Labeling Beverages And Supplements Post-FDA Guidance

Law360, New York (February 05, 2014, 4:33 PM ET) -- Look in the refrigerator section of any convenience store and you are likely to see dozens of cans and bottles claiming to do more than just quench your thirst. Liquid products claim to provide energy, promote calmness, increase focus and offer countless other functional benefits. While they may be packaged in similar containers and make similar claims, a close inspection of the labels of these products reveals that some are labeled as conventional beverages; others are labeled as dietary supplements. While the significance of that difference...
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