Packaging materials, along with construction materials and non-food chemicals, used in federally registered meat processing plants in Canada no Read more about Preregistration of Packaging Materials Used in Federally Registered Canadian Meat Processing Plants No Longer Required
A Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) survey found that all of the canned foods tested for Bisphenol A (BPA) were safe to consume. CFIA Read more about Exposure to BPA Through Food Packaging Not a Health Risk, Says Health Canada
We are importing chinaware that is made in China and reselling it wholesale to restaurants in Canada currently. We would like to enter the US Read more about What are NAFTA Requirements for Housewares Produced in China but Packaged in Canada?
We are making a product in USA but using packaging in China, we will eventually ship to Canada for sale. Do we have to include "Made in China" and Read more about Please Explain the "Made in USA" Requirements for Packaging?
Several months ago, two Canadian agencies—Health Canada and Environment Canada—published a draft risk assessment for bisphenol-A (BPA). It Read more about Canada's rush to judgement on BPA is too rash