USA: GMA: Proposed 'Food Police' Ban on Functional Foods Is 'Over-The-Top Dietary Puritanism'
A proposal to ban a broad array of so called functional foods is a "frenzied overreaction," the Grocery Manufacturers of America said today. GMA's comments came as the Center for Science in the Public Interest expressed its continued opposition to functional foods, which are often described as foods that may provide some type of recognized nutritional or health benefits.
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