The purpose of this notice is to announce the strategy that Health Canada will be using to continue addressing shortages of infant formula and other foods for a special dietary purpose.
- Health Canada Plans to update infant formula and other foods for special dietary purposes regulations
- The U.S. FDA Partners with NASEM for Independent Study on Infant Formula Market Challenges and Regulation
The FDA has announced the redesign of its Infant Formula Resource Page, aiming to improve the organization of content related to infant formula.
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.
- Associated Wholesale Grocers, Inc. Distributes Recalled Infant Formula to Nashville Division Retailers Despite Initial Recall Notice
Associated Wholesale Grocers, Inc.
China amends National Food Safety Standard Canned Supplementary Food for Infants and Young Children. The main modification are-
China amends National Food Safety Standard General Rules for Infant Formula Food for Special Medical Purpose. The main modification are-
- Changed the terminology and meanings
- Changed the necessary ingredients
China modifies standard on Cereal-Based Complementary Foods for Infants and Young Children. Some revisions in the standard are-
-Changed the maximum value of various nutrients;
Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) assessed an application to amend the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code to permit the voluntary combination of 2′-fucosyllactose (2′-FL) with galactooligosaccharides (GOS) and/or inulin-type…
To protect public health by stabilizing the supply of a variety of infant formula products, FDA issued a guidance document on temporary basis which will remain in effect until October 18, 2025.