The EU has also filed a case contesting the legality of the US tariffs with the World Trade Organization.
Cranberries, cranberry juice, orange juice, sweetcorn and peanut butter are among the other food products targeted.
Canada said its tariffs of up to 25% on almost $13 billion of American products will take effect on July 1.
"We don't want to do anything that would harm consumers", he said on Thursday. But, he said, the move could hurt India's economic growth as the country diversifies its exports, as well as prompt India "to re-look at USA relations as undependable".
Mexico has already announced its own tariffs on United States goods, and Canada's tariffs on almost $13 billion of USA products are set to take effect next month.
European Union countries retaliatory trade tariffs on a list of U.S. products, agreed in response to USA tariff hikes on steel and aluminium imports from Canada, the EU, and Mexico, will come into force on Friday, the European Commission announced on Wednesday.
"It will be a disaster", said Nagesh Balusu, manager of the Salt Whisky Bar and Dining Room in London and expects the European Union's tariffs to add more than $7 to the price of a bottle of Jack Daniels, which is imported from Tennessee.
However, many lawmakers have expressed concerns that the tariffs will escalate into a trade war that will ultimately hurt American interests.
Why is the European Union retaliating?
The White House last week announced plans to slap 25 percent tariffs on 1,100 Chinese goods, worth $50 billion in imports.
The new duties have been imposed as tensions over trade continued to grow between the USA and China. "The travails of the United States economy have been the result of the costly wars the USA has pursued and the damage done by the greed and dubious practices exposed by the subprime crisis". Bejing will respond in kind.
The Commerce Department is allowing companies to request exemptions from the steel and aluminum tariffs - if they can show that the metals they need aren't available from Americans producers.