Do you know the laws and regulations that apply to product labeling? Do you have someone on staff that does? Can you identify the federal agencies that regulate alcoholic beverages and their responsibilities?
Less than 18 months after confidently supporting the nutritional benefits of edible insects, Dr. Giovanni Sogari returned to the MSU Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition to discuss the finer points of one of the oldest cheeses in the world.
"I believe that policy recommendations should be scientifically based in order to help consumers choose food products based on real characteristics and not just slogans and false claims," says Dr. Giovanni Sogari.
Sunney Mahalak describes her experience with Institute for Food Laws and Regulations (IFLR) Certificate Program and how it has helped shape her career path and create job opportunities at Nestle USA and now at Amazon.
Michael Richardson describes his experience with IFLR and the Global Food Law program and how it shaped his career path with the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs.
Vermont law professor Carrie Scrufari suggests that the Trans-Pacific Partnership likely would not strengthen food safety standards already being enforced by both the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade and the Food Safety Modernization Act.
Michigan State University’s Institute for Food Laws & Regulations (IFLR) and the Master's Program in Global Food Law have added three one-credit online courses for the 2016 fall semester to address major rules of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA).
Italian researchers Dr. Giovanni Sogari and Dr. Francesca Lotta share their expertise in edible insects as a feed source during a noon lecture at MSU, May 2016.
Michigan State University graduate Cathy Crawford recently was promoted to president of HACCP Consulting Group.
Michigan State University’s Institute for Food Laws & Regulations (IFLR) is pleased to announce the hiring of Melissa Card to fill the dual role of Food Law Instructor and Associate Director of the Institute.
The MSU Food Law Current Issues Seminar provides practical education on current food legal and regulatory issues.
The Institute for Food Laws and Regulations in cooperation with the Global Food Law Masters Program at Michigan State University has hired Michaela Oldfield.
The first major cohort of students from Michigan State University College of Law’s Global Food Law Program graduated May 15.
The Kresge Foundation granted $150,000 to the MSU Food Law Clinic in Detroit, Michigan. Read the whole story here.
The MSU Faculty Emeriti Association recognized Professor Emeritus P. Vincent Hegarty with their prestigious Outstanding Contribution by an Individual Award.