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Updated Infant Formula Regs Raise Quality Control Bar

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Beginning in July 2014 manufacturers must test infant formulas for salmonella and cronobacter before distribution, according to an IFR and guidances FDA released Feb. 6. The rule also requires firms to prove formula meets quality standards including providing all necessary nutrients and appropriate levels of protein.

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