China Takes "Baby Steps" Toward More Open Supplement Regulation
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
China's health product regulators are taking "baby steps" toward more streamlined approval of supplements, but multi-ingredient products likely will face a series of hurdles before market, says Jeff Crowther, former executive director of the Natural Products Association's Beijing office
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