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Statistical data on number of licensed ferment on premises operators in NS, and the total volume of production of wine and beer compared, excluding kits sold for production at home
Health Canada has notified Fugeia NV that it has no objection to the addition of wheat bran extract (WBE) as a novel food ingredient. The Department has reviewed the information provided by Fugeia NV and conducted the safety assessment which included evaluation of the manufacturing process of WBE, the composition and the nutritional safety of WBE, and the potential for WBE to be toxic or cause an allergic reaction.
This publication provides statistics based on information that the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) collected and processed for all excise duty remitters for the following products: spirits, wine, beer and cannabis products for fiscal years 2018-2019 and 2019-2020.
Grapes, especially the best wine grapes, need mild winters and hot summers. In Canada, these conditions are found in relatively small pockets in the most southerly regions of the country. About 80% of the grapes grown in Canada are used for wine production. Canadian producers sold about 1 billion Canadian dollars worth of wine in Canada and another 116 million Canadian dollars worth abroad in 2001 and 2002.
The main objective of this targeted survey was to generate information on the presence and levels of non-permitted colours in red palm oils available on the Canadian retail market. Colours are added to foods to compensate for the natural colour loss due to processing, to achieve a uniform product colour and to make food appear more appealing. This targeted survey is focused on non-permitted colours, Sudan III and IV, in red palm oils because they are potentially toxic and carcinogenic. Sudan III and IV are red dyes used for industrial products such as textiles, polish and paints and are banned for use in food.
This List of Permitted Carrier or Extraction Solvents sets out authorized food additives used to dissolve, dilute, extract, disperse, deliver or otherwise physically modify a component, ingredient, food additive or other food, without exerting any other effect on its own.
Get statistical data on red meat slaughtered in provincially inspected plants by month and type.
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Health Canada received a food additive submission seeking approval for the use of lycopene extract from tomato as a food colouring agent. The maximum level of use on the basis of the finished food or beverage ranges from 3 ppm to 100 ppm.
The food industry has for some time expressed interest in the use of Spirulina products to impart colour to foods. Health Canada’s Food Directorate received a food additive submission seeking approval for the use of Spirulina extract as a colouring agent in unstandardized confectionery at a maximum level of use of 2%.