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- Register Now and Join Us at ERA D2C

- What You Think You Know Can Hurt You

- FDA Serves Seconds on Medical Food Guidance

- Facebook Promotions? You Don't Need an App for That

- Marketers Pass on NAD; NAD Passes Marketers to FTC

- Upcoming Events

- Excerpt from: FDA Serves Seconds on Medical Food Guidance

On August 13, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released a second version of its draft guidance on medical foods. The draft guidance, Frequently Asked Questions About Medical Foods; Second Edition, amends and expands upon the original draft guidance published in 2007. Medical foods are specially formulated foods intended for the dietary management of a disease or condition that has distinctive nutritional requirements that cannot be met by a normal diet alone.

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