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Food and Beverage News and Trends


By: Stefanie Jill Fogel, Angela C. Agrusa, Maggie Craig, Amy Pressman

This regular publication by DLA Piper lawyers focuses on helping clients navigate the ever-changing business, legal and regulatory landscape.

Topics in this edition include:

  • First pre-market consultation for a human food made from cultured animal cells
  • Bio-engineered salmon
  • Long-awaited traceability rule
  • GAO report recommends that FDA obtain authority over “forever chemicals
  • FDA explains its procedures for dealing with foodborne illnesses
  • Health Canada to allow use of iodine as a supplemental ingredient in foods
  • FDA revises its standards for state food regulatory programs
  • Changes to grade verification of onions exported to the US from Canada
  • Biden signs memorandum to strengthen food security and supply chain against threats
  • Canada: Senate report recommends BC adopt flood control plan to avoid food security crisis
  • GS1 Canada receives additional federal funding to assist small and micro food enterprises to enter the grocery and food services markets
  • Supplement industry leader testifies against proposed ban on sales to minors
  • Multi-state listeria outbreak in deli products
  • Court dismisses case against maker of baby food pouches
  • Former food company official pleads guilty to introducing adulterated food into commerce
  • Scientific article points to possibility of addiction to highly processed foods

Read the full report here.


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