Supplement labeling guidance
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
FDA issues "non-binding" 1Dietary Supplement Labeling Guide April 14. The eight-chapter document answers frequently asked questions and provides clarity on supplement labeling issues, such as differences between the "Nutrition Facts" and "Supplement Facts" panels, and how to calculate the percent Daily Value. Other topics include nutrient content claims and "high" or "good source" claims, and information on filing new dietary ingredient notifications...
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