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Hi, I'm Natasha Spencer-Jolliffe a UK based law and legal journalist.

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USDA progresses project to assess ‘raised with antibiotics’ market

Consumers and the wider food industry are asking for greater transparency and accountability in placing antibiotics claims on animal-based products.

In recent weeks, several big players and legislative shifts have shaken the manufacturing industry with calls for better antibiotics claims management.

On 14 June, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced that its Agricultural Research Service (ARS) would partner with the Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) to conduct a n

Healthy acquisition: Mars buys keto and paleo brand

US-based global manufacturer Mars has acquired healthy keto and paleo meal brand Kevin’s Natural Foods, whose products include healthy sous-vide meals, sides, and sauces.

In July 2023, multinational manufacturer Mars announced it has signed an agreement to purchase the health brand Kevin’s Natural Foods, which offers keto and paleo-certified products and dairy, gluten, and soy-free items.

“We are thrilled about joining Mars Food & Nutrition, as it opens new opportunities to reach a broader aud

UK consumer trust in supermarkets falls to nine-year-low

Research by UK consumer review organisation, Which?, reports decreasing levels of trust in the food industry, with two-thirds of shoppers feeling ripped off.

Trust in food has dropped to its lowest level in almost a decade, research by Which?, the UK’s self-proclaimed “consumer champion”, details, following its monthly consumer insight tracker.

Which? is urging supermarkets and convenience stores to stock budget varieties of food products to ease the financial burden on consumers, especially a

AI for patients: Hype or Hope - Pharma Technology Focus | Issue 132 | July 2023

Artificial intelligence (AI) can help patients learn more about their conditions and help them make decisions about their diagnosis and treatment. That is the message some healthcare startups are seeking to share with people and practitioners about AI’s potential. Hype fuels trends and innovation, and is often associated with technological tools in healthcare, including AI. Yet, recently, particularly with the rise of ChatGPT, there are increasing efforts to make information available to patient

US introduces Food Labeling Modernization Act

Amid calls for better food integrity and safety, the US Congress has proposed a bill for clearer nutritional information and accurate labelling claims.

On 26 April 2023, the US introduced the Food Labeling Modernization Act (FLMA), proposing to mandate updated requirements for labelling on food packaging.

The newly-announced bill aims to provide clearer nutritional information and help minimise misleading marketing claims by updating food labels to reflect today’s requirements.

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