US Extends Enforcement Discretion For Infant Formula Production With Guidance For Compliance
Guidance extends through Jan. 6 enforcement discretion for formula products cleared for sales under temporary guidance FDA announced in May. Further extensions possible for firms taking steps toward lawful marketing of products in US, agency says.
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