The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has set new standards for manufacturers of infant formula in an ongoing effort to ensure the products are safe and support healthy growth in the babies who consume them. The new standards come from an interim rule that was published last February, and take into consideration comments received after that time. The finalized rule includes modifications and clarifications, and sets a Sept. 8, 2014, date for manufacturer compliance. Under the new rule, manufacturers of infant formula are required to test their products for harmful pathogens, and disease-causing bacteria such as Salmonella and Cronobacter. Manufacturers are ... Read More
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