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Oregano oil could cut food poisoning from prep surfaces
Oregano oil could cut food poisoning from prep surfaces
Risk of food poisoning from contaminated food surfaces may be reduced by using oregano oil to help kill bacteria, new research suggests.
FDA updates industry about NDI draft guidance
FDA updates industry about NDI draft guidance
At the American Conference Institute's 5th Annual Legal, Regulatory and Compliance Forum on Dietary Supplements, in partnership with the Council for Responsible Nutrition, Cara Welch, Ph.D., senior advisor for the Center for Food Safety and Applied Nut...
FDA moves to organize inspectors along lines of expertise
FDA moves to organize inspectors along lines of expertise
A move by newly confirmed FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb to reapportion FDA inspectors along lines of expertise has been welcomed as potentially improving the effectiveness of the inspection process. According to press reports that first appeared in ...
FDA officially extends nutrition facts label compliance date
FDA officially extends nutrition facts label compliance date
Food manufacturers have received an 18-month extension for meeting updated nutrition and serving size requirements on product labels.
Growing a healthy children's market
Growing a healthy children's market
If you're of a certain age, you likely remember those metallic-yet-sweet-flavored Flintstones vitamins, as they were pretty much the only children's multi available. And for the most part, moms didn't feel we needed anything more — other than mak...
Fresh or frozen? The produce debate continues
Fresh or frozen? The produce debate continues
When it comes to produce, the fresh vs. frozen debate has been going on for years. However, a new study in the Journal of Food Composition and Analysis has revealed interesting results. It seems fresh fruits and vegetables may not worthy of the pedesta...