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Ideal AER, Internet Legislation Outlined By CFSAN’s Brackett, FTC’s Peeler

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Legislation for dietary supplement AERs should take into account that FDA needs detailed ingredient information in the reports to establish causality, according to Center for Food Safety & Applied Nutrition Director Robert Brackett, PhD

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