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Found 10 records similar to Ochratoxin A in Wheat Products, Oat Products, Rice Products and Other Grain Products - April 1, 2018 to March 31, 2019
The main objectives of this targeted survey were to expand baseline data on the presence and levels of mycotoxins in corn products, crackers, other grain (non-staple) products, pasta and gluten-free products; and to compare these results to other data, where feasible. Mycotoxins are natural toxins released by moulds that infect agricultural crops before and after harvest. Their human health effects are varied; the health effects depend on the type and level of mycotoxin in the food. Canada does not have maximum levels for the mycotoxins in the products targeted in this survey, with the exception of ochratoxin A (OTA), for which Canada has proposed maximum levels in certain foods.
This policy outlines Health Canada's current approach with respect to compounding of NHPs. The NHP Compounding Policy distinguishes between the manufacturing of natural health products, an activity regulated by the Natural Health Products Regulations (NHP Regulations), and the compounding of natural health products, an activity unregulated by NHP Regulations.
Requirements for marketing natural and non-prescription health products, what to watch for, and how you can help
The Pesticide Product Information Database allows the public to view information on products, active ingredients, and programs related to pesticides and other pest control products that are regulated by Pest Management Regulatory Agency.
Aquaculture, exports of selected Canadian aquaculture products, by destination. Data are available on an annual basis.
Hepatotoxicity caused by exposure to a drug or non-infectious agent is injury or damage to the liver that may be associated with impaired liver function. This document is intended to provide basic considerations for the detection, assessment, mitigation and reporting requirements of hepatotoxicity caused by human health products, both alone and in the presence of other health products, foods or xenobiotics, prior to market authorization by Health Canada.
International trade of culture and sport products, by trading partner, Canada, annual.
The purpose of this Regulatory Directive is to inform registrants, other interested parties and agencies about the legislation and policy on the advertising of pest control products, and to provide some guideline on wording in promotional material and timing of advertising of control products.
International and inter-provincial trade of culture and sport products, provinces and territories, annual.
Today (2021/06/25), in an effort to better support Canadians in their use of these products, Health Canada announced proposed changes to the Natural Health Products Regulations to make NHP labels more clear, legible and easier to understand.