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My company is developing a bike chain lubricant.  We are trying to determine if we need a Child Resistant (CR) cap.  In reading the CR laws, it Read more about Is a Child Resistant Cap Required for Bike Chain Lubricants?

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Are there any laws concerning the size of the picture on food packaging? More specifically, can the image be larger than the actual product, or Read more about Are There Regulations Concerning the Size of Food on a Label?

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With respect to plastic bread crates made with post-consumer waste, what is FDA’s view in relation to indirect/direct food-contact regulations, Read more about How Does FDA Regulate Recycled Bread Crates?

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Are there any regulations or guidelines regarding a "nutritious" claim on food products, either on package labels or in supportive advertising?  Read more about Are There Any Regulations Regarding a "Nutritious" Claim on Food Products?

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What FDA regulations, if any, apply to secondary packaging of food-contact articles (i.e., reusable spoons individually wrapped in plastic)? Read more about What FDA Regulations Apply to Secondary Packaging of Reusable Spoons?

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