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Gluten-free labeling regulations go into effect

By Jeremy Gerrard
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As of Tuesday, foods bearing a “gluten-free” label must fall in line with national regulations that stipulate what is, and is not considered a gluten-free food.


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Legal counsel to the food industry reacts to Coke/POM Wonderful ruling

The US Supreme Court held that the FDCA and Lanham Act are complementary with respect to misleading food labels
By Jeremy Gerrard
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The US Supreme Court held that the FDCA and Lanham Act are complementary with respect to misleading food labels.


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AMI says consumers want guidance, not bans

American Meat Institute menu model details how processed meat products can play a role in balanced, healthy diets.
By Jeremy Gerrard
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The menu model uses the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans requirements based on a 2,000-calorie-a-day diet.


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EFSA study says acrylamide increases risk of cancer

By Jeremy Gerrard
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The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) announced this week it is confirming previous studies that suggest acrylamide in food increases the risk of developing cancer.


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Regulatory victory for cattlemen

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Cattle producers are celebrating Congressional action that they contend will ease the burden of the Environmental Protection Agency's Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) rule on smaller operations.


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PMMI’s Food Safety & Traceability Report Dives into FSMA Perceptions & Next Steps

Compliance requires greater traceability capabilities, advanced sanitary equipment construction and thorough training
By Jeremy Gerrard
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Many stakeholders in the food industry are confused about implementation deadlines surrounding FSMA, according to a recent study from PMMI, the Association for Packaging and Processing Technologies.


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Industry groups call for Japan to open for US exports

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Five Washington-based food industry groups have issued a joint statement, urging US trade negotiators to continue to press Japan to open more of its agricultural markets to US exports.


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Court will not reinstate NYC large soda ban

By Jeremy Gerrard
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The New York Court of Appeals ruled Thursday that it would not reinstate New York City’s portion cap rule, passed in 2012 that sought to limit the sale of sugar-sweetened drinks, like soda, to no more than 16 ounces.


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Food safety management systems

The right tools enable long-term success

By Wayne Labs, Senior Technical Editor
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HACCP can’t do it all. A food safety management system uses several tools to promote food safety and prevent recalls. After a recall, it may be too late to save your business.


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Negotiations may help increased exports

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The Obama Administration is winning praise from organizations that say Washington’s ongoing Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations may pave the way for increased exports


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