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Dec 10, 2008 | 12:03 PM CST
Pamela G. Bailey appointed as president and CEO of the Grocery Manufacturers Association.
Nov 05, 2008 | 02:36 PM CST
By: Jill Belasco
As the air care business has grown, so too has regulatory oversight. To succeed, being innovative in approaching both technologies and consumers is key.
Oct 31, 2008 | 12:10 PM CDT
Australia and New Zealand have taken a first step toward regulating nanotechnology, specifically with a call for food companies to disclose any products that contain particles invisible to the naked eye.
Oct 03, 2008 | 04:51 PM CDT
By: Karen A. Newman
CTFA’s new president and CEO is drawing on lessons learned from a long career in health care public policy to ready her team to meet the challenges of the future.
Sep 30, 2008 | 03:30 PM CDT
State regulators given broad authority to evaluate and ban potentially harmful industrial chemicals; state department charged with developing program to identify chemicals of concern and analyze alternatives by 2011.
Sep 05, 2008 | 03:01 PM CDT
By: Jeff Falk
Until 1994, supplements were subject to the same regulatory requirements as were other foods.
Sep 05, 2008 | 01:48 PM CDT
By: Matthias Vey
The scientific director of the International Fragrance Association provides an overview of the regulatory environment for the fragrance industry, regulatory bodies, the fragrance regulation process and the segment’s relative preparedness for overarching regulation.
Aug 28, 2008 | 04:27 PM CDT
By: Carl Geffken
The casual fragrance consumer is unaware of the degree of sophistication and obligatory controls facing fragranced-product manufacturers.
Aug 28, 2008 | 04:19 PM CDT
By: Jane Evison
The Cosmetic, Toiletries and Perfume Association’s annual business forum at The Barbican Centre. This year’s conference was a sellout, with 150 delegates, speakers and guests participating in the two-day event.
Aug 27, 2008 | 04:52 PM CDT
By: T. Joseph Lin, PhD
SK-II closed its retail counters in China following a government finding of contamination. The move has been seen as both a responsible act to protect consumers and a misstep that may have tarnished brand image.