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Comparison of Imported European and US Infant Formulas: Labeling, Nutrient and Safety Concerns.

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Summary of "Comparison of Imported European and US Infant Formulas: Labeling, Nutrient and Safety Concerns."

Infant formula in the United States is highly regulated. The AAP has reported concerns over the use of non-FDA registered imported infant formulas. The purpose of this study is to identify Internet purchased and recommended imported European infant formulas and compare them to FDA labeling and nutrient requirements.

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Name: Journal of pediatric gastroenterology and nutrition
ISSN: 1536-4801
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