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FDA CVM lays out innovation plan for new animal, veterinary products

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Leaders with the Food and Drug Administration’s Center for Veterinary Medicine recently outlined the agency’s plan to support the development of safe and effective new products, spur innovation, and adopt smart improvements to regulatory pathways for new animal and veterinary products to reach the marketplace.

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Claims about meat, poultry products come under greater USDA scrutiny

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Department of Agriculture is stepping up efforts to ensure the veracity of claims about food animal products marketed as "free range" and "antibiotic free."

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EPA, FDA weigh oversight overhaul for animal parasite products

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Two federal agencies are considering transferring oversight of some 600 products from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Center for Veterinary Medicine (CVM), a proposal that raises more questions than answers.

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AHS updates heartworm guidelines for dogs

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The revised guidelines now recommend both Food and Drug Administration (FDA)–approved isoxazolines and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)–approved mosquito repellent products to kill mosquitoes and help prevent the spread of heartworms. Previously, only EPA-approved products were recommended.

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Pet food recall linked to seven-state Salmonella outbreak

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Summary: Mid America Pet Food has expanded its October 30 voluntary recall to include additional pet food products, with a best by date before October 31, 2024, made at its Mount Pleasant, Texas, facility, due to the products’ potential to be contaminated with Salmonella.

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Facing shortage, FDA CVM allows temporary imports of unapproved drug for cattle

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A national shortage of an important cattle reproduction drug has prompted the Food and Drug Administration to allow a similar but unapproved product to be imported and used on a temporary basis.

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Describe the Rights of Animals

Speaker: Glenn Koepke and Steve Rotter

This webinar – coming to you from Glenn’s own backyard – discusses the importance of supply chain visibility for seasonal shipping, new product promotions, and holiday ramping in the F&B and retail industries while providing sizzling secrets to creating the juiciest meats for your barbecue.