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    Potassium Chloride Should be Potassium Salt on Food Labels

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    Ashlee Knuckey, an Associate in Locke Lord’s Chicago office, authored a June 29th article focusing on a citizen petition filed on June 27, 2016 by NuTek Food Science LLC with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). In the article Knuckey examines the potential benefits to consumers if the FDA were to recognize ‘potassium salt’ as an additional common name for ‘potassium chloride.’ Knuckey states: “The labeling change proposed by the petition will provide clarity and consumer acceptance of potassium chloride, which will in turn help further the dietary goals articulated by the FDA — to lower sodium and increase potassium consumption."

    Click here to read the full article, “Potassium Chloride Should Be Potassium Salt On Food Labels” published by Law360.

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