WASHINGTON — The Food and Drug Administration is notifying a number of food manufacturers whose labels contain false or misleading claims, FDA Commissioner Margaret Hamburg said in an open letter to the industry Wednesday. Among those notified are companies making nutrition claims authorized for use with adults, but not for infants and young children under 2; misleading “healthy” claims that don’t meet well-established definitions for use of the term; trans fat-free claims that lead ...

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