I must admit, I seldom borrow anything from the former President or the First Lady, but this seemed to fit all too well.

Late in 2022 the public learned that infants may have been sickened, and possibly died, due to the consumption of Cronobacter tainted infant formula.  The possible outbreak and the FDA investigation that followed

The first 100 people to email me at bmarler@marlerclark.com and leave their mailing address will get a free-t-shirt.  


Each year, millions of Americans are sickened, and thousands die from foodborne illness.  And yet, the leadership of the

As reported at Food Safety News, on Feb. 23, Publisher Bill Marler and Food Safety News were honored by the New Jersey Association of Justice (NJAJ) with its Gold Medal for Distinguished Journalism.

But, before we get into the award, that was accepted by Jonan Pilet, who with Joe Whitworth, Coral Beach, Dan Flynn

The Seattle Times | By Sandy Doughton | Feb. 24, 2023


Seattle attorney Bill Marler will be featured in an upcoming Netflix documentary about the 1993 Jack in the Box food poisoning outbreak. Thirty years later, Marler is still suing companies for selling food that makes people sick. He’s shown here at his home

The Seattle Times | By Sandy Doughton | Feb. 24, 2023


People in the food industry used to call attorney Bill Marler a blood-sucking ambulance chaser. Now they honor him for 30 years spent fighting to improve food safety. (Daniel Kim / The Seattle Times)

IN JULY 1990, I wrote a story for The

Kerry Inc. Pleads Guilty and Agrees to Pay $19.228 Million in Connection with Insanitary Plant Conditions Linked to 2018 Salmonella Poisoning Outbreak

I need to update my slide deck:

Food and ingredient manufacturing company Kerry Inc. pleaded guilty today to a charge that it manufactured breakfast cereal under insanitary conditions at a facility in Gridley

Statement of Jerold Mande, CEO, Nourish Science

FDA Proposed Redesign of Human Foods Program

I congratulate Dr. Califf and FDA for making a serious effort to address FDA’s many food failings. Unfortunately, they failed to use this hard work to produce a plan that solves the fundamental problems.

The #1 problem is inadequate resources including

Tomorrow is the long-anticipated day that Dr. Califf is set to announce his intentions on how or if to implement the recommendations of the Reagan-Udall Foundation panel’s review of the FDA’s human foods program.

On behalf of the 48,000,000 Americans sickened by a foodborne illness yearly in the U.S. and the millions who die of

Dr.  Califf, I have deep admiration for your past and ongoing public service.  The hard work of trying to protect the food and drug supply in the United States is a difficult and at times thankless task.  The fact that you have taken this responsibility on more than once speaks volumes to your character.

Your decision post the