US Food Law – Predictions for 2024

Legal firm Hogan Lovells have published their predictions for US Food Law changes in 2024.  Whilst there is nothing specific to authenticity or claims, they do foresee a step-change in the extent of State level regulatory divergence and a step-change increase in class actions.  The headlines are

  • FDA Setting Nutritional Guardrails for Foods on Multiple Fronts
  • State Laws Run Amok
  • Post-market Food Chemicals Surveillance: Can FDA Reassert Leadership and Stem the Rising Tide of State Action?  
  • Significant New Rulemakings Could Mean Operational Changes for Meat & and Poultry Processors
  • Heavy Focus on Heavy Metals to Continue Unabated
  • FSMA Implementation Will Continue, But at a Slower Pace
  • Some Inspections, With a Dash of Enforcement
  • Guidance and Enforcement by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC)
  • The Supreme Court Could Rewrite Administrative Law
  • Class Action Litigation and Proposition 65
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