USA: Food allergen labeling guidelines represents the food industry's 'commitment to consumer information,' says NFPA
The National Food Processors Association (NFPA) joins with its partners from industry and consumer organizations in the Food Allergy Issues Alliance to announce publication of the consensus document, Food Allergen Labeling Guidelines. "The Food Allergen Labeling Guidelines represent an important commitment by the food industry to empowering consumers with the information they need on the serious issue of food allergies," said Dr. Rhona Applebaum, NFPA's Executive Vice President of Scientific and Regulatory Affairs.
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