FDA is reopening the comment period for its draft guidance on the use of fruit and vegetable juice as color additives after several industry stakeholders complained about a lack of transparency into the basis of the guidance.
After a four-year delay, FDA has at last released a final version of its guidance on liquid dietary supplements. The document doesn’t much change the line of thinking offered in the draft version but does offer more detail and clarification and in general...
The limited nature of many toxicity studies into engineered nanoparticles used in the food and dietary supplements industry makes it very difficult to draw firm conclusions about their safety, according to one expert in the field.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) says feedback it has received about its December 2009 draft guidance clarifying where a liquid dietary supplement ends and a conventional beverage begins has raised “complex legal questions”.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued draft guidance on acidified and fermented foods, such as pickles, relishes and olives, to provide recommendations on manufacturing and quality control.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has called for more transparency regarding conflict of interest statements when the agency waives them to allow experts to participate in scientific advisory meetings.