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Voluntary and Mandatory Claims About Foods and Genetic Engineering

C laims regarding the "non-GMO" status of foods have become commonplace in food labeling. New federal legislation does not define the term "non-GMO," but requires disclosures for...

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Neue Regeln für U.S.-Lebensmittelexporte

Die U.S.-Lebensmittelüberwachungsbehörde FDA reformiert das Lebensmittelrecht. Exportierende Unternehmen sollten die Entwicklung im Blick behalten.

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New Look Labels: Added Sugars

The Nutrition Facts panel will have a new look once the Food and Drug Administration finalizes its 2014 proposed rule. One of the most significant changes that the new label is likely...

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The Proposed Nutrition Label: 10 Tips for Assessing Change

For the first time in over 20 years, the Food and Drug Administration is proposing major revisions to the nutrition facts panel that appears on nearly every label of packaged food.

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FDA Nutrition Labeling Changes

Major and "under the radar" changes in FDA's Proposed Rules on Nutrition Labeling are ahead.

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FDA Reviews GRAS Status of PHOs

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is currently considering comments on its proposed action to declare partially hydrogenated oils (PHOs) unsafe for use in food due to their trans fat...

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FDA's Changing Culture: What Every Food Company Needs to Know

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is undergoing a major culture change, and nowhere is that impact being felt more than in the food industry. While visibly preparing new...

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Trends From 2011 FDA Warning Letters on Adulterated Food

In the last few years, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has become much more inspection-oriented and enforcement-minded. The agency is conducting more inspections of food...

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