Food

Books & Primers

Food Law and Regulation, Inspection and Enforcement – an FDLI Primer

June 2015

By Marc C. Sanchez, Contract In-House Counsel and Consultants, LLC This resource offers an overview of the regulation of food from the p...

Food and Drug Law and Regulation, 3rd Edition

March 2015

Written by the most experienced food and drug attorneys in the United States and edited by four of the most distinguished authorities in ...

Guide to U.S. Import Requirements for Food: An FDLI Primer

August 2014

Edited by Kathleen W. Cannon and Sarah Roller, Kelley Drye & Warren LLP In the last decade, importation of food into the United Stat...

Articles

Pure Powdered Caffeine: Stakeholders Take Measure of FDA’s Warning Letters

February 2016

FDLI’s first Food and Drug Policy Forum for 2016, guest-edited by Brenda Seidman, offers multistakeholder perspectives on...

Food Drug and Law Institute Announces New Board Members

January 2016

  Washington, DC. - The Food and Drug Law Institute (FDLI) welcomes four new exemplary leaders to its board of directors: Jennifer L...

What Food Laws Can the UK Adopt to Reduce Health Inequalities?

December 2015

In this issue of the Food and Drug Policy Forum British health researchers Stuart Flint and Sophia Reale review calorie and hea...

Annual Conference - Submit Your Suggestions

December 2015

We invite you to share your ideas for topics and speakers for the 2016 Annual Conference.

Food & Drug Law Journal

Food and Drug Law Journal Volume 70, Issue 4 2015

February 2016

To purchase articles, go to https://shop.heinonline.org/.   Table of Contents i Rep...

A Legislative Reform for the Food Safety System of China: A Regulatory Paradigm Shift and Collaborative Governance 70 FOOD AND DRUG LAW JOURNAL 453-480 (2015)

December 2015

After describing the historical development of China’s food safety system from the perspectives of legislation and administration, ...

Most Serious Offenses and Penalties Concerning Unsafe Foods under the Food Safety Laws in Bangladesh, India, and Australia: A Critical Analysis 70 FOOD AND DRUG LAW JOURNAL 409-433 (2015)

December 2015

The right to food is an internationally recognized human right, which inherently denotes the right to safe food simply because unsafe foo...