Regulation & Policy

G7 Health Ministers and the FAO Director-General in Milan. (Credit: FAO)

MORE THAN 2BN SUFFER MICRONUTRIENT DEFICIENCIES, WHILE 1.9BN ARE OVERWEIGHT

FAO chief calls on G7 for ‘urgent’ action to curb malnutrition

By Nathan Gray

The Director-General of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) has stressed a critical need to ensure healthy diets and good nutrition to G7 leaders.

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The 18 things we learned from the IPA’s DC Workshop 2017

By Stephen Daniells

From market sizing to the need for global probiotics standards at Codex, the International Probiotic Association’s second DC workshop in collaboration with the US Pharmacopeia succeeded in providing a venue for sharing knowledge and expertise.

Controlling for allergens more urgent under FSMA, expert says

Controlling for allergens more urgent under FSMA, expert says

By Hank Schultz

A recent injunction against a dietary supplement firm reinforces again the duty companies have to detect, declare and control for allergens. This responsibility will only accelerate with the implementation of FSMA rules, an expert said.

Malnutrition must be conquered, say FAO

Malnutrition must be conquered, say FAO

By Emma Jane Cash

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has called upon both companies and consumers to work towards ending malnutrition in all forms.

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