GNC Shares GMP Guidelines To Boost Compliance, Not Suggest DSHEA Reform
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Sharing the guidelines, along with AHPA's good agricultural practices, across the industry should help firms comply with FDA's GMPs required under DSHEA, says GNC CEO Mike Archbold. "I would encourage all, including legislators, to take a look at what we are doing," he says.
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