Does your product description pass muster? Step into the lawyer’s kitchen with food attorney Jennifer Allen, Partner at Zwillinger Wulkan, as she breaks down FDA labeling regulations on misleading or untrue product claims.
The FDA does allow food companies to make health claims on their product labels, but manufacturers need to be aware of how those claims are worded as well as disqualifying ingredient levels that could put you in the crosshairs of regulators.
Step into the lawyer’s kitchen with food attorney Jennifer Allen, Partner at Zwillinger Wulkan, as she breaks down current organic food labeling regulations and requirements.
Understanding who—and what—is covered under the FDA Produce Safety Rule as well as your options when working with non-covered suppliers can help food manufacturers reduce the risk of receiving contaminated produce.
Don’t let your supplier’s food safety issues become your problem.
Ten questions your company should ask before FDA arrives at your facility.
A routine FDA inspection can lead to significant consequences.
Strategies to navigate the new environment in which food companies operate.
FDA has made it clear that food company executives are not immune to criminal sanctions.
The agency is taking a multi-pronged approach via regulatory enforcement, microbiological testing and criminal punishment.