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Share your thoughts: Consultation on the development of voluntary guidance for providing food information for foods sold to consumers through e-commerce

Current status: Open

This consultation is open from May 9 to July 8, 2022

The sale of foods through e-commerce has increased over recent years and the information provided to consumers is inconsistent and sometimes inadequate to inform food purchases.

Health Canada and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) are seeking feedback on how to help make food information more consistently available and accessible to Canadians when shopping for food online.

How to participate

  1. Read the consultation document: Consultation on the development of voluntary guidance for providing food information for foods sold to consumers through e-commerce
  2. Share your feedback online or respond to the questions in section 7 by email at nut.labelling-etiquetage@hc-sc.gc.ca (subject line: Online Food Labelling Consultation)

Who is the focus of this consultation

Health Canada and the CFIA are seeking comments from:

Key themes for discussion

To inform the development of guidance, Health Canada and the CFIA want to hear from all Canadians on:

Additional questions within the consultation document seek stakeholder input on the:

Related information

Contact us

Email: nut.labelling-etiquetage@hc-sc.gc.ca
Subject line: Consultation on Online Food labelling

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