REGULATORY UPDATES

FaB is pleased to partner with Michael Best to provide monthly updates on the regulations that may impact your business. These monthly updates will provide you with advance notice of regulations to implement applicable changes prior to the regulation compliance deadline. If you're a FaB member and responsible for regulatory compliance, take advantage of our FaBfeed newsletter, which will provide information regarding industry food safety and regulatory alerts.
 
 
 

MOST RECENT UPDATE

October–December 2019  Read update
FDA Finalizes New Guidance on Food Labeling; FDA Updates 2017 Food Code; FDA Warns Companies That CBD-Infused Food and Drink Remains Illegal; FDA Publishes Newest in Multi-chapter Guidance on Hazard Analysis and Risk-Based Preventive Controls for Human Food; FSIS Updated Guidelines on Documentation of Certain Labeling Claims; FSIS Requests Comment: Performance Standards for Salmonella in Beef; FDA Continues Work on PFAS Testing, Releases Latest Results of Food Sampling; FDA to Revisit Use of Ultrafiltered Milk in Cheese and Related Products; FDA Flexibility for States to Begin Routine Inspections on Small Farms; FDA to Continue Policy of Enforcement Discretion for Certain Co-Manufacturers under FSMA; FDA Provides Index of FSVP Records; FDA Proposes to Establish National Laboratory Accreditation Program; FDA Lifts Stay on Effective Date for Final Rule Authorizing Soy Leghemoglobin as a Color Additive; FDA Revises Calorie Labeling Rules for Glass-Front Vending Machines; FDA Revises Voluntary National Retail Food Regulatory Program Standards; USDA Establishes Domestic Hemp Production Program

PAST UPDATES

August–September 2019  Read update

May–June 2019  Read update

April–May 2019  Read update

February–March 2019  Read update

December 2018–February 2019  Read update

 

RECALLS & SAFETY ALERTS

FDA
Regulating dairy, eggs, meat/poultry, produce, seafood, spices/blends, and packaged foods

 

USDA
Regulating eggs, meat/poultry, produce, and seafood

 

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