Mars CocoaVia Chocolate Bars Receive No Kudos In FDA Warning Letter
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
CocoaVia chocolate bars are adulterated "in that they contain a food additive, namely folic acid, which is unsafe within the meaning of section 409" of the FD&C Act, CFSAN Office of Compliance Director Joseph Baca tells Mars in a recent warning letter
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