Engaging on Key Proposals to Modernize the Food Labelling System

  • The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) is seeking feedback on specific proposals to modernize regulations and on a new approach for truthful and not misleading food labelling.Complete the online survey – available until February 28, 2017

    A printable copy of the survey – PDF (647 kb) is also available. Please note that all answers must be submitted through the online survey. The survey can be saved at any point and re-visited up to February 28, 2017

PDF CFIA Response to request regarding Division 7 of the Food & Drug Regulations – October 6, 2011

PDF Request for Information on the Use of Carbon Black as a Colourant – September 28, 2010
PDF Comments on the Proposed Re-evaluation Decision – Ethylene Oxide – September 28, 2010
PDF Consultations on Health Canada’s Proposed Policy Intent for Revising Canada’s Gluten-Free Labelling Requirements – June 29, 2010
PDF Consultation on the Proposed Revisions to the Policy on Listeria monocytogenes in Ready-To-Eat Foods – May 7, 2010
PDF Consultation on Food Colour Labelling – May 2, 2010
PDF Consultation on Precautionary Labelling of Food Allergens – February 8, 2010

PDF Request for Data on Chemicals in Batch 8 CMP – BHA in Food – June 30, 2009

PDF Food Allergen and Gluten Sources and Added Sulphites- Letter to Health Canada – November 27, 2008
PDF Division 7 Proposal – September 9, 2008
PDF Technical Report April 25, 2008 – July 24, 2008