UK: FSA and health departments host debate on fortification of flour with folic acid
The Food Standards Agency (FSA), jointly with the UK's Health Departments, will host an open stakeholders meeting on folic acid at the Queen Elizabeth II conference centre on 18 March. Further to the findings of a public consultation carried out in 2000, this meeting will help to shape and inform the Agency's and Health Departments eventual recommendations to Government on whether flour should be fortified with folic acid.
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