In 2003, the FDA said it would require trans on food labels by 2006.
What does FMDIC stand for?
FMDIC stands for FDA (Food and Drug Administration) Medical Device Industry Coalition
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Business, finance, etc.
- Fiber Main Distribution Frame (telecommunications)
- Fixed Mirror / Distributed Focus
- Facilities Managers' Development Group (Virginia Polytechnic Institute)
- Forum Mondial des Droits de l'Homme (French: World Forum on Human Rights)
- Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital (Glasgow, MT)
- Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences (Australia)
- Federación Madrileña de Deportes de Invierno (Spanish: Madrid Federation of Winter Sports; Madrid, Spain)
- Formant-Frequency Modulation Detection Interference
- Formation Maintenance Développement Informatique (French computer company)
- Formation Minimale de Découverte et d'Initiation (French: Minimum Discovery and Initiation Training)
- Frankly My Dear, I Don't Give A Damn
- Filemaker Developers in Southern California
- Fundación Mariana de Jesús (Spanish: Mariana de Jesus Foundation; religious aid and development organization; Quito, Ecuador)
- Freie Münchner und Deutsche Künstlerschaft eV (German: Free Munich and German Artistry)
- Furniture and Mattress Discount King
- Forges et Mécanique de la Loire (French metal supply company)
- Fork-Mounted Drum Lifters
- Financial Management Distributed Learning Center (US DoD)
- Faculté de Médecine Dentaire de Monastir (French: Monastir School of Dental Medicine; Monastir, Tunisia)
- Flexible Multiplexer Demultiplexer
Samples in periodicals archive:
Only a system geared toward making drugs available over the counter automatically, whether directly after FDA approval or after a predetermined trial period, will ensure that patients' treatment is determined by their interests, not those of government or industry.
They demand that the FDA get tough about restricting new drugs.
FDA has not evaluated scientific data concerning the safety or purported benefits of most dietary supplement products.
The Court's decision was based on its interpretation of current federal law and Congress' prior rejection of legislation to explicitly give the FDA the authority to regulate tobacco.
Even now, they say, the FDA is pushing to restrict ephedra, better known as ma huang, an herbal remedy used for centuries in Chinese medicine to relieve clogged sinuses.
Taylor, FDA Deputy Commissioner for Policy, to express SPI's vehement objections to this new language, which seems to assume migration by all colorants.
Is the FDA moving too slowly to keep up with this surge of investigation both in our field and in others?