WASHINGTON (FNS) -- The Food and Drug Administration here has extended the public comment period for its proposed dietary-supplement labeling regulations to Sept. 28. Originally, the comment period was to have closed Aug. 27. "There is no special meaning to this extension," said Ruth Welch, FDA press officer. "There are often extensions given for public comment periods." The regulations will define the types of statements that can be made about the effect of a dietary supplement on the ...
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