Some businesses and individuals weren’t getting the message. So, Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Santa Clara, San Francisco, and San Mateo counties and the City of Berkeley issued an updated Shelter in Place Order on March 31, 2020 (the “Order”).
Bill Acevedo, Co-Chair, Wendel Rosen LLP Food & Beverage Practice Group, discusses how employers can alleviate the concerns of their employers who must come in to help with operations during this time.
Bill Acevedo, Co-Chair, Wendel Rosen LLP Food & Beverage Practice Group, addresses what food manufactures need to know during the Shelter in Place Order.
The Secretary of Health and Human Services has determined that a public health emergency exists nationwide as a result of confirmed cases of COVID-19.
Wendel Rosen LLP’s Food & Beverage Practice Group attorneys have been regular attendees at Expo West from the earliest days of this beloved annual gathering…
Food and beverage industry, if you haven’t already, now is the time to review your websites.
How many times has any parent heard the familiar lament, “Everybody else is doing it!” Usually, that feeble protest is met with a definitive response along the lines of “That doesn’t make it right.” And, usually, that’s the best answer – especially when it comes to CBD. Anyone who attended this year’s Natural Products ExpoContinue reading “Everybody Else Is Doing CBD, So Why Can’t We?”
The regulatory status of a food ingredient is governed by certain bright line rules. Any substance that is reasonably expected to become a component of food is a food additive…
Food manufacturers know that they must substantiate their label claims. However, when they develop this substantiation may vary…
I have said it before, and I will say it again: no, you cannot use CBD as an ingredient in food or dietary supplements. While some have touted the recent passage of the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 (aka, the Farm Bill) and its relaxation of the controls on the production and marketing of hempContinue reading “Proceed at Your Own Risk: The Farm Bill Does Not Authorize CBD in Food or Dietary Supplements”