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FDA Extends the Compliance Date for Removal of Partially Hydrogenated Oils From Food

May 18, 2018, Covington Alert

FDA announced that it has extended the June 18, 2018 compliance date for removal of industrially-produced partially hydrogenated oils (PHOs) from food. Simultaneously, FDA announced that it had denied approval a 2015 food additive petition (FAP) on limited uses of PHOs.

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