US consumer group SumOfUs has plastered its new “Got Aspartame in your kids’ milk?” poster on buses destined for Food and Drug Administration (FDA) HQ, in a last-ditch attempt to convince the authority not to approve a proposed amendment to the standard...
The International Dairy Foods Association (IDFA) and the National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF) have moved to dispel consumer “confusion” surrounding its request to permit the addition of sweeteners - including aspartame - to milk flavouring ingredients.
Raw milk dairy Organic Pastures has filed a lawsuit against the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) alleging that the agency repeatedly failed to respond to its petition to amend a law that forbids the sale of raw milk-based dairy products across state...
A Minnesota federal judge has thrown out a class action lawsuit alleging that General Mills’ Yoplait Greek yogurts do not meet the regulatory definition of yogurt on the grounds that this is up to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to decide.
US organic baby formula manufacturer Nature’s One has attacked recent research suggesting that arsenic levels in its toddler formulas were a cause for concern, but the study’s lead author defended the work, even stating that new data published by the...
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has given a natural baked
goods manufacturer 15 days to provide information on changes made
to its allergen labelling policy for some of its bread products or
face a possible injunction.
It is hard for food companies not to get drawn into the temptation of using attractive label claims that may be shrouded by a veil of doubt. But the real risk comes when the 'if you don't know, don't ask' question is finally answered.
A manufacturer of high barrier oxygen scavenging materials says it
plans to extend the products applications in food and beverage
packaging after receiving approval from the US Food and Drug
Drinks giant Cadbury Schweppes is to change the labelling on its
flagship 7UP product, following a fierce debate on the validity of
new 'all natural' claims it placed on its labels just nine months