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Regulating 'Natural' In Supplement Labeling Would Stem Rise In Litigation – CRN

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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CRN urges FDA to mirror the USDA National Organic Program's tiered approach to organic claims in a regulation on the use of “natural” in supplement and food labels. The agency should allow natural labeling beyond raw ingredients and single-ingredient products, says CRN.

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