Mandatory folic acid fortification of foods might not be needed

08/24/2009 | HealthDay News

Researchers found that it may be unnecessary to require folic acid fortification of food products for new mothers and their babies. They said samples of food products voluntarily fortified with folic acid by food makers contain adequate amounts to reduce the risk of spina bifida and other birth defects.

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