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CSPI still after Olean

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The Center for Science in the Public Interest, Washington, is urging the Federal Trade Commission to require Procter & Gamble Co. to include warnings on any ads for Olean fat replacement product and products containing Olean. CSPI, which had opposed approval of the product, wants the ads to carry the same three-sentence information label on products containing Olean about the possibility of abdominal cramping. P&G called CSPI's statement "nothing but a publicity stunt designed to create more hysteria. What they have described as a warning label is an information label; many products contain informational labels."

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