Food And Drug Administration
This Thanksgiving, Butterball turkeys will have a new label: American Humane Certified on all of its products. What does that mean?
As of this past month, the FDA made regulations mandatory for all foods that label themselves gluten free.
The Food and Drug Administration has issued new guidelines for food manufacturers. Foods that are labeled “gluten-free” can no longer contain more than 20 parts per million of gluten.
According to the Food and Drug Administration, always look for the words “complete and balanced” on the cat or dog food label. Here’s why.
According the FDA, it is difficult to define a food product that is ‘natural’ because the food has probably been processed and is no longer the product of the earth.
“I think it’s crazy,” says Tim Roberts (in photo), head brewer at Yards Brewing Company, in Philadelphia.
The Food and Drug Administration is warning against eating Uncle Ben’s rice products served at schools, restaurants, hospitals and other food service institutions after children in three states had skin reactions and other symptoms that were linked to the rice.
Millions of bags of intravenous saline are used by health care facilities every week. An increase in flu cases is a contributing factor.
Princeton University is getting ready to administer the first doses of a vaccine against meningitis.
If you bake, you probably use enriched flour. But, legally, what does that mean?
After a rise in the number of recalls and pet food making dogs and cats sick, the FDA has issued new safety rules.
Why pay for water from a bottle rather than water from the tap? Why indeed.
How can insects be allowed into the food we eat? The answer is, because they are.
If you’re paying more to see the words free and range on the label, you might be surprised by what the law says that means.
In order to be labeled gluten free, a product must have less than 20 parts per million of gluten, a level low enough that it won’t cause a health reaction for most people with celiac.