Chapter 13 the regulation is from the book.
Food and Drug Administration.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) ensures that food,
cosmetics, drugs, and medical devices are safe and effective.
It also ensures that these products are honestly, accurately,
and informatively represented to the public with
proper labeling. Advertisers can be prosecuted for false
labeling. Special labeling is required for products that
are considered dangerous or hazardous, such as household
cleaners and medications. Many food, drug, and
cosmetic advertisements make claims about all natural
ingredients, rapid weight loss, hair growth, or youngerlooking
skin. If these claims cannot be substantiated, the
FDA will work with the FTC to put a stop to these violations.
In addition, the FDA has the authority to regulate
the ingredients in tobacco products and the way they are
distributed, sold, and marketed. For example, the FDA
has banned tobacco companies from sponsoring sporting
and entertainment events and has outlawed free cigarette
samples. Currently, the FDA is closely monitoring the
fast food industry.
Write a page on what it entails, how it effects consumers and whether you think the law is beneficial and why.
More explain about beneficial and why. One paragraph. no, reference. your own idea.