Regulatory News In Brief
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
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FDA acknowledges that enforcement activity on ephedra has been a lower priority than other adulterants since the agency banned ephedrine alkaloids in supplements in 2004. “The presumption was that it was banned and people were abiding by the law,” says FDA supplement official Daniel Fabricant.