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Infant Formula Selenium Rule Agrees With Manufacturers’ Routines

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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FDA issues a final rule on a range for selenium in infant formulas, denying industry requests to broaden the range to accommodate products currently outside the agency’s 2-7 mcg per 100 kilocalorie range. The rule finalizes a proposal from 2013 and takes effect in June 2016.

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