FDA Doubts 'Certainty' Of Soy Heart Benefit In First Health Claim Revocation
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
FDA proposed rule would revoke health claims for soy protein and heart disease, the first time the agency has backtracked on an authorized claim. NPA CEO Dan Fabricant says the proposal could sway food and supplement firms to seek qualified health claims rather than invest in research to support authorized health claims.
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