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Percentage claims for non-RDI/DRV ingredients allowed in supplement labeling.

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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DIETARY SUPPLEMENT PERCENTAGE CLAIMS FOR INGREDIENTS LACKING RDI/DRVs would be allowed under a proposed rule published in the Dec. 28 Federal Register that implements a number of Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act provisions. FDA said it interprets DSHEA as authorizing labeling claims "that disclose the percentage level" in supplements of dietary ingredients for which no Reference Daily Intake or Daily Recommended Value has been established. For example, the claim "40% omega-3 fatty acids" would be acceptable under the act, the agency noted.
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