In compliance with the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) amendments, the Food and Drug Administration has published a draft study report on the feasibility of several methods of informing customers of the contents of bottled water. The report was the product of input gathered from all segments of the general population, including trade associations, consumers, consumer advocacy groups, industries and educational institutions. FDA's inquiry was concerned specifically with information on ...

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