We cover this in more detail in our Canadian Food Labelling course. The answer is YES. However, exceptions may apply. Until we see you in one of our training courses, you may find a bit of info on the CFIA website at Shipping containers.
We cover this question in virtually all of our Canadian training courses. There are exemptions from official language requirements applicable in certain cases, such as when foods are not for sale to consumers. However, this is not universal. Foods that are low acid are required to provide appropriate storage information in both English and French, always. There are also provincial language considerations that need to be observed.
The answer depends on whether your food exceed applicable thresholds for sugars, sodium and saturated fat per serving of stated size and per applicable reference amount. It also needs to consider if an blanket or conditional exception applies. If FOP is triggered, that when the fun starts. We have a full training course on Just FOP Labelling.