Increased Supplement Association Cooperation Urged By CRN
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
The various associations representing dietary supplement companies must step up their efforts to "work together in a cooperative, cohesive manner," Council for Responsible Nutrition President and CEO John Cordaro stated at the group's annual conference in Palm Springs, Calif. Oct. 3-6.
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