Congressional Report Highlights Lack of Mandatory Supplement Listing As DSHEA 2.0 Talks Continue
The Congressional Research Service published a dietary supplements report on 20 September that provides an overview of the industry and current regulatory issues, including ‘limitations’ in the US FDA’s authority over supplements and, in particular, the absence of mandatory product listing.
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“We would certainly want to have some enforcement and be able to utilize that enforcement,” says ODSP acting director Cara Welch. Stakeholders opposed to the change should “get comfortable with the idea of opening up DSHEA and should most certainly be part of the discussion.”