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Soluble fiber health claim

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

FDA announces Feb. 6 it proposes to amend the regulation on health claims of soluble fiber reducing the risk of coronary heart disease. The agency proposes to exempt certain foods from the nutrient content requirement of low fat. FDA says, "The exemption would apply if the food exceeds this requirement due to fat content derived from whole oat sources" such as oat bran, rolled oats, whole oat flour and oatrim. The amendment would allow the use of this health claim on some whole oats products that are currently ineligible. The comment deadline is April 23. FDA is amending the health claim in response to a 1995 petition from Pepsico's Quaker Oats Co...

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