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In recent years, the complexity of bringing products to market has grown.

The supplement market and life science industry is a quickly evolving, innovative space with both small and established players competing to bring new, life-enhancing innovations to market.

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There are seven major opportunities for improving quality within the industry.
Finding ways to increase revenues, while maintaining compliance and high levels of product safety is essential to maintaining a competitive edge.

Serious adverse event reports related to new products use have outpaced industry growth by 8% per annum since 2001 and Quality risk is not evenly distributed across the industry.

Posted by Jon Nugent
27 April 2012 | 14h13

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