg”;

        • (b) if it is 0.005 mg or more but less than 0.05 mg, to the nearest multiple of 0.01 mg;

        • (c) if it is 0.05 mg or more but less than 0.25 mg, to the nearest multiple of 0.025 mg; and

        • (d) if it is 0.25 mg or more, to the nearest multiple of 0.05 mg.

      • (2) The percentage is rounded off

        • (a) if the amount is declared as “0 mg”, to 0%; and

        • (b) in all other cases, to the nearest multiple of 1%.

      32Amount of chromium“Chromium”

      The amount is expressed

      • (a) in micrograms per serving of stated size; and

      • (b) as a percentage of the daily value per serving of stated size.

      • (1) The amount is rounded off

        • (a) if it is less than 0.05 µg, to “0 µg”;

        • (b) if it is 0.05 µg or more but less than 0.5 µg, to the nearest multiple of 0.1 µg;

        • (c) if it is 0.5 µg or more but less than 2.5 µg, to the nearest multiple of 0.25 µg; and

        • (d) if it is 2.5 µg or more, to the nearest multiple of 0.5 µg.

      • (2) The percentage is rounded off

        • (a) if the amount is declared as “0 µg”, to 0%; and

        • (b) in all other cases, to the nearest multiple of 1%.

      33Amount of molybdenum“Molybdenum”

      The amount is expressed

      • (a) in micrograms per serving of stated size; and

      • (b) as a percentage of the daily value per serving of stated size.

      • (1) The amount is rounded off

        • (a) if it is less than 0.05 µg, to “0 µg”;

        • (b) if it is 0.05 µg or more but less than 0.5 µg, to the nearest multiple of 0.1 µg;

        • (c) if it is 0.5 µg or more but less than 2.5 µg, to the nearest multiple of 0.25 µg; and

        • (d) if it is 2.5 µg or more, to the nearest multiple of 0.5 µg.

      • (2) The percentage is rounded off

        • (a) if the amount is declared as “0 µg”, to 0%; and

        • (b) in all other cases, to the nearest multiple of 1%.

      34Amount of chloride“Chloride”

      The amount is expressed

      • (a) in milligrams per serving of stated size; and

      • (b) as a percentage of the daily value per serving of stated size.

      • (1) The amount is rounded off

        • (a) if it is less than 5 mg, to “0 mg”;

        • (b) if it is 5 mg or more but less than 50 mg, to the nearest multiple of 10 mg;

        • (c) if it is 50 mg or more but less than 250 mg, to the nearest multiple of 25 mg; and

        • (d) if it is 250 mg or more, to the nearest multiple of 50 mg.

      • (2) The percentage is rounded off

        • (a) if the amount is declared as “0 mg”, to 0%; and

        • (b) in all other cases, to the nearest multiple of 1%.

 
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