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Appropriators Agree On Boosting FDA's Supplement Sector Work, Not On Funding

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

House and Senate appropriation bills state markedly different funding levels for FDA's spending on research into supplement and food products by its Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition and on enforcement work in the field by the Office of Regulatory Affairs. Appropriators are more aligned, though, in requests to FDA about its oversight of dietary supplement manufacturing and marketing.


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