Canada proposes the use of iodine as a supplemental ingredient in foods

November 9, 2022

Health Canada has proposed to allow the usage of iodine as supplemental ingredients in food. The Directorate General of Food states that the safety information for iodine when added to caffeinated energy drinks does not exceed 76 µg per labeled serving size and does not exceed 189 µg per labeled serving size in supplemented foods other than caffeinated energy drinks. The labelling requirements should also be met.

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