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HATCH-HARKIN BILL INCLUDES PROVISION FOR STRUCTURE-FUNCTION CLAIMS

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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HATCH-HARKIN BILL INCLUDES PROVISION FOR STRUCTURE-FUNCTION CLAIMS that would allow dietary supplement companies to make labeling claims relating a physical deficiency with a particular nutrient, attorney Kevin McGuinness (McGuinness & Holch) told the National Nutritional Foods Association's annual convention in Las Vegas July 29-Aug. 1. Examples of acceptable labeling claims that fall into this category might include: "vitamin C builds connective tissue," "vitamin E strengthens the skin," or "beta carotene strengthens the function of the eye," McGuinness said.

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