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Soy claims

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

Solae Company's petition for health claims that soy protein-based foods may reduce the risk of certain types of cancer is being reviewed by FDA, the St. Louis based firm announced April 16. The petition cites 58 studies supporting the relationships, Solae says. The DuPont/Bunge joint venture is "looking forward to the agency's evaluation"...

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