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AFDO calls out FDA to rule on safety of activated charcoal in foods, beverages

New resolution urges federal leadership on trendy ingredient to avoid a patchwork of local rules

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State food officials are questioning the safety and regulatory status of activated carbon or charcoal, a trendy ingredient used in foods and beverages, and asking FDA to advise on the matter to avoid a patchwork of local rules.

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