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Qualified health claims may mislead

The Food and Drug Administration’s policy of allowing preliminary health claims on food labels if accompanied by a disclaimer may mislead consumers. An FDA working paper posted on the agency’s Web site described a study to investigate the communication effects of four means of conveying information about the level of scientific certainty supporting a health claim on the label.
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California AG sues over acrylamide

The State’s attorney general filed suit under Proposition 65 against some of the biggest food companies, including McDonald’s, Burger King, KFC, and Frito-Lay, to force them to put warning labels on all French fries and potato chips sold in California because they contain high levels of acrylamide, a known carcinogen.
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Probiotic labeling needs tightening

The growing popularity in Europe of dairy and other beverages labeled probiotic have led to calls for tighter regulation of the claim.
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Counterfeiting drugs: Growing, global problem

The problem of counterfeit drugs is definitely a global issue, says Jim Kouri, a vice president of the National Assn. of Police Chiefs and a security consultant and author.
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RFID value beyond compliance

Former Sara Lee exec Ray Hagedorn shares that company's lessons as he emphasizes looking for value in RFID.
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Product focus: Tamper-evident RFID tags

Smart&Secure technology fights product counterfeiting, diversion, and tampering in the supply chain at a 10% premium to typical RFID tags.
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Global demand for caps and closures is forecast to expand at an annual pace of 4.8 percent through 2

new study available from Freedonia Group.
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France bans plastic packaging...

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The seniors are coming...

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Sex toys coming to Canada...

Make2Pack speakers at PACK EXPO Las Vegas, left to right: ELAU's John Kowal, Fred Putnam of MARKEM, Douglas Machine's Joe Faust,
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Maxed out on packaging productivity?

P&G, Douglas Machine, MARKEM and ELAU joint Conference presentation at PELV documents benefits of Make2Pack modularity in packaging machine design, deployment.
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