Regulators Prepare to Roast Prop 65 Coffee Warning Requirement

My favorite Megan Mullally quote, and there are many, is her ode to coffee: “I’ll quit coffee. It won’t be easy drinking my Bailey’s straight, but I’ll get used to it. It’ll still be the best part of waking up.” Wendel Rosen attorney, Wendy Manley, recently wrote about the new labeling requirements for coffee. AsContinue reading “Regulators Prepare to Roast Prop 65 Coffee Warning Requirement”

Food for Thought: 10 Considerations For Food and Beverage Companies In 2018

Wendel Rosen’s Food and Beverage Practice Group provides a full range of services to producers, manufacturers, distributors, suppliers, growers, retailers and investors, as well as to the broader consumer packaged goods industry. Heading into 2018, we believe that food and beverage companies should keep the following considerations in mind: Regulatory Oversight. It is still notContinue reading “Food for Thought: 10 Considerations For Food and Beverage Companies In 2018”

Sowing Seeds: Cultivating Tomorrow’s Crop of Farmers

According to the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service, between 2015 and 2016, the number of certified organic farms in the country increased 11 percent to 14,217, and the number of certified acres increased 15 percent to 5.0 million. While these gains are encouraging, we should not forget that behind these numbers are the farmers themselvesContinue reading “Sowing Seeds: Cultivating Tomorrow’s Crop of Farmers”

Where Is The Love?

On September 22, 2017, the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (“FDA”) issued a warning letter to Nashoba Brook Bakery for what it puts into its granola: love. The FDA was not impressed, coolly advising that “love” is not a common or usual name of an ingredient. Now, before you write the FDA off as a “hater,”Continue reading “Where Is The Love?”