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Folic acid health claim to prevent NTDs shortened in final rule; fortification to be required.

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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FDA ALLOWING MORE "SUCCINCT" FOLIC ACID HEALTH CLAIM under a final rule that is expected to appear in the March 7 Federal Register. The streamlined claim for folic acid is part of several regulations that will appear in the Federal Register aimed at extending the dietary supplement folic acid claim, allowed since January 1994, to conventional foods and requiring dietary supplement fortification of specified grain products. The rules supercede the January 1994 reg.
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