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NLEA proposed rule providing "basis" for shortened health claims published Dec. 21.

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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NLEA PROPOSED RULE PROVIDING "BASIS" FOR SHORTENED HEALTH CLAIMS was published by FDA in the Dec. 21 Federal Register. The agency said it is proposing "to provide the basis for shortened health claims by making optional" some currently required elements. For example, the agency proposed to delete the requirement for the calcium/osteoporosis claim to "list specific factors, including sex, race and age that place persons at risk of developing osteoporosis and stat[e] that an adequate level of exercise [is] also needed."
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