With Lid On FTC Outreach, US Supplement Firms Urged To Reach Out About ‘Made In USA’ Rule
Contacting FTC is particularly important about details of rule it recently finalized to enforce “Made in USA” advertising policy, says Mark LeDoux, founder and CEO of Natural Alternatives International, at a recent supplement industry regulatory conference.
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