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NNFA REQUESTS DIETARY SUPPLEMENT STATUS FOR POWDERED DRINK MIXES

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NNFA REQUESTS DIETARY SUPPLEMENT STATUS FOR POWDERED DRINK MIXES, "other nutritional beverages" and "nutritional bars" in an April 15 citizen's petition submitted to FDA. The National Nutritional Foods Association is asking FDA to publish a notice in the Federal Register stating that powdered drink mixes "to which water, milk, or juice are added," other nutritional drinks and nutritional bars "which are intended to supplement the diet and which are not intended" to be consumed as conventional foods be considered dietary supplements under the Nutrition Labeling & Education Act regulations published by the agency.
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