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Qualified Health Claim Linking Green Tea To CVD Reduction Denied By FDA

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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"No credible evidence" exists to approve a qualified health claim linking green tea or green tea extract to a reduction of risk factors associated with cardiovascular disease, FDA states in a letter of denial to green tea marketer Ito En May 9

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