Acceptability Study for an ONS

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Dear Advisory Committee on Borderline Substances,

I would be grateful if you could advise on whether the oral nutritional supplement ‘Foodlink Complete with Fibre’ underwent an 'Acceptability Study For a Nutritional Product' as per ACBS Appendix 5 in the UK? Furthermore are you able to advise whether this study received a UK Research Ethics Committee approval before it was carried out? My concerns are around the GI tolerance of such a product if switching from a non-fibre containing ONS.

The UK Policy Framework for Health and Social Care Research sets out the principle of making information about research publicly available and unfortunately I have not been able to find any detail on either the ‘International Standard Randomised Controlled Trial Number Register’ ( or at therefore am making this request.

Yours faithfully,

Gemma Fry

Advisory Committee on Borderline Substances

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