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FDA Increases Transparency of Adverse Event Data for Cosmetics and Foods

Posted in Consumer Product Safety, Drugs & Cosmetics, Federal Regulations, Food & Drug Administration (FDA), Food and Beverage, Product Liability

On December 6th, FDA announced that it is publicly releasing data received by the Agency’s Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (CFSAN) about adverse events related to cosmetics and foods, including both conventional foods and dietary supplements.  Adverse events can be any negative reaction to a product, such as a serious illness or allergic… Continue Reading

Fraudulent Dietary Supplements Highlighted in the 2016 National Consumer Protection Week

Posted in Consumer Product Safety, Drugs & Cosmetics, Federal Regulations, Food & Drug Administration (FDA), Food and Beverage

In case you hadn’t heard about it or didn’t get involved in any of the events hosted by various campaign members, the week of March 6-12 was National Consumer Protection Week.  Besides the usual efforts to educate the public about our basic rights as consumers, the risks of identity theft, and certain types of scams such as… Continue Reading