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FDA gives more time for comments on ‘potassium chloride salt’ proposal

Industry groups request more time to study impact of proposed change

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Responding to request from industry, FDA announced on Tuesday (July 9) it is extending by 60 days, until Sept. 19, the comment period for a proposal to allow companies to describe potassium chloride as “potassium chloride salt” on food labels.

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