EU Health Food Industry Proposes Three-Tier Claims System To Break Botanicals Deadlock
Attempting to find a way out of the current EU botanicals stalemate, the European Health Product Manufacturers Federation (EHPM) outlines a three-level framework for the assessment of health claims made for herbal food supplements.
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