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Standardized label exemption for small packages may be considered by FDA.

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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STANDARDIZED OTC LABELING SMALL PACKAGE EXEMPTION may be considered by FDA if a bulleted label format is ultimately endorsed by the agency. At an Aug. 17 "OTC feedback" meeting between FDA and industry on OTC label reform, both sides supported a label format that incorporates bullets to make label information more understandable to consumers. However, when industry members maintained that a bulleted format would not be possible on smaller packages, such as roll-packs, FDA Office of OTC Drug Evaluation Director Michael Weintraub, MD, acknowledged that "we may have to exempt small packages" from standardized label regulations.
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