WASHINGTON -- Amid the inevitable controversies over dietary supplement product claims and the public's demand for health solutions at a low cost, the retailer should proceed cautiously, according to some who participated in New York-based Strategic Research Institute's Food Labeling and Health Related Claims Conference here. The conference, Jan. 26 and 27, drew some 50 delegates from leading food and nutritional-supplement manufacturers, as well as other executives from the neutraceutical ...

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