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Qualifying Language For Supplement Claims Needs Clarification – CRN

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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The role that qualifying language can play in dietary supplement structure/function claims is unclear in FDA's draft guidance on claim substantiation, the Council for Responsible Nutrition says in Jan. 10 comments
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