Gov’t Silent On Four-Year Review Of Food Labeling

Health Canada is silent on why it’s waited four years to enact a plain-label rule on chemical food additives that is already law in the U.S., E.U. and Australia. The department says it had no deadline on introducing the regulation after raising the issue with food processors in 2010: “I don’t know why they’re stalling on this”.

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