Qualifying Suppliers For US Supplement Ingredient Identity Requirement Still An Option With Thorns
Failing to qualify suppliers “one of the more common citations” FDA inspectors find at supplement facilities, says ORA deputy director Michael Dutcher. “If you're not sort of reconfirming once in a while it could lead to a problem with your products that you weren't even expecting.”
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