Petition to specify the source of gelatine on food labels in Canada - #thoughtforfood
For many people grocery shopping can be challenging due to vague labelling of products. The food ingredient Gelatin, is generally made from animal collagen, primarily pigs and cows. Gelatin is found in a diverse range of products from jellos, marshmallows, cake mixes and yogurts, to salad dressings, wine and french fries. We urge the CFIA to introduce a new regulation to obligate Food providers to specify what kind of Gelatin they use in their products (i.e. Beef Gelatin, Fish Gelatin, Vegetarian Gelatin, Pork Gelatin).
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First and Last Name
Select all that applies. I'm..
I care about gelatine source for different reasons (if possible, specify below)
Do you consume food with gelatine?
Yes, I consume any kind of gelatine
I consume gelatine from cows and fish, not pigs
I consume vegetable gelatine
I don't consume gelatine since it's hard to identify the source of a gelling agent on the package
Did you know what's gelatine made from?
I didn't know source of gelatine
I know gelatine comes from animal by-products, but didn't know there are plant-derived alternatives
I know about different sources of gelatine
How important for you to know what kind of gelatine is being added to your food?
Not that important
Where are you located?
Rest of the World
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