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FDA, CRN Say Proper Supplement Labeling Can Enhance Consumer Trust

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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The current implementation of health claims and labeling information for foods and supplements is not adequately informing consumers on how to make healthy dietary choices, according to CFSAN's Barbara Schneeman, PhD
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