NEW YORK — The Federal Trade Commission is keeping close watch on nutritional claims made by major food marketers, especially when their products are geared toward children, said Leonard Gordon, director of the northeast regional office of the Federal Trade Commission, earlier this month. “More and more products — food products — are making health claims, and I think you're going to see more enforcement there,” said Gordon during a briefing on the new direction of FTC consumer protection at ...

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