Lowering Vitamin B6 Limit In Supplements Will Reduce EU Consumer Choice – Industry Group
“This is part of a very slippery slope for free choice and self-care in the EU,” commented Dr Nick van Ruiten, director of Alliance for Natural Health Europe, on EFSA's proposal to cut in half the upper limit for vitamin B6 in supplements.
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