Kellogg submits citizen petition for CHD prevention claim for dietary psyllium.
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
KELLOGG PETITION FOR DIETARY PSYLLIUM CHD PREVENTION CLAIM requests that foods be eligible to bear the claim if they contain 2.5 g or more of psyllium and 1.7 g or more of soluble fiber per "reference amount customarily consumed" (RACC). Kellogg Company is seeking FDA approval of a health claim linking consumption of soluble fiber from psyllium to a reduced risk of coronary heart disease. The petition, dated June 11, only recently became available through FDA.
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