FDA "Not Happy" Without NDI Guidance, Works To Improve Acceptance Rates
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
FDA is working to raise the acceptance rate for new dietary ingredient notifications from the current level of roughly 25 percent even as much-needed industry guidance is delayed, a Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition executive says
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