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Blood Glucose Health Claim For Dietary Supplement Set For UK Assessment

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Ascarit is seeking UK approval for the health claim “clinically proven in assisting healthy blood glucose levels” in the target population of type 2 diabetics for its white mulberry-based dietary supplement. It will be just the second claim assessed by the UK Nutrition and Health Claims Committee which took over the role from EFSA on 1 January 2021 following Brexit.

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