When it comes to food labeling and nutritional information, the health authorities in the USA, Canada, and Europe have a very different approach. But who is ahead and who is behind? An interesting question we explore.
There are many regulations to know and respect when you are a small food producer. We are sharing news and guides on the latest developments in the field of food labeling, both in Canada and in the U.S.
This week, the French TV documentary “Capital” is discussing recent food trends. Among those, hummus and flavored waters, two new food products which bring higher margins for both manufacturers and retailers.
This article is an overview of the compliance guide about the new 2016 Nutrition Facts Labels, issued by the FDA in January 2020 for the small food businesses. The goal is to help you have a strong understanding of the elements that changed. For small food businesses, i.e., food manufacturers with less than $10 million in annual food sales, the compliance date to implement the new 2016 Nutrition Facts labels is January 1, 2021.
Vermont Company Olivia’s Croutons contacted us because they were gearing up to export to Canada. They mandated us to develop and design their bilingual Canadian-compliant food packaging (content and design). This article presents everything that such a project entails.
There are differences between the U.S. and Canada food labels. There are important to know if you want to export your food product to Canada or to the USA.
In 2016, both the USA and Canada made changes to their Food Labeling regulations. This article explains the changes in both regulations.