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May
24

Warm Weather Worries: Recall Challenges in the Summer Season

Summertime brings to mind images of sunny, carefree days filled with outdoor barbeques, pool parties, and road trips. But like any season, it is a prime opportunity for a wide variety of product issues leading to recalls.

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May
10

Pandora’s Box? The Rapid Rise of Subscription Services

Subscription boxes are surging in popularity around the globe. According to one recent report, visits to top subscription box sites have increased nearly 3,000 percent in the U.S. in just the past three years. In the UK, more than two million consumers visited these sites during the 2015 holiday season alone.

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May
06

The Multiplier Effect Strikes Again

Another widespread food recall has taken a toll on the food industry. This time, a sunflower seed supplier has issued a recall due to a possible listeria contamination, potentially impacting hundreds of products across dozens of brands. As sunflower seeds are often used in a range of foods, recalls are now being issued across the country. It’s not the first time an ingredient has had a ripple effect throughout the industry. In Q1 2015, a common spice was recalled due to an undeclared allergen.

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Apr
14

Counterfeit Drug Market Blooming – Posing Risks for People, Brands

With its warmer temperatures and budding trees, spring is a time of year many look forward to. But for the nation’s estimated 50 million allergy sufferers, it can also be a miserable season. It’s no wonder that allergy medications are among the top selling over-the-counter drugs – and also one of the most counterfeited. The counterfeit drug market is booming both in the United States and – even more so – on a global level.

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Jan
26

Med Device Cybersecurity: Sharing is Best

As the saying goes, sharing is caring – even in the case of medical device cybersecurity. In its recent draft guidance, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) called for industry stakeholders to participate in Information Sharing Analysis Organizations (ISAOs). The guidance was a main topic of a recent FDA public workshop, as attendees delved into its details and related questions. The FDA believes sharing information is a key component in improving medical device cybersecurity.

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