FDCA

AcronymDefinition
FDCAFood, Drug and Cosmetic Act
FDCAField Data Collection Automation (US Census)
FDCAFlorida Department of Community Affairs
FDCAFédération Départementale des Chasseurs de l'Aude (French hunting federation)
FDCAFederazione dei Comunisti Anarchici (Federation of Anarchist Communists, an Italian political organization)
FDCA2,5-Furandicarboxylic Acid
FDCAFédération Départementale des Coopératives Agricoles (French: Departmental Federation of Agricultural Cooperatives)
FDCAFamily Day Care Association (Australia)
FDCAFédération Dijonnaise Catch Amateur (French: Dijonnaise Amateur Wrestling Federation)
FDCAFinnish Data Communications Association
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"Lastly, the Defendants' business will undoubtedly present opportunities to violate the FDCA in the future as there is no indication that they have now complied with CGMP or adequately labelled their product.
In October 2017, after a five-week trial, he also was convicted of racketeering, mail fraud and FDCA violations, and he also was acquitted of the murder charges.
(56) When a label is inaccurate or incomplete, or when a drug is marketed for nonapproved uses, the manufacturer can face liability under the FDCA for "misbranding." (57) That potential penalty incentivizes manufacturers to update a drug's warning label for risks that arise following approval using the "Changes Being Effected" (CBE) process.
Several technological routes have been reported in the literature for production of furan polyesters, depending on the particularly selected furanic monomer [2, 4-32], Similarly, different processes have been proposed for the synthesis of PEF, using 2.5-furandicarboxylic acid (FDCA) or its derivatives (esters or halides) as monomers during the step-growth reaction with ethylene glycol (EG) [2, 4-13].
Now Health Group, a slack fill class action pertaining to a vitamin C supplement, brought in the Eastern District of New York, the plaintiffs alleged that the defendant violated both FDCA Section 502 (21 U.S.C 352(i)) and various state consumer protection laws by selling a misbranded product.
It is a truism that, under the FDCA a product's regulatory status depends primarily upon the use for which it is intended.
Sections of the FDCA cover a litany of medical devices made from nonwovens including, among others (some incredibly complex): surgical drapes/gowns, personal protective devices, wound care products, absorbent pads intended for medical use, tampons, adult incontinent devices--it's a long list.
of FDCA governance, which will require greater consideration for the
Possibly the chloride residual inhibits the oxidation posterior of HFCA y consequently decreases the formation of FDCA.
This Article explores the history of GE food labeling federalism in the United States, concluding that the 2016 statute leaves the relationship between state and federal authority fairly clear, but creates new ambiguities regarding the relationship of FDA and the FDCA to the United States Department of Agriculture and the new law.