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"Functional" Margarine Long-Term Effects Monitoring Advised By FDA

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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FDA "believes it would be both prudent and responsible" for Benecol marketer McNeil Consumer Healthcare and Take Control marketer Unilever/Lipton to "continue to monitor, through scientific studies or otherwise, consumers' dietary exposure" to each product's respective active ingredient, the agency tells the companies in recent letters notifying them of marketing clearance for their products.

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