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Canada proposes modernized food labels, calls for percentage declarations on emphasized ingredients

Proposed changes to affect 'best before' dates, country of origin declarations, and more

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The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) is seeking feedback on a slew of revised food labeling requirements, that could affect how companies handle country of origin declarations, best before dates, ingredient claims and more.


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