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Relaxed labeling rules could expand market -- and consumer risks

TOKYO -- A food-labeling category introduced in April could give Japan's health-food market a boost, but critics warn that it poses potential risks to consumers.

     The move is a key component of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's growth strategy, and is aimed at accelerating sales of "functional foods" and creating new business opportunities for farmers.

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