CFSAN’s Brackett Says Supplement GMPs Remain Top Priority
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
FDA is now aiming to get a final rule out on dietary supplement good manufacturing practices by the end of 2004
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National Nutritional Foods Association is poised to analyze long-awaited supplement good manufacturing practices when FDA publishes a final rule "at any time," the group says. NNFA plans to hold a web conference "within 72 hours of the rule's publication to discuss key legal and regulatory aspects of the rule" in order to "help industry better understand the impact of the final regulation." For information, visit NNFA's 1website. CFSAN Director Robert Brackett said in May the agency is aiming to release the final rule by the end of the year (2"The Tan Sheet" May, 10, 2004, p. 16)...
The Consumer Healthcare Products Association is urging FDA to "commit to finalization" of dietary supplement GMPs as part of the Center for Food Safety & Applied Nutrition's fiscal 2005 priorities
FDA will publish a final rule on dietary supplement good manufacturing practices in November, according to HHS' semi-annual "unified agenda" published in the Federal Register June 28