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FDA's proposed rules on creation and maintenance of records for health claims are "wholly extra-legal," the National Nutritional Foods Association asserts in April 16 comments. Responding to the agency's requirements for nutrient content claims under the Nutrition Labeling and Education Act, NNFA maintained that "nowhere in NLEA is there a requirement that records regarding authorized health claims be created or maintained or that the burden of proof regarding whether the claim is false or misleading be shifted to anyone other than FDA"...

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