Consumer Groups Add Pressure To Stop QHCs Program For Conventional Foods
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Major public health and consumer groups are urging FDA to stop evaluating qualified health claims for conventional foods and "reallocate the funds used to review" the claims to enforcement efforts
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