Ireland Sets Maximum Levels For Vitamins As Supplement Popularity Grows
As more and more dietary supplements flood the Irish market to meet the demand created by the COVID-19 pandemic, Ireland has joined a number of its EU neighbors in setting maximum levels for certain vitamins and minerals to protect consumer health.
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