ACC Label presented a new lecture on “The Food Label, a tool to make informed food choices” to McGill 1st year dietetic students, on January 22nd 2021.
This Fall, ACCLabel recorded its lecture on food labelling to McGill 2nd year dietetic students due to COVID. Interesting experience!
Now available at #Costco: #Folios Parmesan Cheese Wraps from #LotitoFoods, distributed by #Norseland in a packaging approved by #ACCLabel. Folios: endless possibilities for creative chefs!
Now available: Ski Queen Cheeses from Tine, in their new packaging approved by ACC Label.
Now available: Jarlsberg Cheeses from Tine, in their new packaging approved by ACC Label.
Montreal’s virtual SIAL Show has officially begun! Come visit ACC Label’s booth.
Just like a wheel makes up only one part (although important) of a bike, the Nutrition Facts table makes up only one part of a food label. When seeking guidance from a food labelling consulting firm, it helps to know what to ask for. By using the appropriate terminology, it will be easier for you […]
Canadian food labelling is evolving. Major regulatory modifications are about to change the appearance and the contents of ingredient lists and Nutrition Facts tables. Why all these modifications? What should we know? This seminar will present the new regulatory requirements regarding: the declaration of sugars and food colour additives; the new core nutrients to include […]
Thank you to all SIAL Canada visitors who came to ACC Label’s booth. It was great meeting with you all.The winners of the contest for our 2016 Sial Innovation Award winning MesurACC® tool are: Guy Bonraisin, President of Le Petit Breton; Ron Sadler, Managing Director of Twinings North America; Henryette Michaud of l’École des pêches et de l’aquaculture du […]
Do you budget for food labelling errors? Such errors could incur important expenses that can seriously unbalance a budget. Food laws are enacted to protect the public. Those who transgress acts and regulations are liable to government penalties proportional to the offence. Minor labelling errors, with no impact on the health and safety of consumers, […]