EU Regulatory Round-Up: EFSA Scientific Opinions On Novel Foods, Vitamin K2 Health Claim
Vitamin D mushroom powder, selenium- and chromium-enriched biomass of y. lipolytica and astaxanthin-based pink coloring are novel foods considered by the European Food Safety Authority's Authority’s Panel on Nutrition, Novel Foods and Food Allergens. The NDA also rejects a health claim for NattoPharma’s vitamin K2 food supplement, MenaQ7.
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