What implications does it give the consumer with the additional word "NEW" or "New and Improved" when added to "natural?" What was it before? Does the FDA provide precise guidelines?
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Dear Lizzy ~ We will eventually get answer. If they say NEW it must mean something was not "natural" about previous version, "no?" [Say with French accent.] Only makes you wonder.
Thanks, ICMN. I'm hoping someone will create a full and complete answer, maybe via a Hubpages. Maybe they will include the term "generic" in the answer, plus the types of foods, such as soy and corn, with possible health outcomes.