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Topic - Regina Hildwine
Hildwine says her Washington-based group, which represents 300 top food, beverage companies _ including Nestle, General Mills Inc., and Coca-Cola Co. _ has provided extensive feedback to the FDA in the run-up to their proposed rule.
"A color-coded scheme would not be as helpful to consumers as a fact-based approach," she said.