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South Korea Consults on Standard for Prohibited Content in Food Labels and Advertisements

  •   29 Apr 2019
  •    Anne Peng
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    South Korea formulated a new standard to specify prohibited food labeling and advertising content and includes specification on confusing labeling terminology or words which exaggerate efficacy/function. 

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