The national deputy of the Regionalist Party of Cantabria, José María Mazón, has obtained the support of the Congress of Deputies for the labeling of products “to be clear and rigorous”, especially with regard to the allergen content of food.
Month: February 2022
The Americas – Argentina: ANMAT bans the commercialization of several brands of dietary supplements for non-compliance with national regulations
The National Administration of Medicines, Food and Medical Technology (ANMAT in Spanish) banned the sale and marketing of some dietary supplements, for:
- Not having sanitary registration
- Not having complementary labeling with the mandatory information as established by the Argentine Food Code (CAA in Spanish).
Brands: “Pipingrock NY USA”, “Vitamins because you are worth it”, “Horbäach”, “Angry Suplements” and “4Life”.
Around the World- Australia: Meat labelling inquiry report released
A Senate inquiry into definitions of meat and other animal products – initiated by the National Party – recommends the government implement mandatory food labelling requirements.
Since June 2021, the committee took submissions and heard evidence from beef, poultry, and pork farmers, seafood sellers, dairy companies, consumer advocates and plant-protein sector representatives including global brands.
The Americas – Colombia: First foods and beverages with cannabis submitted to INVIMA for sanitary registration
A company announces the submission of 23 cannabinoid-infused food and beverage products to National Drug and Food Surveillance Institute (INVIMA in Spanish) , including juices, carbonated soft drinks, gummies and healthy snacks, which hope to have the approval of the Colombian health authority, after the Colombian president, Iván Duque, signed the resolution that allows the use, distribution and export of cannabis, dried flower and other non-psychoactive derivatives.
The Americas – Argentina: Food additives: challenges for the domestic industry
“The food additives market. Possibilities of development for the national industry” is a work carried out by the National Institute of Industrial Technology (INTI in Spanish), through the Industrial Economics and Prospective Studies Unit belonging to the Institute’s Planning and Commercialization Directorate.