WASHINGTON -- The Food and Drug Administration here sent a letter in June to a Massachusetts cereal manufacturer warning that two of its products were misbranded. However, the cereals -- containing "novel" ingredients -- had been discontinued for almost a year by then. Charles T. Verde, president, U.S. Mills, Needham, Mass., told SN that in April 2000, his company acquired New Morn, which had originally introduced New Morning Organic GinkgO's and Organic Ginseng Crunch. Both products were ...

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