Most people in developed countries, whether they work in the food industry or not, take for granted that the food they consume is nutritious and free of substances that may be harmful to their health. What they may not realize is that it takes enormous effort from multiple stakeholders to keep their food "safe" on a daily basis. This article reveals the major players involved in maintaining a safe food supply in the United States.
Today, peptides represent one of the fastest growing segments in the pharmaceutical market. Hence, being able to manufacture peptides that are consistent in makeup and quality is an important priority for manufacturers of this drug class. This article discusses how the global pharmaceutical landscape continues to transform and how quality standards will play a growing role in the manufacture of these drugs.
Food integrity means different things to different people. For consumers, their only question might be: "Is this food safe for me to eat?" For manufacturers, their concerns have to do with building and sustaining consumer trust. In the first of a series on food issues, USP Director of Food Ingredients, Markus Lipp, shares his insights about food integrity and USP’s role in maintaining it.