Alabama State Rep. Chip Brown Sponsors Bill Requiring Labeling on Seafood Products

February 7, 2024 Alabama Political Reporter

State Rep. Chip Brown, R – Hollinger’s Island, announced on Monday that he has pre-filed legislation designed to support the state’s commercial seafood industry by requiring restaurants and grocery stores to disclose the country of origin for seafood products they sell to consumers.

AAMP Announces Labeling Webinar Series

The American Association of Meat Processors is pleased to announce a four-part labeling webinar series, starting in January 2024. The webinars will be led by Steph Harmon of Label Compliance Solutions and AAMP Outreach Specialist Abbey Davidson.

Food Labels Offer Consumer Choices but Also Confusion About Animal Welfare

Animal-based food products often come packaged in a wide array of information labels, including organic, natural, grass-fed, humanely raised and pasture-raised.

Nevada Labeling Bill Vetoed Following Bakers, Business Groups, Push

Following proactive outreach from the American Bakers Association (ABA) and other business groups, Nevada’s Governor Joe Lombardo vetoed Nevada State Bill 76 (SB76) on June 16th. 

Straus Family Creamery Supports the Food and Drug Administration’s Proposed Labeling Recommendation

Earlier this year, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) published draft guidance for public comment to help establish appropriate labeling of plant-based products that are marketed and sold as milk alternatives. The FDA is now recommending that alternative milk products with the word “milk” in their names, and which have a nutrient composition different from dairy milk, include a voluntary nutrition statement explaining how the product stacks up to animal-derived milk.