Eric Lindstrom joined Keller and Heckman in 2010 as Counsel.
Mr. Lindstrom assists companies on a wide range of FDA, FTC, and USDA regulatory matters for foods, dietary supplements, cosmetics, OTC drugs and other consumer products. Mr. Lindstrom's practice includes evaluating the regulatory status of food additives and dietary ingredients and preparing new dietary ingredient notifications and petitions for food additives and color additives. Mr. Lindstrom also counsels clients regarding current Good Manufacturing Practices, Hazard Analysis and Risk-Based Preventive Controls and HACCP systems. In addition, Mr. Lindstrom also assists companies in resolving enforcement actions initiated by FDA, USDA and related state regulatory agencies, such as the California Department of Public Health.
Mr. Lindstrom also advises companies on advertising and labeling requirements, including claims substantiation, health claims, nutrient content claims, structure/function claims, nutrition labeling, allergen labeling, organic labeling, and environmental/green claims.
Mr. Lindstrom also practices environmental law, with a specific focus on California's Proposition 65 and the California Department of Toxic Substances Control's efforts regarding the Green Chemistry Initiative and the agency's Safer Consumer Products Regulations.
Prior to joining Keller and Heckman, Mr. Lindstrom was Senior Counsel for Regulatory Affairs for Shaklee Corporation, an international distributor of dietary supplements, foods, cosmetics, and OTC drugs, among other consumer products.
•Dec 01, 2015 Summaries of Three FSMA Final Rules - Foreign Supplier Verification Program, Third-Party Accreditation Program, and Produce Safety Standards
•Oct 13, 2015 Prop 65 Enforcement Amendment Summary
•Sep 25, 2015 Keller and Heckman Summary of Final Rule on CGMPs and HARPC for Food for Animals
•Sep 25, 2015 New FSMA Rule Will Be Costly For Processed Food Industry
•Sep 21, 2015 Keller and Heckman Summary of Human HARPC Final Rule
•Mar 20, 2015 Food and Drug Alert: California Appellate Court Holds That Reproductive Toxicants Can Be Averaged Over Time When Determining Exposure Under Proposition 65
•May 16, 2014 FDA Issues Guidance on Submission of Petitions and Notifications for Exemption from Allergen Labeling
•Mar 13, 2013 Eric Lindstrom Published an Article for Food Processing Magazine
•Jan 03, 2011 Keller and Heckman LLP Elects Two New Partners and Brings on Two New Counsel for 2011
•Jan 03, 2011 Keller and Heckman Elects Two New Partners and Brings on Two New Counsel for 2011