US Supplement Market Regulation: Depression Claim, Undisclosed Drug, COVID Tincture
FDA warns 10 businesses they’re marketing unapproved and misbranded drugs by making claims for supplements to treat depression. Supplement also found with one of, if not the most common violations in the US supplement market: it contained an undisclosed ED drug.
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Amazon requires firms selling supplements on its site in the US to demonstrate their products comply with FDA regulations for labeling and GMPs. Marketers that don’t submit documentation face removal of their products from the site.
Amazon’s requirements reach to guaranteeing ingredients are compliant with FDA regulations. While the agency, for the most part, isn’t preventing sales of supplements containing ingredients that have not been notified as NDIs with proof of reasonable expectation of safety, Amazon could ask marketers for the information.