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A new year is accompanied by new regulations and evolving consumer preferences. EFFA's Alexander Mohr, Ph.D. shared insight about the news in an exclusive Q&A. For the full interview, check out P&F's February 2017 issue.
While some individuals are opposed to the idea, the National Organic Standards Board decided to remove carrageenan on the national list of approved ingredients for organic foods.
A study done in 2015 by Health Foods found that 87% of global consumers believe non-GMO products to be healthier.
As natural materials’ price volatility in the marketplace leads to adulteration, innovative authentication techniques may provide stability in quality control.
The first session of the NAFFS meeting explored challenges and solutions for effective communication between the industry, regulatory agencies and the public.
With a signed agreement between Frutarom and Nardi Aromas Ltd., Frutarom will receive 100% of the Nardi Aromas’ shares in exchange for $1.6 million.
In a step to strengthen its oversight of food ingredients, the FDA has issued a final rule detailing the criteria for deeming that the use of a substance in human or animal food is generally recognized as safe.
Following the landmark U.S. decision to enact a law that creates a national standard for labeling food products that contain genetically modified ingredients, Evolva has issued a statement saying it supports the change.
U.S. President Barack Obama has officially signed a bill into law that creates national uniformity on how genetically engineered ingredients are labeled.