New law prods food makers to focus on data management

Signed into law in August 2003, The Food Allergen and Consumer Protection Act, known as FALCPA, will take effect at the start of next year. After that, food manufacturers must identify the presence of eight major allergens in plain language on their product labels, which will place a greater importance on their ability to manage data related to their ingredients.

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This story, "New law prods food makers to focus on data management" was originally published by Computerworld.

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