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FDA Compelled To Test ‘Natural’ Climate But Hedges On Rulemaking Forecast

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

FDA notes three citizen petitions asking the agency to define “natural” for use in food labeling and one asking it to prohibit the term on labels in addition to federal courts requesting administrative determinations,. But a rulemaking might not be the outcome, and any decision will be a long time in coming.

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