As our readers are aware, many states have introduced legislation that would mandate genetically modified organism (GMO) labeling requirements.
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Like the broader federal inspection program in which it is housed, the Food Safety and Inspection Service’s (FSIS’s) prior labeling approval system continues to evolve away from its history of extensive command and control.
Vermont’s Office of Attorney General recently released its draft rule detailing how manufacturers and retailers could be required to label genetically modified organism–processed (GMO-processed) food sold in the state.
POM Wonderful is no longer just spilling over into new product areas; it is now also spilling over into other legal claims.
The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio granted preliminary approval for another class action settlement related to beverage label claims on September 25—this time involving the Coca-Cola Company.
A landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision on the ultimate source of pomegranate juice has already leaked into other product lines—including textiles—and its reach is likely to extend even further.
Morgan Lewis partners recently published an article in the Institute of Food Technologist’s Food Technology magazine on the future of obesity-related litigation.
The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California has joined its sister court in the Northern District and delayed yet another case about “evaporated cane juice” (ECJ).
Throughout 2013, the FDA issued several Warning Letters to manufacturers of medical foods, suggesting that the FDA’s final guidance may narrow its interpretation of the definition of “medical foods.” The details and implications of these Warning Letters are discussed in a Food Industry LawFlash from our FDA Practice.