U.S. Food Law Preview - Key issues affecting the food industry in 2023

We’re a few weeks into 2023, and while some new year’s resolutions may have already fallen to the wayside, there are plenty of food law issues that will take us through 2023 and beyond. Here are key issues the Hogan Lovells U.S. food and beverage team is keeping our eye on for the food industry this year.

Download our guide to explore issues such as:

  • External FDA Scrutiny and Potential Restructuring
  • FDA Turns Up the Heat on Inspections and Enforcement
  • FDA Efforts to Implement FSMA and Advance Related Initiatives to Continue
  • The Future of QR Codes to Make Bioengineered Food Disclosures
  • Food Labeling Class Actions – Glimmers of Hope?
  • Sustainability – So Much to Do, So Little Time
  • PFAS in Food Packaging – A Growing Patchwork of State Laws
  • A Heavy Focus on Heavy Metals
  • Is the Future Finally Now for Cell-Cultured Proteins?
  • The Long Arm of California’s Proposition 12 and Animal Raising Standards
  • FSIS to Advance Actions to Control Salmonella in Raw Poultry
  • FDA Developing CBD Guidance

Download our guide.


Authored by Martin Hahn, Brian Eyink, Elizabeth Fawell, Maile Gradison, Andrea Bruce, Gary Kushner, and Veronica Colas.


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