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Sodium content label requirements for oral care products "inappropriate," Church & Dwight.

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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SODIUM CONTENT LABELING REQUIREMENTS FOR ORAL CARE PRODUCTS "INAPPROPRIATE," Church & Dwight asserts in Sept. 19 comments to FDA. "There is no evidence to indicate that the small amounts of sodium obtained through inadvertent ingestion of dentifrice or other oral care products is significant to consumers who have been advised to monitor sodium intake," the company maintains.
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