Do Formulated Supplementary Sports Foods have stricter health claim requirements?

Although they are a product category that many consumers may perceive to be inherently “healthy”, Formulated Supplementary Sports Foods are subject to special requirements when it comes to making health claims. This article addresses how these requirements differ to the general requirements for health claims under Standard 1.2.7, and whether as a result sports foods face more onerous obligations when it comes to health claims. It also considers recent developments of FSANZ Proposal P1030 dealing with the use of self-substantiated health claims for sports foods.

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