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Benecol Prototype Label Does Not Describe Dietary Supplement - FDA

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Prototype labeling for McNeil's soon-to-be-launched Benecol cholesterol-reducing spread represents the product as a conventional food and not as a dietary supplement, FDA Center for Food Safety & Applied Nutrition Director Joseph Levitt tells the company in an Oct. 28 letter.
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