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The Safe and Accurate Food Labeling Act’s Impact

FDA’s steadfast position against formally addressing “Natural” claims on food products may soon be forced to change if the Safe and Accurate Food Labeling Act, which the House of Representatives passed on July 23, 2015, is enacted. The Safe and

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Posted in "All Natural", Food, Food and Drug Administration, Labeling Claims

Don’t Overstep Regulations: Third Circuit Rules that FDA Regulations Trump State Causes of Action in Trans-Fat Labeling Claim

The Third Circuit Court of Appeals recently ruled that FDA regulations preempted a consumer class action complaint alleging that trans-fat content and cholesterol-reduction claims on light spread butter and margarine substitutes misled customers. This decision adds to the growing list

Posted in "No Trans Fat", "Proven to Reduce Cholesterol", Class Action, False Advertising, Food, Food and Drug Administration, Food Drug and Cosmetic Act, Labeling Claims, Nutrition Labeling and Education Act, Preemption

The Not So Surprising PCA Indictment

Federal authorities have brought felony charges against former Peanut Corporation of America officials for their role with the fatal 2009 Salmonella outbreak that sickened over 700 and killed 9.  Although this prosecution may be the most significant of its kind

Posted in Contamination, Drug and Cosmetic Act, Food, Food and Drug Administration, Food Manufacturer, Food Recall, Food Safety, Fraud, Salmonella
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