Canadian NUTRITION FACTS labelling requirements
All packaged food products for sale in Canada are required to display a Nutrition Facts Table. All aspects of Canadian NFTs are prescribed by the Canadian Food & Drug Regulations and are layed out in the Canadian Food Inspection Agency's Food Labelling for Industry.
Size, colour, legibility & location, font, serving size and method of calculation all need to be considered, and are also different from American and EU requirements.
At Brand Natural we will determine the size, version and orientation of Canadian Nutrition Facts table required on your label based on the product type and size of package. We will work with your lab or ingredient database data to determine its content based on prescribed serving sizes for your type of product.
Canadian Nutrition Facts Table
Bilingual Standard Format
ABOUT OUR CANADIAN LABEL COMPLIANCE SERVICE
Brand Natural is a Vancouver based branding and design studio with a specialty in Canadian Food Labelling solutions for Canadian, American and international brands: nutrition facts and claims, translation and bilingual requirements, CFIA and Health Canada regulations, and package design. Since 2001 Brand Natural has worked with some of the most recognizable Canadian, US and international natural brands as they expand and grow into the Canadian market.
Canadian labelling is about more than simple French translation and making sure that all the mandatory elements are the right size and in the right location. Because we are branders and package designers we approach label compliance from a more wholistic stand point. Our goal is to always deliver Canadian compliant label designs without compromising your brand voice, your hard earned equity, or your over all brand look and feel and we use our knowledge of Canadian labelling and packaging regulations to your advantage.
Send us your current design files and we will return them to you fully compliant, ready for print, and most importantly as beautiful and on brand and message as they were when you sent them to us.