Ar 40 657 01 21 2005 Veterinary Medical Food Safety Quality Assurance And Laboratory Service Survival Ebooks

Author: Us Department Of Defense
Publisher: Delene Kvasnicka
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(b) Publish an approved source annex for food establishments within the
command for use in outside continental United States (OCONUS) procurement.
This information will be expeditiously transmitted to VETCOM for inclusion in the
Worldwide Directory. (c) Make at least one supervisory visit every 18 to 24
months to locations within their command where veterinary or medical personnel
are engaged in food inspection activities. MACOM veterinarians may designate a
representative ...

Medical Foods From Natural Sources

Author: Meera Kaur
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 038779378X
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This chapter enumerates the shelf-life and sensory evaluation studies conducted
on these enteral foods. Shelf-life is an important property of a food that interests
everyone in the food chain – from manufacturer to consumer. Because shelf-life
of a food product is associated with consumer safety and satisfaction, precisely
evaluating the shelf-life of a medical food is important to optimize patients' safety,
satisfaction, and clinical outcome. Information relating to shelf-life is also critical
to ...

Essentials Of Functional Foods

Author: Mary K. Schmidl
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9780834212619
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While FDA did not explicitly define medical foods, the concept of medical foods
was established by the recognition of a category of foods to be used solely under
the supervision of a physician.93 In 1982, a task force was commissioned by FDA
to define medical foods. It recommended that policy to regulate medical foods
primarily as foods should be adopted. Medical foods were defined as "specifically
formulated or processed products represented for the dietary management of a ...

Developing New Functional Food And Nutraceutical Products

Author: Debasis Bagchi
Publisher: Academic Press
ISBN: 0128027797
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5 It must be intended only for a patient receiving active and ongoing medical
supervision wherein the patient requires medical care on a recurring basis for,
among other things, instructions on the use of the medical food.m In terms of
ingredients that may be used in medical foods, the ingredients should be either (
1) a food additive used in accordance with FDA's food additive regulations;n (2) a
color additive used in accordance with the color additive regulations;o (3) a
substance that ...

Fda And Usda Nutrition Labeling Guide

Author: Tracy A. Altman
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9781566767064
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nutrition labeling developed for foods intended for consumption by the general
population was not well-suited for some products, including two types of foods for
special dietary use: 1 ) any food represented for use as the sole item of the diet,
and 2) foods represented for use solely under medical supervision in the dietary
management of specific diseases and disorders. Therefore, the regulation
exempted these two types of products from the general requirements for nutrition
labeling; ...

Food Safety Handbook

Author: Ronald H. Schmidt
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0471210641
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DEFINITION OF ISSUES Medical foods, also known as enteral formulas used to
feed hospitalized patients or foods for those with rare diseases, have been an
important achievement in science and medicine over the past 50 years. It has
been estimated that there are more than 5 million patients on these types of foods
in the United States and that these foods have a market value exceeding $1
billion (Frost and ...

Functional Foods

Author: Maria Saarela
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 0857092553
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rationale being that the nutrition labeling developed for foods intended for
consumption by the general population was not well suited for these special use
foods. NLEA followed suit and exempted 'medical foods,' as defined in the
Orphan Drug Act, from mandatory nutrition labeling. NLEA also exempted
medical foods from the new health claim regulation provisions. Another NLEA
amendment revised the 'drug' definition to specify that a food would not be a drug
solely because it ...

Nutraceutical And Functional Food Regulations In The United States And Around The World

Author: Debasis Bagchi
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 0124059120
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The FDA does not generally consider a product labeled and marketed for DM to
meet the regulatory criteria for a medical food, based on the theory that “diet
therapy is the mainstay of diabetes treatment.” In the Revised Draft Guidance, the
agency provided that a regular diet can be modified to meet the needs of a
person with DM (along with appropriate drug therapy, if necessary). Nutrient
Deficiency Diseases. The agency explained in the Revised Draft Guidance that it
does not ...

Review Of Wic Food Packages

Author: National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine
Publisher: National Academies Press
ISBN: 0309380030
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266 REVIEW OF WIC FOOD PACKAGES BOX 8-1 Definition of WIC-Eligible
Medical Foods (7 C.F.R. § 246.3) WIC-eligible medical foods means certain
enteral products that are specifically formulated to provide nutritional support for
individuals with a qualifying condition, when the use of conventional foods is
precluded, restricted, or inadequate. Such WIC-eligible medical foods must serve
the purpose of a food, meal, or diet (may be nutritionally complete or incomplete)
and provide a ...

Food Regulation

Author: Neal D. Fortin
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118964497
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definition of a “medical food” provides in relevant part: “[t]he term medical food
means a food which is formulated to be consumed or administered enterally
under the supervision of a physician[.]” 21 U.S.C.A. § 360ee(b)(3) (1994). In the
Court's view, there is no contradiction between Congress's special designation of
a food that is formulated for enteral administration through devices such as nasal,
esophageal or jejunal tubes to be a “medical food,” and the FDA's determination
that ...