September 26, 2014
In a special report on food supplements in Europe, Nutraingredients.com has published an article in which the chairs of Food Supplements Europe (FSE) and Consumers for Health Choice (CHC) set out the diametrically opposed stance of their organisation on the implementation of harmonised MPLs for vitamins and supplements.
CHC Chair, Michael Peet, outlines the threat posed to consumer choice by the proposed introduction of low MPLs in the article and highlights that the “determined, rear-guard campaign” carried out by CHC has prevented these plans going ahead to date. Mr Peet concludes by emphasising that CHC will continue to lead the fight to protect consumer choice in supplements and ensure that the consumer’s voice is heard in the corridors of power in Brussels.
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