In this week’s Saturday Seminar, we collect scholarship discussing quality and safety issues within U.S. food regulation.
Pending federal legislation would improve food information for consumers with gluten sensitivity.
U.S. courts seem to recognize plant-based companies’ constitutional right to use meat and dairy advertising terms.
Facing a host of turkey products, ethically conscious consumers should research which kind of labels truly reveal humane practices.
Scholar argues that inconsistent animal welfare labeling practices harm consumers.
Starting in 2022, food producers will be required to label genetically engineered foods.
Food regulators in the United States should adopt smarter front-of-package labeling to encourage healthier eating.
Plant-based milk producers may soon no longer be able to put “milk” on their labels.
Expert argues that federal law gives regulator authority to restrict unauthorized drug uses.
FDA is years behind in its statutory mandate to put graphic warnings on cigarette labels.
Scholar argues that regulators will have difficulty applying cost-benefit analysis to mandatory GMO labeling.
Regulator solicits input on a new rule defining when foods could be considered “healthy.”