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Change to novel foods rules may open door for raft of new fruits … and health claims

Change to novel foods rules may open door for raft of new fruits … and health claims

Simplification and centralisation of the European novel foods process means applications based on traditional use will soon be allowed – Resulting in shorter and cheaper routes to market, and the potential for using new fruits and juices that could come with health claims, says Dr John Wilkinson.

"Talking about these things there are always questions that start to come into your head as a woman like: ‘Is this normal?’" © iStock.com

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