Pure or highly concentrated caffeine sold in powder and liquid forms is considered a safety issue and has been linked to two deaths. Warning letters in 2015 and 2016 labeled the sales unlawful, but the new guidance details the prohibition.
Supporters call new hemp legislation a “dream wish list” for all things cannabis.
Organic businesses, trade groups and animal-rights organizations support OTA's lawsuit against the USDA for not implementing livestock standards
Enacting organic regulations for aquaculture would behoove producers, retailers, manufacturers and consumers of sustainably sourced seafood.
The supplement industry heads into the new year with forward momentum, but adequate funding for FDA's Office of Dietary Supplement Products is critical.
Organic organizations call on industry and consumers to take action against USDA's withdraw of animal welfare rules from organic standards.
Restaurant chains and grocery store delis with 20 or more locations have until May to put calorie counts on their menus.
Maintaining the integrity of the USDA Organic seal requires constant vigilance—and that includes enacting widely agreed upon stricter animal welfare standards, says the cofounder and chairman of Stonyfield Farm.