WASHINGTON (FNS) -- Congress has passed a bill that would permit all dietary supplements on the market by Oct. 15, 1994, to remain on store shelves unless the Food and Drug Administration proves they are unsafe. The measure was ushered through Congress before adjournment for the Nov. 8 elections and has been sent to President Clinton to be signed into law. If signed, the measure would have several ramifications for the sale and regulation of dietary supplements, which include vitamins, ...

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