The primary law regulating the packaging and labelling of prepackaged consumer goods in Canada is the Consumer Packaging and Labelling Act (Canada) (“CPLA”), which is administered by Canada's Competition Bureau. Both food and non-food products are covered under the CPLA; however, “devices” and “drugs” (as defined under the Food and Drugs Act (Canada)) are not.

type Consumer Packaging and Labelling: Declaring the Basics