Guide to U.S. Food Labeling Law
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The FDA is flexing its muscles again. Our Guide to U.S. Food Labeling Law is THE comprehensive resource manual for industry executives. It includes useable, timely and comprehensive information on federal labeling regulations and enforcement activities.
- Save money by learning cost-effective compliance techniques
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Under the Obama Administration, the FDA is flexing its muscles again — using its enforcement powers to make sure food manufacturers are in strict compliance with all labeling regulations. Are you in compliance?
The Guide to U.S. Food Labeling Law provides the most practical guidance available on complying with the Nutrition Labeling and Education Act of 1990 requirements. In plain English, the Guide explains food labeling law and provides expert advice on what food processors must do to comply with the regulations to avoid enforcement actions. Also included are sections on the history of food labeling laws, the role various governmental agencies play in enforcing the rules, and the special rules that pertain to the labeling of dietary supplements.
Keep up with the latest requirements from the FDA and other federal agencies that regulate the way you label your products with a 12 month subscription to Thompson’s Guide to U.S. Food Labeling Law. Your subscription includes a two volume manual that will give you the most up-to-date FDA guidance and regulations on labeling. You will also receive a monthly newsletter that features legal analyses, court cases and enforcement actions that will help you achieve cost-effective compliance. Plus timely manual updates, our searchable database, and news breaking email alerts.
The Guide helps you stay on top of issues like:
• Allergen labeling
• Organic labeling
• Country-of-Origin labeling issues
• What health claims you can legally use on your products
• Front-of-Pack labeling issues
• When you can use the terms "low fat" and "light"
• Trans fat labeling requirements
• Omega-3 labeling requirements
• And much more!
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Summary of Contents
100 Introduction and Overview
200 General Food Labeling Requirements
300 Food Names
400 Ingredient Labeling
500 Net Quantity of Contents
600 Nutrition Labeling
700 Nutrient Content Claims
800 Health Claims
900 Special Dietary Food
1000 Preemption and Enforcement
1100 Labeling Imported Foods
2000 USDA Regulated Products
Appendices: Federal Statutes, Federal Regulations, Administrative Notices and Guidelines
- Two-volume manual
- Updates (12 updates)
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Peter Barton Hutt is a partner in the Washington, D.C., law firm of Covington & Burling. Mr. Hutt is a former chief counsel at the Food and Drug Administration. Peter Barton Hutt is author and editor-in-chief of Guide to U.S. Food Labeling Law.
Editorial Advisory Board for the Guide to U.S. Food Labeling Law
Peter Barton Hutt, Esq.
Editor in Chief, Covington & Burling
John W. Bode, Esq.
Olsson Frank Weeda Terman Bode Matz PC
Neal D. Fortin
Professor and Director
Institute for Food Laws & Regulations
Michigan State University
East Lansing, Mich.
Professor, American University
Washington College of Law
Richard A. Merrill, Esq.
University of Virginia School of Law
Steven M. Mister
President and CEO
Council for Responsible Nutrition
Stuart M. Pape, Esq.
Patton Boggs L.L.P
Nancy Taylor, Esq.
Greenberg & Taurig