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By Julie Glazer
Last week the FTC sued Gerber Products Co., alleging that it has no basis for asserting that its Good Start Gentle baby formula reduces the risk of infant allergy development and that these health claims were falsely advertised as “FDA Approved.”
Whether to identify products as “FDA Approved” raises important questions for companies considering using qualified health claims. Many companies choose not to make such claims, given the often confusing nature of FDA-required language identifying limited evidence supporting the claims.
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