Supreme Court of Canada refuses to hear appeal by Kraft Foods, Saputo Cheese regarding federal rules requiring cheese makers to use more full-fat milk and less of ingredients typically labeled as milk solids
November 25, 2011
– The Supreme Court of Canada has refused to hear an appeal by Kraft Foods and Saputo Cheese regarding federal rules on cheese ingredients, The Canadian Press reported Nov. 24.
The rules require cheese makers to use more full-fat milk and less of the ingredients typically labeled as milk solids. Kraft and Saputo argued that the rules would boost their costs, raise prices for consumers and threaten cheese making in Canada.
The Supreme Court of Canada gave no reason for its deciding against hearing the appeal.
The primary source of this article is The Canadian Press, Toronto, Ontario, on Nov. 24, 2011.