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FSVP compliance dates arrive, challenges to food industry increase

Diane Romza-Kutz June 6, 2017
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The FDA's Foreign Supplier Verification Programs for human and animal foods have gone into effect. Find out how the FDA will approach preliminary enforcement during the first few months of the new regulations. READ MORE

Move over GNC: Crackdown on dietary supplement makers continues

Diane Romza-Kutz May 10, 2016
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The FDA has renewed its outreach to consumers, educating them on important information and the process to report adverse events. In fact, as recently as March of this year, the FDA posted an updated page on how to spot health care fraud scams directed toward the supplement market. READ MORE

FDA-regulated industries: Plan now for these changes in 2016

Diane Romza-Kutz January 28, 2016
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Big changes are in store for the industries of animal health, drug, medical devices and tobacco. Among these, the FDA is expected to continue its scrutiny of animal food safety, ramp up its work in post-approval drug studies and keep a close watch on the evolution of mobile medical devices and e-cigarettes. READ MORE

FDA dishes out major regulatory challenges for food industry in 2016

Diane Romza-Kutz January 25, 2016
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As the FDA continues to intensify its enforcement over its regulated industries, food companies should prepare now to manage their risk by developing and implementing a set of strict compliance programs to avoid enforcement action. READ MORE

GNC lawsuit reflects FDA’s crackdown on dietary supplement industry

Diane Romza-Kutz October 27, 2015
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The dietary supplement industry, through these FDA enforcement actions, is on notice that its products are under increased national scrutiny, and an internal review of ingredients, labels, and new dietary ingredient filings is well-warranted. READ MORE

FDA promotes safety, control by veterinarians in new Rule: Veterinary Feed Directive

Diane Romza-Kutz October 23, 2015
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The FDA recently issued other updated regulations, including updating the Veterinary Feed Directive (VFD) regulations regarding VFDs and VFD Drugs (drugs intended for use in conjunction with animal feeds and pet foods). READ MORE

Long-awaited overhaul of FDA food safety rules arrives – Part III: Hazard Analysis and Risk-Based Preventive Controls

Diane Romza-Kutz October 7, 2015
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The overall focus of this rule requires these plans to continue the FDA’s efforts to ensure the safety of the U.S. food supply and, therefore, each of these plans should be drafted with this in mind. READ MORE

Long-awaited overhaul of FDA food safety rules arrives – Part II: A roadmap for food manufacturers on FDA’s changes to cGMPs

Diane Romza-Kutz September 29, 2015
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With the passage of the Food Safety and Modernization Act (FSMA), the FDA has created a new and updated set of cGMPs in conjunction with the new Hazard Analysis and Risk-Based Preventative Controls (HARPC) program to correct this lag. READ MORE

Animal supplements still in limbo, facing increased FDA scrutiny

Diane Romza-Kutz August 13, 2015
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The thousands of food, agriculture and life sciences companies regulated by the federal government already face a barrage of complicated regulations. Add in significant regulatory uncertainty and a major reorganization of the governing agency and you see the current predicament of the animal supplement industry. READ MORE