FDA WARNS OF MISBRANDED CEREALS, NOW DISCONTINUED

WASHINGTON -- The Food and Drug Administration here sent a letter in June to a Massachusetts cereal manufacturer warning that two of its products were misbranded. However, the cereals -- containing "novel" ingredients -- had been discontinued for almost a year by then.Charles T. Verde, president, U.S. Mills, Needham, Mass., told SN that in April 2000, his company acquired New Morn, which had originally

WASHINGTON -- The Food and Drug Administration here sent a letter in June to a Massachusetts cereal manufacturer warning that two of its products were misbranded. However, the cereals -- containing "novel" ingredients -- had been discontinued for almost a year by then.

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