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SIDI Supplier Protocol Update Adds To Burgeoning Self-Regulation Library

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

SIDI's draft protocol update incorporates changes to guide compliance with rules established by FSMA relevant to supplement firms and adds information on economically motivated adulteration and determining whether dietary ingredients are grandfathered as compliant under DSHEA.

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