CLINTON SIGNS DIETARY SUPPLEMENT BILL

WASHINGTON (FNS) -- President Bill Clinton signed into law a measure permitting all dietary supplements on the market by Oct. 15, 1994, to remain on store shelves unless the Food and Drug Administration proves they are unsafe. Clinton signed the bill Oct. 26, less than two weeks after it was approved by Congress."Manufacturers, experts in nutrition and legislators, acting in a conscientious alliance

WASHINGTON (FNS) -- President Bill Clinton signed into law a measure permitting all dietary supplements on the market by Oct. 15, 1994, to remain on store shelves unless the Food and Drug Administration proves they are unsafe. Clinton signed the bill Oct. 26, less than two weeks after it was approved by Congress.

"Manufacturers, experts in nutrition and legislators, acting in a conscientious alliance with consumers at the grass-roots level, have moved successfully to bring common sens

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