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Canada is not that much different than the US when it comes to growing consumer acceptance and demand for supplement products.
If you are planning to market your brand in Canada, there are a few differences we think you should know, to ensure your products meet Canadian compliance and safety regulations.
Dietary supplements in the United States are classified as Natural Health Products (NHPs) in Canada. Unlike the US, where they are defined as foods and not required to submit evidence to the FDA for safety or efficacy, NHPs are regulated as a subset of drugs by Health Canada under the Natural Health Product Regulations. As such, dietary supplement exporters into Canada are required to have licenses to market and sell their products. Licenses are issued by demonstrating to Health Canada that your products are safe, effective, and high quality along with compliant labeling and claims.