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NATIONAL CONSUMERS LEAGUE PROPOSES "STREAMLINED" FOLIC ACID LABEL

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NATIONAL CONSUMERS LEAGUE PROPOSES "STREAMLINED" FOLIC ACID LABEL by urging FDA to allow "manufacturers to delete references to the multifactorial nature" of neural tube defects and to the prevalence of NTDs. In a Dec. 23 letter to FDA, NCL noted that FDA "already requires health claims to indicate that folate may reduce the risk" of NTDs. The consumer group argued that "this language makes it clear that consuming adequate folate is not a foolproof means of avoiding NTDs, which indicates that NTDs have other causes."
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