FDA Denies Use of Claim for Vitamin D Reducing MS Risk

Last week, the FDA concluded that there is no credible evidence of a relationship between intake of vitamin D and a reduced risk of multiple sclerosis (MS). The petition, submitted on behalf of Bayer, requested use of the claim “Vitamin D may reduc… Read More
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FDA Amends Food Additive Regulations to Expand Permitted Uses of Vitamin D in Food

Contributor: Rachel Rosenberg As of July 16, 2016, FDA’s amendment to expand the safe uses of vitamin D2 and D3 as nutrient supplements in food for human consumption became effective. This amendment stems from a food additive petition (FAP 3A4801)… Read More
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