Changes To “Old” Dietary Ingredients Do Not Make Them “New” – CRN, NNFA
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Manufacturers who modify a recommended dose or processing method for an "old" ingredient should not submit a New Dietary Ingredient notification to FDA, according to Feb. 1 comments from the Council for Responsible Nutrition
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