CANADA: Substances in products regulated by the F&DA will be subject to new environmental regulations
The Canadian government is set to proceed with the development of environmental assessment regulations for the substances in products regulated by the "Food and Drugs Act" (F&DA), according to Health Minister Allan Rock. This essentially means that ingredients in products such as pharmaceuticals, food additives and novel foods will be required to meet environmental assessment criteria as well as the current health and safety requirements.
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