Proposed Risk Analysis Approach to set Maximum Levels for Vitamins & Minerals in Supplemented Foods – for Consultation

Health Canada’s Food Directorate scientists have published in the “Risk Analysis Communications” Section of the International Food Risk Analysis Journal (IFRAJ), their proposed risk analysis-based approach to set maximum levels for the addition of vitamins and minerals to food products that would become eligible for Temporary Marketing Authorization, as supplemented foods. This technical paper is open for consultation during a period of 60 days, starting June 2nd, 2014. Comments can be sent to smiu-ugdi@hc-sc.gc.ca

The paper is accessible through the link attached.

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