The FDA seeks to apply ruling to commonly confusing gluten-free foods.
The celiac disease community has been awaiting proposed guidance on hydrolyzed and fermented foods from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) since its final gluten-free labeling rule was released in 2013. The agency has finally released draft language for public comment.
Hydrolyzed and fermented foods covered by the FDA include products like:
The FDA is accepting public comments beginning Wednesday, November 18. To electronically submit comments to the docket, visit www.regulations.gov and type docket number “FDA-2014-N-1021” in the search box.
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