Bakers Journal

Food Law: When ‘negligible’ means ‘zero’

December 15, 2021
By Jon-Paul Powers, PhD, and Victor Zhao, Gowling WLG

Processing aids are used to fulfil certain technical purposes during the treatment or processing of food products. These include antimicrobial substances used on meat products or enzymes used to extract juice from fruit. In Canada, processing aids are not an express concept defined in legislation, but are defined in policy. Food in Canada reports. | READ MORE

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