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Don't Be Confused By "Best Before" And "Packaging" Dates
While much of the data on food labels is notoriously incomprehensible to the average consumer, at least "best before" and "packaging" dates are easy to understand and provide valuable information
Canada
25 Jun 2019
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A Single Food Safety Agency For The U.S.?
Well, here they go again. Another U.S. President has proposed a consolidation of all food safety functions into a single agency, the Federal Food Safety Agency. Nearly every President ...
Canada
5 Oct 2018
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Dirty Milk
While this year celebrates the 80th anniversary of the founding of this magazine, 2018 also marks a milestone in Canadian public health: it was 80 years ago this month that Ontario passed legislation
Canada
5 Oct 2018
4
Grocery Store: The Untold Story
A family's biggest expense, after housing and transportation, is groceries, at about 10 per cent of income.
Canada
8 May 2018
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Advancing Food Law And Policy Research
One of my reasons for starting this column 16 years ago (can it really be 16 years?), was to have food law be more widely recognized as a distinct, important and growing body of law in its own right.
Canada
5 Mar 2018
6
Sue The CFIA For Its Negligence? Good Luck.
For reasons of trade, consumer protection and public health, the food industry is one of the most highly regulated in the country.
Canada
10 Nov 2017
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Yes, CFIA, Safe Food Is The Priority, But It's Not Your Only Job
This article originally appeared in Food in Canada and is republished with the permission of the publisher.
Canada
20 Sep 2017
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Fettering Discretion: A Cautionary Reminder For Regulators And Their Ministers
If you're in the food business, for reasons of public health, trade and consumer protection, you're always swimming in a sea of regulations.
Canada
24 Apr 2017
9
Food Lawyers: A Brief Retrospective
Except for maybe the Income Tax Act, it's hard to imagine any area of the law that is more intimately pervasive in the daily lives of Canadians than food law.
Canada
23 Jan 2017
10
Labelling Of Raw Milk Cheese
The FDA announced studies that show again that pathogens from raw milk including tuberculosis, diphtheria, typhoid, Salmonella, Listeria, and many other bacterial infections make it unsafe for human consumption.
United States
20 Sep 2016
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Prudent Use Of Antibiotics In Animal Production — How Are We Doing?
While the medical community recognizes that the emergence and spread of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in humans is a potential disaster for humanity, and that it is the overuse of antimicrobials in human medicine that is the largest contributor, there is still a broad consensus that the use of antibiotics in animals may contribute to the problem, though the degree is still unclear.
Canada
14 Sep 2016
12
Think We Need To Separate Science And Politics? Think Again
Here's a little true story I've used with my students to show that non-science considerations are always necessary and appropriate in science-based regulation.
Canada
20 Apr 2016
13
Regulatory Myths (Part 1)
While most media and academic attention is devoted to what happens in legislatures and to the statutes they produce, most governing is done through the enactment and enforcement of regulations.
Canada
2 Mar 2015
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Amplifying AMPs Part I: Extending AMPs To The Meat Inspection Act Is A Major Development
On July 16, 2014 the federal government finalized a regulatory amendment extending the system of Administrative Monetary Penalties to the Meat inspection Act and Regulations.
Canada
26 Nov 2014
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Amplifying AMPs Part II: Careful Attention To Implementation Is Key
In Part I, this column explained that the extension of Admin­istrative Monetary Penalties or AMPs to the Meat Inspection Act and Regulations was a significant development in Canadian food law.
Canada
26 Nov 2014
16
Food In Canada - Food Law Column: Recent Research On Third-Party Audits
Until recently there has been little serious research on the most significant food safety advance in the last decade.
Canada
15 Sep 2014
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Strengthening Vet Oversight Of Antimicrobial Use In Food Animals: Reducing Antibiotics In Meat — Part II
There is a broad consensus that the use of antibiotics in animals contributes to the problem of antimicrobial resistance, though the scale is still unclear.
Canada
16 Jun 2014
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Reducing Antibiotics In Meat: The Proposal To Remove Growth Promotion Claims From Vet Drugs
Health Canada and the Canadian Animal Health Institute introduced measures to promote the more prudent use of antimicrobials in animal production.
Canada
5 Jun 2014
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Sweet Dreams Are Made Of Cheese - Who Am I To Disagree?
Nutmeg in large enough quantities can have powerful psychoactive effects providing a type of intoxication similar to the combination of alcohol and marijuana.
Canada
15 May 2014
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Raw Milk Cheese — Another Sterile Debate
On Sept. 18, 2013 the Canadian Food Inspection Agency confirmed that one person had died and several people in B.C. and Alberta were ill from eating E. coli contaminated raw milk cheese produced at a B.C. farm.
Canada
4 Nov 2013
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