- Fibersol®-2 can be labeled as "digestion resistant maltodextrin", "resistant maltodextrin", "maltodextrin", or "soluble corn fiber".
- Any of the above can be followed by "fiber", "dietary fiber", "soluble dietary fiber", "source of dietary fiber", "dietary fiber, Fibersol®-2", or "Fibersol®-2".
- Example: maltodextrin (dietary fiber, Fibersol®-2)
Nutrient Content Claims
- “Good source” claim = 10+% DV = 2.5 g total dietary fiber per serving = 2.8 g Fibersol®-2 as is per serving (assumes Fibersol-2 is sole source of dietary fiber)
- “Excellent source” claim = 20+% DV = 5.0 g total dietary fiber per serving = 5.6 g Fibersol-2 per serving (assumed Fibersol-2 is sole source of dietary fiber)
- In support of nutrient content claims, factors such as the amount of total fat, saturated fat, cholesterol and sodium in the finished food must be taken into account to allow a claim. Standard of identity must be properly identified when incorporating Fibersol-2 into any application. Additional qualifications apply.
- In support of structure/function claims, typically, a minimum 6.0+ g Fibersol-2 as is per serving is needed to couple back to existing and ongoing clinical research. Factors such as amount of total fat, saturated fat, cholesterol and sodium in the finished food to which Fibersol-2 is added need to be taken into account to allow a claim. Customer assumes all final responsibility for claim support of their product.
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