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FDA Grants 6-Month Period of Enforcement Discretion for New Nutrition Labeling Requirements

October 24, 2019, Covington Alert

Yesterday, FDA announced that it will grant a 6-month period of enforcement discretion for manufacturers to meet the agency's new nutrition labeling requirements. In an updated Q&A on FDA's webpage for Industry Resources on Changes to the Nutrition Facts Label, FDA added the following: I understand that FDA has received multiple requests from manufacturers to provide additional time to comply with the new requirements. Do I still have to meet the January 1, 2020, compliance date?

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