NPA Offers Trump Administration Supplement Industry Shopping List
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
NPA CEO Daniel Fabricant provides 2011 sales statistics for the natural product and dietary supplement sectors and encourages the Trump administration to allow NPA to work closely with FDA on a guidance for NDI notifications.
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