The push for regulating the ingredient comes after two young men died from using powdered caffeine last year.
Companies can reference warning letters to learn what not to do, the association says.
That FDA is studying gluten contamination in "gluten-free" foods is an indication that FDA plans to monitor this claim closely.
Celebrations are shadowed by suspicions that some are treading on the law.
How heavily do FOP labels influence consumer purchasing habits, and how can we ensure that messages aren't confusing?
Two industry leaders offer advice to the next head of FDA’s Division of Dietary Supplements—whoever she or he may be.
David Kessler, MD, says there's no reason for ingredient labels to be confined to the sides and backs of products.
But it will allow certain ALA claims.
Last year, FDA permitted spirulina for coloring of candies. This year, the agency is extending the use to food products.
July 4th is one expert’s prediction.
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