N.Y. Supplement Marketing Restriction Bill Raises Specter Of Copycats
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Stakeholders fear legislation proposed in New York to restrict sports supplement sales to consumers 18 and older and to require additional labeling could inspire copy-cats in other states. Trade groups say DSHEA already covers the proposed legislation’s goals.
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