FDA food labeling hearings
Announced in Sept. 20 Federal Register. Hearings will provide an opportunity to respond to FDA's proposed food labeling regs, published in the Aug. 8 Federal Register. Subjects, dates and locations of hearings are: nutrition label content (Oct. 16 at the University of Illinois College of Pharmacy, Chicago, Ill.); ingredient labeling and food standards, food descriptions (Nov. 1 at the University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, Texas); health messages (Dec. 7 at the Jackson Federal Building, Seattle, Washington); and nutrition label format (Dec. 13 at the Richard B. Russell Federal Building, Atlanta, Georgia). Comment period on the advanced notice of proposed rulemaking has been extended to Jan. 5, 1990.
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