Does a food business need to renew its systematic review for a self-substantiated health claim?

When making a general-level health claim, a food business has the option to self-substantiate the claim through undertaking its own systematic review. But what are the requirements when it comes to maintaining and updating substantiation evidence? This article addresses this issue in considering the role of self-substantiation in Australia’s health claim regulatory framework.

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