Hampton Creek, the manufacturer of eggless spread Just Mayo, has been warned by FDA that its products are in violation of federal standards and proper labeling. Specifically, FDA says the company’s plant-based product fails to meet the definition of mayonnaise, which requires eggs as an ingredient.
A California federal judge dismissed a lawsuit this week against Maker’s Mark distillery that alleged the bourbon manufacturer mislead its customers by marketing and promoting its products as handmade.
It’s probably not the news some in the food industry want to hear, but a new study conducted by the University of Vermont suggests consumers won’t be scared away from purchasing foods containing genetically modified ingredients if those foods would be required to carry a GMO label.
The American Beverage Association has sued the city of San Francisco alleging new legislation passed by city officials that requires health warning labels on sugar-sweetened beverages and prohibits the advertisement of them on city property violates the First Amendment, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.