Dietary Supplement Field Activities Could Require $31.2 Mil. – CFSAN
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
The Center for Food Safety & Applied Nutrition estimates it will need up to $31.2 mil. to support field activities by the fifth year of the center's Dietary Supplement Strategic Plan
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