Food Law Preview - Key issues affecting the food industry in 2024

2024 is poised to be a big year for food regulation, particularly as federal agencies work to implement their regulatory agendas in preparation for a possible change in administration after the 2024 election. Here are the key issues the Hogan Lovells food and beverage team is keeping our eye on for the food industry this year.

Download our guide to explore issues such as:

  • 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

Download our guide here


Authored by: Martin Hahn, Brian Eyink, Elizabeth Fawell, Maile Gradison, Andrea Bruce, Veronica Colas, and Mary Grywatch

Martin Hahn
Washington, D.C.
Brian Eyink
Washington, D.C.
Elizabeth Fawell
Washington, D.C.
Maile Gradison
Washington, D.C.
Andrea Bruce
Senior Counsel
Washington, D.C.
Veronica Colas
Washington, D.C.
Mary Grywatch
Senior Associate
Washington, D.C.


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