- On July 10 FDA finalized its rule on Updating Tolerances for Residues of New Animal Drugs in Food. This rule was originally proposed in 2012 with a revision proposed
- FDA’s Center for Veterinary Medicine (CVM) has released a new guidance document (Guidance for Industry #3: General Principles for Evaluating the Human Food Safety of New Animal Drugs Used
FDA will continue reviewing how medically important antimicrobials are given to animals in feed or water.
- FDA announced this week that it is “entering the next phase” of efforts to
- FDA has the authority to approve genetically modified (GM) animals as “new animal drugs.” In 2009, FDA approved a GM goat —
- The ongoing discussion about the use of antibiotics in farming has received renewed interest in light of recent actions by
- FDA and the animal feed industry have been working for years to address concerns about the use
- For years, FDA and the animal feed industry have grappled with how to address
FDA announces pending withdrawal of arsenic-based drug approved for use in food animals.
- FDA regulates the use of animal drugs used in companion animals and food-producing animals.
- FDA has announced