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Calcium lead limit sought by NRDC "not scientifically defensible" or "feasible," FDA told.

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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CALCIUM LEAD LIMIT REQUESTED BY NRDC "NOT SCIENTIFICALLY DEFENSIBLE" or "commercially feasible," the Council for Responsible Nutrition and Nonprescription Drug Manufacturers Association argue in a June 10 joint citizen petition to FDA. The filing responds to the January petition by the Natural Resources Defense Council seeking an FDA-established upper limit of .5 mcg of lead per maximum recommended daily dosage for calcium supplements and antacid products ("The Tan Sheet" Feb. 3, p. 9). The .5 mcg/day level is based on California's Proposition 65 limit for lead.
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