Food Safety News - October 2, 2017 Food industry welcomes new deadline to revise nutrition labels

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Food industry welcomes new deadline to revise nutrition labels

By News Desk

Food manufacturers are getting an extra 18 to 30 months to begin putting revised Nutrition Facts, Supplement Facts and Serving Size labels on their products. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced the delay on Sept. 29. The food industry hailed the delay, while consumer organizations said it is detrimental to public health. In the announcement,... Continue Reading

Cracker manufacturer warned for insanitary conditions

By News Desk

A cracker manufacturer in New York is on notice from the FDA because of insanitary facility conditions, which renders the firm’s food products adulterated in that they have been prepared, packed, or held under conditions whereby they may have become contaminated with filth, or whereby they may have been rendered injurious to heath. Staff from the Food and Drug Administration inspected the Hempstead, NY, location of Cracker... Continue Reading

Antibiotic disclosure — another first for San Francisco?

By Coral Beach

Once again, San Francisco is poised to become the first city in the nation to take a legislative stand on a controversial topic. Its Board of Supervisors is set to vote tomorrow on an ordinance to require disclosure about the use of antibiotics by meat and poultry producers. The proposed ordinance does not, however, require... Continue Reading

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