Tony Badger, the owner of a British food shop in Canada called Brit Foods, has reportedly been told to stop selling Marmite and Irn Bru because they contain illegal additives.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has apparently been cracking down on what it will allow to be sold in Canada, and has been increasing the number of inspections.
Badger has also been told he can no longer sell Penguin bars, Bovril, Lucazade and even Ovaltine.
The products have all been banned as they have "enriched with vitamins and mineral" and others "contained too much animal product." Irn Bru contains Ponceau 4R, which is not on Canada's approved food list.