Organic food and fiber in the U.S. are growing despite themselves. Even last week Miles McEvoy, deputy administrator of the National Organic Program, touted the double-digit growth of certified operations in the U.S. which are now 21,000, with 31...
Supp maker, already sanctioned by FDA, could lead to the pokey for a high-ranking cheerleader
The American Herbal Products Association has endorsed two proposed Senate bills that would ease restrictions on marijuana and help consumers benefit from the medicinal properties of cannabis.
The bill, introduced last week to a House committee, would limit the number of families and schools eligible for free and reduced-price meals at schools, says a nonprofit that fights hunger.
Natural Products Association sends letter to House Appropriations Committee
Pharmaceutical levels — or higher — of the stimulant oxilofrine were found in more than half of the dietary supplements tested in a recently published study. The FDA has contacted seven companies about misusing the substance.
The FDA will allow manufacturers to fortify products made with corn masa with folic acid, which helps prevent birth defects.
The FTC takes action against five personal care companies using "all natural" claims but doesn't tackle the difficult issues that companies (and courts) struggle with when deciding what is "natural."
Four companies that market skin care products, shampoos and sunscreens online have agreed to settle Federal Trade Commission charges that they falsely claimed that their products are “all natural” or “100 percent natural,” despite the fact that...
Strawberries replace apples at the top of EWG's annual list of most contaminated produce to help consumers make decisions about buying organic.