US FDA Packages Suggestions To Amend DSHEA In Fiscal Year 2023 Budget Request
Biden administration’s FY2023 budget request for FDA includes $1.23bn for food programs, which include regulation of supplement manufacturing and marketing. The funding, an increase of more than $128,000 from FDA’s current food programs budget, would be split between $419,932 for CFSAN and $800,261 for related field work by ORA.
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