Label Claims for Food & Dietary Supplements
Among the claims that can be used on food and dietary supplement labels are three categories of claims that are defined by statute and/or FDA regulations: health claims, nutrient content claims, and structure/function claims. Learn more about these categories from Label Claims for Conventional Foods and Dietary Supplements.
FDA encourages that petitions and notifications be submitted in electronic form. See How to Submit Label Claim Petitions & Notifications: Electronic Submission of Health Claim Petitions and Notifications for more information.
Types of Claims
Definitions, Guidance, Regulatory Information, and Permitted Claims
- FDA Modernization Act of 1997 (FDAMA) Health and Nutrient Content Claims
- Health Claims That Meet Significant Scientific Agreement (SSA)
- Qualified Health Claims
- Nutrient Content Claims
- Structure/Function Claims for Dietary Supplements and Conventional Foods
- Organic on Food Labels
- Use of the Term Natural on Food Labeling
- Use of the Term Healthy on Food Labeling