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FDA sued over ‘unclear’ GMP rules

FDA sued over ‘unclear’ GMP rules

By Shane Starling

The Food and Drug Administration is being sued over its controversial and much-amended GMP regulations on the grounds the 1000-page rule is “ambiguous where it should be clear”, according to the attorney mounting the action.

House passes landmark food safety bill

House passes landmark food safety bill

By Caroline Scott-Thomas

The US House of Representatives passed a food safety bill on Thursday that promises far-reaching reform of how food is processed and grown, intended to boost food safety and consumer confidence.

FDA gets tough on GMP failures

FDA gets tough on GMP failures

By Lorraine Heller

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has clamped down on a number of dietary supplement firms that have repeatedly failed to meet new Good Manufacturing Practices.

In defense of DSHEA: a call for calm

In defense of DSHEA: a call for calm

By Ivan J. Wasserman and Svetlana N. Walker

The recent Hydroxycut recall has caused a stir and the knives are out once again for the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act (DSHEA). But food lawyers Ivan Wasserman and Svetlana Walker argue those that would carve the regulation up are turning...

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