New EU Limits On Pyrrolizidine Alkaloids In Dietary Supplements Take Effect
Following a transitional period of 18 months, maximum levels for pyrrolizidine alkaloids in dietary supplements come into force in the EU from 1 July 2022 for new products placed on the market. Pyrrolizidine alkaloids have been under scrutiny in the EU for over a decade as their consumption has been linked to a number of health issues, including liver damage.
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