In Brief: Color additive market exclusivity
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Color additive market exclusivity: Food and color additive market exclusivity was "briefly discussed" by the Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee as "an incentive for research and development of new food and color additive products," according to the June 20 committee report on the Senate FDA reform bill (S 1477). The provision would be similar to the existing market exclusivity law that applies to prescription drugs, the report says. The idea was never formally introduced to the committee, according to the report, but "several members" indicated they were interested in pursuing the "matter further"...
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