Sweden Proposes Maximum Levels For Vitamin D And Iodine In Supplements
Concerned about adverse health effects, Sweden wants to limit the amount of vitamin D and iodine in supplements from January 2024. In setting maximum levels for certain vitamins and minerals, Sweden will join a host of European countries introducing national rules in the absence of direction from the European Commission.
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