The Nashoba Brook Bakery lists “love” as an ingredient in their products. According to the Food and Drug Administration, that’s a no-no.
The Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act requires that every ingredient be listed by its “common or usual name.” Because “love” is not a common or usual name for an ingredient, it is counter to the Act. Or so says the FDA.
I’m not so sure. I’ve eaten some food where I’m positive I can taste the love. I can’t think of any more common or usual name for it.
Bimal has eaten lots of food he has fallen in love with. He’d also love to be a business attorney to a local bakery. If you own a bakery, please contact us to learn more about how we can help your business.
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Bimal Saraiya is an experienced business attorney at Saraiya Pllc. He focuses his practice on advising a wide variety of startups and established businesses. He primarily practices in Plano, Collin County, Texas and its surrounding communities, but also represents clients based in California and Colorado. He also operates OfficeFlex
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