Labelling Requirements for Processed Egg Products
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The table below specifies the minimum type sizes for the following label declarations, based on the weight of the container [12(4), PER, 14, 15, CPLR]:
- common name
- the word "Canada" and the registration number within the inspection legend
- net contents (net quantity)
|Size of container||Requirement||Minimum type size|
|1 kg or less||
|1 kg or less||common name and net quantity for products for retail sale [14, 15, CPLR]||1.6 mm|
|> 1 – 4.5 kg||all of the requirements listed in this section||3 mm|
|> 4.5 – 27.5 kg||all of the requirements listed in this section||9 mm Table Note 1|
|> 27.5 kg||all of the requirements listed in this section||12 mm|
- Table Note 1
inspection legend: exception - 5 mm for the word Canada [Directive July 20th, 2000; Processed Egg Manual Chapter 7]
All other labelling requirements are subject to the legibility and location requirements of the Food and Drug Regulations (FDR) and Consumer Packaging and Labelling Regulations (CPLR). Refer to the applicable core labelling requirements outlined on the Industry Labelling Tool for more details.
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