It was a fascinating month for the US dietary supplements industry, with presidential elections, GMPs, multivitamins, and anti-adulteration initiatives all grabbing the headlines.
If you didn’t notice, November was election month. President Obama was re-elected for a second term, but it wasn’t just about who got to make himself at home the White House.
Steve Mister, president and CEO of the Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN), told us that the results of the recent elections mean that it’s business as usual for the dietary supplements industry, and the defeat of Prop 37 in California is not the end of the genetically engineered food issue.
Natural Products Association executive director John Shaw was very proud that “every single candidate NPA backed won.”
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