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Which Food Labeling Claims Put You Most at Risk of a Class Action Lawsuit?

Food labeling class actions — which food labeling claims put you most at risk of a lawsuit?  Popular claims regarding ingredient content or processing methods are often the most common targets for class actions.  Read the views of OFW Law, as… Read More
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Analysis of FDA’s Nutrition Policy Priorities for 2018

The FDA recently released a “2018 Strategic Policy Roadmap” outlining (among other things) its nutrition-related policy priorities for the coming year.  In the Roadmap, FDA lists nutrition as one of its four top issues for this year. The Agency… Read More
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FDA Denies Use of Claim for Vitamin D Reducing MS Risk

Last week, the FDA concluded that there is no credible evidence of a relationship between intake of vitamin D and a reduced risk of multiple sclerosis (MS). The petition, submitted on behalf of Bayer, requested use of the claim “Vitamin D may reduc… Read More
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FDA Expands Authorized Health Claims for Raw Fruits and Vegetables

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has promulgated an interim final rule, effective December 19, 2016, amending the regulation authorizing a health claim on the relationship between dietary saturated fat and cholesterol, and risk of coronary… Read More
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Expect More Food Labeling Changes Even After FDA Finalizes its New “Nutrition Facts” Regulations

FDA is scheduled to issue regulations finalizing its proposed Nutrition Facts label soon according to the US Regulatory Agenda. Many food companies and trade associations are eagerly awaiting the final rules to see how the agency will handle the most… Read More
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