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Challenge To Hain Celestial ‘Natural’ Claim Could Be On Hold Pending FDA Definition

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Hain Celestial is not out of the woods regarding its Jason natural claims as an appeals court reverses a dismissal of a false-advertising class action. However, because the court agrees FDA should have primary jurisdiction over natural cosmetics claims, the case could be stayed until the agency defines the term as it applies to cosmetics.

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