Travelers entering Canada may bring food for their personal use, as long as the food is imported within the specified personal exemption limits of the Canadian Food Safe Regulations and there are no restrictions established under other federal legislation, such as the Health Act. of Animals or Plant Protection Law.
When you travel, you must declare all food products that you bring into Canada. For more information, see the website Visitors to Canada.
Be prepared, the CBSA may need to inspect your product at the point of entry (such as border crossings and airports).