It’s still a waiting game on rules stemming from the Food Safety Modernization Act of 2011 and some are getting anxious.
A bit of light reading for a Monday morning.
Read both drafts here:
Draft guidance for industry: Assessing the effects of significant manufacturing process changes, including emerging technologies, on the safety and regulatory statues of food ingredients and food contract substances, including food ingredients that are color additives (Click here.)
Draft guidance for industry: Safety of nanometrics in cosmetic products (Click here.)
Fluffy might be extra cuddly, but it be affecting his health? According to a recent study, humans aren’t that great at determining if a pet is overweight.
Take a trip around the world with the FDA while checking out it’s new Global Engagement report.
Gnats might be annoying for humans, but for poultry, they can lead to severe injuries.
The economic impact of farming in the Mitten state is increasing. A lot.
Want your dog to have pearly whites? Pet dental care still must be performed by a licensed individual after the California legislature shot down an effort to change the rule.
Want to know where the ticks are lurking? Check out the CPAC’s maps.
Once again, Salmonella is the most reported food hazard.
Starbucks phases out an ingredient that really bugged some consumers.
The next round of hearings on the Farm Bill begins April 25.
Following consumer concerns with a proposed poultry inspection plan, the USDA has expanded the public comment period.