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How to Legally Import and Market Medical Devices in the U.S. and Canada

A Webinar Presented by OFW Law and Davis, LLP October 1, 2014, 1:00 p.m. EST During this webinar, the first of four which OFW Law and Davis LLP are teaming up to present, attendees will learn about the regulatory requirements necessary to successfu… Read More
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White House U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit: Agriculture Prospective

“…agriculture development is critical, because it’s the best way to boost incomes for the majority of the Africans who are farmers, especially as they deal with the impacts of climate change…”  President Obama, August 5, 2014 What is the W… Read More
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Webinar Series: Regulatory Requirements for the Import of Medical Products and Foods Into the U.S. and Canada

Announcing OFW Law and Davis LLP’s New Four-Part Webinar Series: REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS FOR THE IMPORT OF MEDICAL PRODUCTS AND FOODS INTO THE U.S. AND CANADA OFW Law and Davis LLP have joined together to present a new webinar series to provide att… Read More
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How Would an FDA Standard of Identity for Honey Benefit Consumers, the Honey Industry, and U.S. Agriculture? USDA Wants to Know.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) has published a Federal Register notice requesting comments on a possible federal standard of identity for honey. Although the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is th… Read More
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Salt

What should we be eating? We are getting hammered from every angle about what is good for us versus what is bad. Too many carbs, stay away from red meat, don’t trust GE foods, sugar will make you fat. The government wants to regulate. We have been… Read More
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Lupin, A Legume Becoming More Popular In The US, May Cause Allergic Reactions

FDA has issued a Consumer Update (Allergies to a Legume Called Lupin: What You Need to Know) and FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions on Lupin and Allergenicity) on lupin, a legume belonging to the same plant family as peanuts.  According to the agency,… Read More
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FDA’s “Gluten-Free” Labeling Rule Takes Effect

On August 5th, FDA’s regulation defining the claim “gluten-free” for voluntary use in food labeling became effective.  FDA cautions consumers that there may still be some products on store shelves labeled “gluten-free” that do not comply w… Read More
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