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Trans fat labeling

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FDA has added an addendum to its recent guidance on requesting an extension to use existing label stock after the trans fat labeling effective date of Jan. 1, the agency said Dec. 30. Due to the "numerous requests" from industry on the guidance and the agency's "limited resources to handle all of these pending requests prior to the Jan. 1 effective date," FDA will only consider requests postmarked as of Dec. 31. In order to be considered, the requests must be for product labels that otherwise comply with FDA labeling requirements. The product also must not contain more than 0.5 g trans fat per labeled serving. The labeling guidance was released Dec. 14 (1"The Tan Sheet" Dec. 12, 2005, In Brief)...
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