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FDA Should Consider Pearson Model for Qualified Claims– NNFA

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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FDA needs to explore testing more specific, expanded qualified health claims language as suggested in the Pearson vs. Shalala decision, according to the National Nutritional Foods Association

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