Codex and NNFA
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
An online Codex Alimentarius Resource Center has been launched by the National Nutritional Foods Association "in the wake of the widely circulated, erroneous reports regarding Codex Alimentarius and its effect on the U.S. dietary supplement industry," the association announces May 23. The 1website includes information about Codex' purpose and responsibilities, as well as the expected impact of Codex guidelines on the U.S. supplement industry. NNFA's position on Codex and a link to the website for the U.S. Codex Office also are included...
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