McCaskill Not Sold On Retailer Exemption From Supplement AER Filing
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
FDA regulations exempt retailers from compiling supplement adverse event reports, even for products that bear a store brand. Private label firms or contract manufacturers are required to receive AERs linked to those products and to forward reports of serious events to FDA within 15 days.
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