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Tip of the Week: What is FDA’s Temporary Flexibility Policy for Labeling?
Tip of the Week: What is FDA’s Temporary Flexibility Policy for Labeling?
FDA recognizes that supply chain disruptions, including ingredient shortages, can lead to stoppages in food production. Some manufacturers may choose to substitute an alternate ingredient in an effort to continue producing. Because alternate ingredients may differ slightly in composition, substituting ingredients can be a challenge, as this change would most likely not be reflected in the ingredient list on the package label.
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Preventing Allergen Cross-Contact in Your Facility
Preventing Allergen Cross-Contact in Your Facility
AIB International manager of food labeling Elaine Meloan recently explored the topic “Regulatory perspectives on labeling coconut and sesame as allergens” for Snack Food & Wholesale Bakery.
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Tip of the Week: Don’t Turn Treats into Tricks – Tips for Managing Allergens
Tip of the Week: Don’t Turn Treats into Tricks – Tips for Managing Allergens
With Halloween quickly approaching and candy buckets soon to be loaded with everyone’s favorite treats, people with food allergies depend on manufacturers to ensure their safety.
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Final Guidance Issued for the Declaration of Single-Ingredient Packaged Sugar Products and for Certain Cranberry Products
Final Guidance Issued for the Declaration of Single-Ingredient Packaged Sugar Products and for Certain Cranberry Products
Many manufacturers of single-ingredient sugar products and of cranberry products have been waiting on this finalized guidance to make the changes to their nutrition facts panels for compliance with the regulations issued in May 2016. Here we breakdown all the information you need.
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Can You Spot the Missing Elements Required By New Regulations In This Food Label Photo?
Can You Spot the Missing Elements Required By New Regulations In This Food Label Photo?
Test your food label knowledge to see how quickly you can find the missing elements that are required by the new regulations in this photo.
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Questions Remain on Sesame Allergies and Food Labeling in the US
Questions Remain on Sesame Allergies and Food Labeling in the US
Today the ingredient sesame is not required to be listed as an allergen in the ingredient statement on food packages, however, that could change based on the information the FDA is now gathering.
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British Food Exporter Considers AIB International an External Partner
British Food Exporter Considers AIB International an External Partner
The food labeling experts at AIB International worked with Karina Pearson taking extra time to ensure challenging deadlines were met. Here is a Q&A with Pearson on how this process helped her global client.
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Ask Our Labeling Professionals: What Resources Are You Reading?
Ask Our Labeling Professionals: What Resources Are You Reading?
We polled AIB International's Labeling Professionals for their must-read resources.
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FDA Released Guidance for Dietary Fibers
FDA Released Guidance for Dietary Fibers
The FDA has finally released their guidance document covering non-digestible carbohydrates that may be declared as dietary fiber. Here are the details.
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Tip of The Week: Tricky Labeling Claims
Tip of The Week: Tricky Labeling Claims
Which nutrient content claims have special provisions?
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