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Amarin's Omega-3 Fair Trade Complaint Questions US Dietary Ingredient Standards

This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet

Executive Summary

Amarin's recent fair trade complaint targetting purified EPA dietary supplements and formulations also raises broader questions about using synthetic dietary ingredients in consumer supplements and the extent to which a substance’s identification in an IND precludes subsequent use as a dietary ingredient.

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