Dairy products list cheese Dairy products from a Canadian company can be safely used in foods

Dairy products from a Canadian company can be safely used in foods

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says a company that made dairy products from imported dairy has been granted a food safety exemption.

The agency issued the ruling after the company found the products could be safely eaten in food products.

The exemption allows products that contain dairy from dairy products originating in Canada, but not from other countries.

“Products that are not of dairy origin or that have a low milk content, such as milk powder, cheese, yogurt, cheese products, or cottage cheese, may be acceptable as part of a healthy diet,” the agency said in a statement.

In addition, dairy products that are made from dairy from countries with lower milk content are not eligible for the exemption.

The agency’s decision came in response to an FDA request for information, which was sent to the company on Oct. 10.

The company says it did not receive a response to the request for comment.

The company made its products from dairy that is produced in the United States.

The products are marketed under the brand names, B.L.M., B.M.

M, and B.T.

M and the company’s website says its product line is made from milk from a small herd of cows in southern Ontario.