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Nestle Agrees to Stop'Deceptive' Ad Claims

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission on July 14 stated on its website that a subsidiary of Nestle SA  has agreed to stop deceptive claims over

"Teflon Chicken Don" Jack DeCoster, Agrees to Cruelty Plea

By Martha Rosenberg The Iowa attorney general called him a "habitual violator" of state laws.  Labor Secretary Robert Reich called his farms "atrocious."  A federal investigator said it ...
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Antibiotic-Tainted Honey Seized in Philadelphia

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on June 10 announced the seizure of more than $32,000 worth of bulk honey in a distribution center located ...
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Federal Marshals Seize Bee Honey

BY FOOD SAFETY NEWS | JUN 12, 2010 At the request of the Food and Drug Administration, federal marshals seized 64 drums of imported bees honey from a ...
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Hearing Scheduled for McNeil Plant

A hearing is scheduled to examine the practices of the McNeil plant in Pennsylvania that helped spark the April 30 recall of many of Johnson ...
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Lawsuit Raises Fish Oil Supplement Concerns

Posted by Dr. Mercola | March 23 2010   A lawsuit brought by environmentalists in California claims popular brands of fish oil dietary supplements contain unsafe and illegal levels ...
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U.S. Food and Drug Administration Cracks Down on Labeling Violations

FDA Cracks Down on Labeling Violations, According to Benjamin L. England, of FDAImports.com, LLC Earlier this month (March 3, 2010), U.S. Food & Drug Administration Commissioner ...
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Nestle warned over misleading claims

By David Liu The Food and Drug Administration Dec 4, 2009 sent a letter to Nestle USA warning the company that the labeling for a number of ...
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FDA Takes Action Against Dairy Farm and Owner (PR)

FDA NEWS RELEASE For Immediate Release: Nov. 18, 2009 Media Inquiries: Rita Chappelle. 240-753-8603, rita.chappelle@fda.hhs.govConsumer Inquiries: 888-INFO-FDA FDA Takes Action Against Dairy Farm and Owner Farm selling animals with ...
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FDA: Caffeine may not be used in alcoholic beverages

The Food and Drug Administration announced Friday Nov. 13 that it sent out a letter to about 30 manufacturers of caffeinated alcoholic beverages expressing its concern about ...
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