FDA food health claim policy "needs attention," Wisconsin researcher tells Hill hearing.
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
FOOD HEALTH CLAIMS POLICY BASED ON "SCIENTIFICALLY SOUND" DECISIONS needs to be established by FDA, Michael Pariza, PhD, University of Wisconsin-Madison, recommended to the House Commerce/Health Subcommittee Feb. 27. Pariza suggested in written testimony that attention be paid to the agency's current requirements for health claims related to foods as the possibility of FDA reform is debated by Congress.
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