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Crossing the Line Between Food and Drugs

This article was originally published in RPM Report

Executive Summary

In the era of “nutraceuticals,” the lines between a food, a dietary supplement, a drug can be hard to define—even though they make a huge difference in the regulatory standards that apply. In a March 5 Warning Letter to Breathable Foods Inc., however, the agency drew a very bright line when it comes to inhaled caffeine: the role played by the human epiglottis.

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