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D-tagatose

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Final rule on d-tagatose permits products containing sugar-based ingredient to bear dental caries health claim, but not "sugar free" statement on labeling, FDA announces in a July 3 Federal Register notice. Rule finalizes an interim final rule released Dec. 2, 2002. Jan. 9 petition by Arla Foods requested the agency include d-tagatose in list of substances that may carry the dental caries claim and to remove the ingredient from the list of "sugars." FDA will permit labeling bearing statement that d-tagatose "does not promote, or may reduce the risk of, tooth decay." Denmark-based Arla Foods said d-tagatose currently is being tested in various consumer products, and branded products carrying the ingredient could launch nationwide this summer...
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