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Rose Report Podcast – September 2017

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Rose Sheet’s editorial team counts down top news items in the cosmetics and dietary supplement sectors over the past month, including possible cosmetics regulatory convergence under a renegotiated NAFTA, the FTC’s first enforcement action against social media influencers, FDA movement to develop a list of “old dietary ingredients” pre-dating DSHEA, and more.

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