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Regulation of Economically Motivated Adulteration (EMA)
  • 1 Background

    • 1.1 Perpetual Problem of Food Systems

    • 1.2 US Regulatory Response: 1906 and 1938 Food Acts

    • 1.3 Law’s Evolving Adaptation to EMA

  • 2 Statutory Basis

    • 2.1 Actions Constituting EMA

    • 2.2 Intent Basis: Economic Motivation

    • 2.3 Distinguishing EMA from other Forms of Adulteration and Fraud

  • 3 Regulatory Tools to Address EMA

    • 3.1 FDCA Section 402(b): Enforcement

    • 3.2 FDCA Section 401: Standards of Identity

    • 3.3 Import Alert: Border Enforcement

    • 3.4 Bioterrorism Act: Traceability

    • 3.5 FSMA: Preventive Controls

    • 3.6 Development of Technology and Standards

    • 3.7 Enhanced Coordination

    • 3.8 FTC: Unfair Method of Competition

    • 3.9 Litigation

    • 3.10 International Law

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