FDA Lawyers Working To Defog “Clouding” Of Food/Supplement Boundary
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
FDA lawyers are taking a closer look at products marketed across the line between dietary supplements and foods, with special attention to beverages, according to Robert E. Brackett, head of the agency's food safety center
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