Supplement AER Under-Reporting Marks Tip Of Compliance Iceberg – FDA
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
FDA’s dietary supplement program chief raised eyebrows at a botanical products conference citing low estimates on rates of compliance with the good manufacturing practices final rule and the new dietary ingredient notification requirements, as well as adverse event reporting.
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