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Harkin, Hatch Take Swing At FDA Pitch To Evaluate NDIs As Food Additives

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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The staunch industry allies explain their concerns about the potential for regulating new dietary ingredients as food additives in a letter to FDA Commissioner Hamburg. They point out DSHEA includes “an essential exclusion of dietary ingredients from the statutory definition of food additives.”

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