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IND Warning Has US Supplement Firm ISO Answers

RAAS Nutritionals tells FDA “it proceeded without an IND because it believed that if it was legally able to sell its nutritional supplements ... it should be able to test and observe the effects of those supplements without an IND.”

Warning Letters Dietary Supplements

EU Proposes Restrictions On Green Tea Extracts In Supplements

The European Commission is planning to restrict the use of green tea extracts containing a potentially harmful catechin in supplements and other foods over fears of liver injury.

Europe Dietary Supplements

AHPA Offers Hard Copy Supporting NAC's Use In Dietary Supplements Pre-DSHEA

American Herbal Products Association submits comments to on CRN and NPA petitions encouraging FDA to grant an industry request to issue a regulation finding NAC is a lawful dietary ingredient.

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US FDA ‘Closer To Zero’ Meeting On Infant Nutrition Safety And Benefits Set For November

CFSAN launched “C2Z” initiative in April following widespread reports of contamination of baby food products. Agency officials will outline C2Z plan including a four-stage approach for continual improvement and additional work related to levels of toxic elements in food.

Pediatrics Dietary Supplements

Court Suggests Critics Ask Congress To Change FDA's GRAS Rule – Same For NDI Notifications?

Federal judge suggests consumer health and environmental advocacy groups made strong arguments about potential for unsafe ingredients in foods available in the US through the self-GRAS process, but FDA adopted and exercises the rule entirely in line with congressional intent of the authorizing legislation.

Dietary Supplements FDA

Protecting US Consumer Data Just The Tip Of Online Privacy Iceberg, Says FTC’s Slaughter

At NAD conference, Commissioner Slaughter identified “erroneous points of conventional wisdom that tend to undergird legal and policy debate about digital surveillance,” starting with privacy being “the key issue” and including “the FTC is toothless, absent new federal legislation.”

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