In a rare – but welcome – regulatory shift, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced on Jan. 10 that it won’t object “to the use of certain qualified health claims regarding the consumption of magnesium and a reduced risk of high...
As if the supply chain didn’t have enough problems, frantic manufacturers have one more thing to worry about: adulterated herbs and spices.
American manufacturing has been outsourcing production overseas for so long that “Made in China” labels are as pervasive as price tags.
With more pressing concerns – such as transport ships stuck at ports, climbing ingredient price, and nagging labor issues – it’s easy to think brands might be overlooking longer-term goals, such as new product development.
CPG companies across the board have turned to contract manufacturers (co-mans) as part of their next-generation innovation strategies.
Nearly a year after U.S. regulators approved COVID vaccines for mass production and distribution, the Biden Administration wants employers to help “Stop the Spread.”
Whole Foods might be a lot of things – expensive, innovative, and not as friendly to local suppliers as it used to be – but it’s hard to deny its outsized influence in the food and beverage space.
Since 2020 went so wildly off the rails, the future of food seems as unpredictable as the rest of the economy.
Despite the best efforts in the world, recalls remain an unavoidable part of doing business for food and beverage manufacturers and the CPG industry, in general.