This license positions the company to begin shipping beverage inventory to the provinces within weeks
Saskatchewan flaxseed processor using high-quality flexible packaging to make its products shine on the retail shelf and in growing global markets
Minister Bill Blair will announce details of roll-out today
High-speed digital label printer ignites steady production for innovative cannabis production plant
Canadian Packaging editor George Guidoni shares his thoughts on the new Canada’s Food Guide
The new Canada Food Guide recommends that half your plate should be fresh fruits and vegetables
Health Canada says cannabis packaging must be in plain packaging with specific health warnings featured.
Canadian machine-builder leverages cutting-edge automation technologies to develop an effective solution in ongoing global war against counterfeit drugs
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Amendments not expected to fully take affect until 2021.
Bill C-291 hopes to create Canada-wide labeling for foods containing GMOs.
Canadian researchers use bacterial technique to create a new packaging that can control growth of E. coli and Listeria.
Health Canada, in an effort to ensure Canadian consumers are provided with better information to keep themselves safer, announced on February 14, 2011 that all canadian manufacturers of food and drink provide detailed labeling data that must indicate the presence of allergens, gluten and sulphites in the product.
In the recently released Survey of Bisphenol A in Canned Food Products from Canadian Markets, Health Canada says there is no risk from Bisphenol A (BPA) in canned food. BPA is an organic compound and is a building block of…