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"Antioxidant" classification as nutrient content claim disputed by CRN.

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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CRN OBJECTS TO FDA CLASSIFICATION OF "ANTIOXIDANT" AS NUTRIENT CONTENT CLAIM in April 11 comments on the agency's proposed rule defining "antioxidant" and "high potency" published in the Dec. 28, 1995 Federal Register ("The Tan Sheet" Jan. 1, p. 20). Instead, the Council for Responsible Nutrition maintains that "antioxidant" is a nutritional support claim because the term "is clearly related to the effects of this class of substances on the structure and function of the body."
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