Tag Archives: Nutrition Innovation Strategy

FDA Deputy Commissioner Yiannis’ Remarks on World Food Safety Day

June 7 marked the first ever celebration of the United Nations’ World Food Safety Day.  The theme for 2019 is that food safety is everyone’s business.   The United Nations has designated two of its agencies, the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the World Health Organization (WHO), to lead efforts in promoting food safety around … Continue Reading

Despite Gottlieb’s Exit, FDA’s Nutrition Innovation Strategy Marches Forward

As previously reported on this blog, FDA’s Nutrition Innovation Strategy (NIS) is intended to improve public health via education regarding, and encouraging innovation in, the use of nutrition to promote health. The NIS was initiated under the leadership of FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb. Areas of emphasis are modernizing the approach to label claims, modernizing standards … Continue Reading

FDA Authorizes Qualified Health Claim for Oleic Acid

A health claim characterizes the relationship between a substance and its ability to reduce the risk of a disease or health-related condition (see 21 CFR 101.14). A health claim must contain the elements of a substance and a disease or health-related condition. In addition, health claims are limited to claims about disease risk reduction, and cannot be … Continue Reading

FDA Announces Public Meeting to Discuss Nutrition Innovation Strategy

In March, FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb announced a comprehensive, multi-year FDA Nutrition Innovation Strategy, which aims to modernize FDA’s approach to nutrition, help reduce the burden of chronic disease that stems from poor nutrition, and remove barriers to industry innovation. On June 27, 2018, FDA published a notice of public meeting and a request … Continue Reading
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