The Agricultural Adjustment Act (The Farm Bill) The Agricultural Adjustment Act, or the Farm Bill, was first signed into law in 1933 under Franklin D. Roosevelt. The Farm Bill was initially passed during the Great Depression to raise the prices of crops by allowing farmers to receive monetary
Here at the A2LA Headquarters in Frederick, Maryland, we’re already missing the warm Arizona sun and the copious cacti. The 2023 A2LA Annual Conference in Tucson this April was a successful event all around, with world-class networking, top-notch sessions presented by industry experts, and countless
Effective May 23, 2022, A2LA is recognized to accredit laboratories under the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) final rule on Laboratory Accreditation for Analyses of Foods (LAAF) program. Under the LAAF program, LAAF-recognized Accrediting Bodies (AB) may accredit testing laboratories to the
World Metrology Day is observed on May 20th and commemorates the anniversary of the signing of the Metre Convention in 1875 by representatives from seventeen nations. The convention aimed to establish ‘worldwide uniformity of measurement.’ The theme this year is "Metrology in the Digital Era."
A Better World of Opportunity Through Accreditation – Empower Your Risk Management at RISKWORLD™ 2022
Accreditation has opened the door for organizations across the globe to actively operate beyond the borders of their countries. This acceptance of internationally recognized standards ensures the production of consistent, reliable results worldwide. And by providing consistency, we can minimize
The FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) final rule on Laboratory Accreditation for Analyses of Foods (LAAF) was released on December 3, 2021. Under the LAAF program, LAAF-recognized Accrediting Bodies may accredit testing laboratories to the LAAF program specifications associated with each
The Internet created access to more products and services than ever imaginable. You can literally buy anything on Amazon. The site has made getting things or selling things easier. Unfortunately, loose regulation has caused a rise in adulterated or tainted supplements being readily available for