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Food and Beverages Law Lawyers USA - Recent Legal Articles
- Michigan Liquor License
Liquor laws in Michigan are among the most complex out of all of the United States. Being able to navigate these laws efficiently yet with care requires both knowledge and experience. If you are looking into acquiring a liquor license, there are a number of things you should know before you begin the process.
- 5 Considerations Before Franchising Your Business
Before you decide to franchise your restaurant or business, there are a number of things you'll need to consider. This article examines five of these considerations: Is your restaurant "franchisable?" Have you opened more than one location? Are you able to support franchisees? Do you have a plan for marketing and advertising? And are you legally ready?
- Summer Food Safety Tips
It is a known fact that cases of "food poisoning" or food-borne illnesses rise in the summer months, mostly due to warmer temperatures, a rise in humidity and the fact that people get together for picnics and barbecues, where washing facilities are not readily available.
- Food Dyes
Food dyes are debated within the FDA.
- Recent CDC Data Reveals Little Progress in Minimizing Food Poisoning
While recent media reports have shown a slight decline in the occurrence of E. coli O157:H7 infections in 2009, these reports covering current CDC data on food poisoning have revealed that no real progress has been made in six years to reduce the incidence of dangerous pathogens in our food supply.
- Food Safety Concerns in California Rise from Processed Food Items
Food safety is a major concern for more and more Americans as food poisoning continues to plague many. A mild case of food poisoning, however, may be the least of your worries when it comes to many processed food items.
- The Risks of Serving Alcohol to a Minor in Hotels, Restaurants, Nightclubs and Bars in California
The author looks at the what can happen to a restaurant, hotel, nightclub or bar that serves alcohol to a minor. Using the example of two restaurants in the Coachella Valley caught after the fact having serving liquor to minors, the author discusses the facts of two cases to show the deadly results that can follow from such actions.
- The New Country of Origin Labeling Law (COOL) and How it Will be Applied
This article discusses and explains the new Country of Origin Labeling Law (COOL) and describes the impact COOL will have on shoppers, food producers and retailers. The author also unwraps what foods the law covers and what foods and retailers are not regulated by this new law.
- An Inside Look At What Biotechnology Can Do For Mankind
This article examines what biotechnology is and how it relates to the medical field, agriculture, bio processes, industry and the aquatic field. The author notes that as the planet becomes more polluted and more in need of clean water and food, the field of biotechnology will become even more important.
- California Food Poisoning and the New Country of Origin Labeling Law (COOL)
This article discusses how the new Country of Origin Labeling Law (COOL) will affect restaurants and foodborne disease investigations throughout California. It also explains what foods the new Country of Origin Labeling Law covers and what foods and retailers are not regulated by this new law.