The NFL is going after food companies that have been implicated in food safety issues.
The NFL said it has been reaching out to major food companies to ask them to voluntarily change their food ingredients.
That means companies will no longer be allowed to use ingredients that contain ingredients with known health risks.
NFL said the move is designed to help protect the health of the NFL and its fans.
The league is taking a number of steps to make sure the food industry can’t use potentially harmful ingredients in products like baked goods, ice cream, sauces, and ice cream sundaes.
The move also is intended to protect the NFL from lawsuits brought by customers who say their health was harmed by the use of those products.
It’s not the first time the NFL has sought to tackle food safety concerns.
The governing body recently fined a number to the tune of $250,000 to one of the largest companies in the food and beverage industry for violating a health policy.
The company is based in Virginia, which is the home state of the Los Angeles Rams.
The Rams are also based in Los Angeles.
The owners of the Rams have previously sued food companies for using ingredients that they claim are safe.
In the case of the New Orleans Saints, the NFL sued the NFL in 2013 and settled in 2017 for $500,000.