The FDA has announced the redesign of its Infant Formula Resource Page, aiming to improve the organization of content related to infant formula.
Industrial hemp is a commercial crop cultivated for fiber and seed and is subject to regulation at both federal and state/territorial levels.
A total of 3 Cadbury chocolate dessert products are recalled due to potential listeria monocytogenes contamination: Cadbury crunchie and Cadbury flake (use by date for both products- 18 May 2023) and Cadbury dairy milk button (use by date- 18 May…
- Standard: The Peruvian Technical Standard for labeling foods with trans fatty acids approved by Inacal
The national quality institute (Inacal) has approved the new edition of the Peruvian technical standard, which establishes the appropriate way to record information on the content of trans fatty acids (TFA) in the labeling of packaged foods.
- Indonesian FDA published regulation No. 26 of 2022 to regulate importation of drugs and food materials
The food and drug control agency has decided to regulate the import of medicinal and food materials into Indonesia, carrying out supervisory duties before and during distribution.
The EFSA Colloquium will focus on various aspects related to cell culture-derived foods and food ingredients.
Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) has initiated the evaluation of an application from Queensland University of Technology (QUT) for the approval of a disease-resistant genetically modified (GM) banana.
ANVISA (Agência Nacional de Vigilância Sanitária), the regulatory authority for food and drug safety in Brazil, has recently addressed frequently asked questions (FAQs) related to infant formulas.
The NHC has meticulously organized and compiled a comprehensive catalog of "three new foods" that encompass new food raw materials, new varieties of food additives, and new varieties of food-related products.
Therapeutic Goods (Permissible Ingredients) Determination (No. 2) 2023 has been introduced, replacing the previous determination (No. 1) 2023.