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California Secretary of Food & Agriculture to decide by Jan. 20 whether to allow sales of Benecol-containing yogurt. State regulators originally were slated to rule Dec. 19 on a petition from dairy products manufacturer Super Store Industries filed on behalf of McNeil Consumer Healthcare (1"The Tan Sheet" Nov. 22, 1999, In Brief). Reportedly, the state balked at SSI's proposed temporary standard for a cultured dairy product "with a functional dietary ingredient," insisting instead on a nomenclature change to "plant stanol esters"

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