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In Absence Of Standards For Natural, NAD Focuses On Context

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Without regulatory guidelines, the National Advertising Division evaluates natural claims based on consumer expectations and the context in which they are used, a staff attorney says. Speakers at NAD’s annual meeting said natural claims guidance is not an FDA priority, but industry might be better off without regulatory input.

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