The Federal Food,drug and Cosmetic Act Was Enacted In
The federal Food,Drug and Cosmetic Act was enacted in: A) 1906. B) 1933. C) 1938. D) 1970. E) 2002.
The agency that enforces the federal Food,Drug and Cosmetic Act is the: A) Federal Trade Commission. B) Department of Agriculture. C) Consumer Product Safety Commission. D) Food and Drug Administration. E) Interstate Commerce Commission.
Under the federal rules regulating food and drugs: A) food must be one hundred percent pure before it can be sold to consumers. B) food may contain certain impurities, such as insect parts, as long as it is not adulterated. C) if food contains impurities, such as insect parts, these impurities must be disclosed on the food label. D) all food must be inspected by the government before it is sold. E) food labels must contain a notice that many impurities are not harmful to health.
Which of the following is not required under the Nutrition Labeling and Education Act? A) Sellers of most food must provide information on fat content and fiber. B) The terms "light," "natural," and similar terms must be used only in accordance with specific definitions. C) Maximum fat and saturated fat levels are established for certain foods D) Calories derived from fat must be disclosed. E) The amount of dietary fiber must be disclosed.