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GSK Appeals Industry Self-Regulation Forum’s Finding Against Benefiber ‘100% Natural’ Claim

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GSK will appeal a finding that it doesn’t support its “100% Natural” claim for Benefiber Original and Healthy Shape. Question asked in the review from a P&G challenge reflects FDA’s ongoing consideration of whether a public health concern will emerge if it doesn’t substantially expand its regulation of use of the term.

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