Pure Food and Drug Act

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The Pure Food and Drug Act was a law passed in 1906 under the Roosevelt administration. It required food and drug manufacturers to have a nutrition facts list (on food) and a drug facts list (on medicine), and the removal of questionable ingredients from foods and medicines.

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