NPA Pre-DSHEA Ingredients Book: First Chapter In FDA's Industry-Sourced Reading?
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
NPA published a book listing pre-DSHEA dietary ingredients and FDA is interested in reviewing the trade group's methodology for compiling the list, which could be a litmus test for how the agency will evaluate industry-produced lists of “old” ingredients.
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