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HHS Pegs FDA’s ‘Healthy’ Labeling, Yogurt Rules As Future Priorities

By Kelly Lienhard / March 31, 2021 at 4:39 PM
HHS on Tuesday (March 30) pinpointed several FDA food regulations it would like to advance in the “foreseeable future,” including rules that would update the definition of the claim “healthy” on food labels, remove the “generally recognized as safe” designation from partially hydrogenated oils, and update standards of identity for low- and nonfat yogurt. HHS included the food regulations in its semi-annual regulatory agenda, which highlighted a handful of regulations that were also included in the Trump administration’s fall 2020...


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