Video: FDAs Proposed Changes Could Affect How Fiber is Labelled

Andrea Wong, vice president of scientific and regulatory affairs, Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN), explains how CRN is encouraged by FDA’s proposed changes to the supplement facts panel, but is concerned with how the agency wants to label certain ingredients such as fiber and vitamin K.

FDA proposed changes to the supplement facts and nutrition facts panels that are prominent on supplement and food products, respectively. Andrea Wong, vice president of scientific and regulatory affairs, Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN), explains how CRN is encouraged by FDA’s changes, but is concerned with how the agency wants to label certain ingredients such as fiber and vitamin K. Watch this INSIDER interview with Wong to learn why these proposed changes could affect natural product labelling and formulation.

For more information, read INSIDER’s article “NPA, CRN Weigh in on FDA Changes to Food, Supplement Labels.”

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