A Dietary Supplement Caucus has officially been registered in the 116th Congress, with the goal of enhancing “Congressional attention to the role of supplements in health promotion, disease prevention, and address the regulation of the supplement industry.”
A proposed state law in Massachusetts to restrict the sale of weight loss and muscle building supplements would open the door for an unacceptable patchwork quilt of state laws on products that are already adequately regulated at the federal level, stakeholders...
A California appeals court has affirmed a lower court ruling that had come out strongly in favor of NBTY, which had been sued in a class action over allegedly misleading structure/function claims on its vitamin E products.
The Natural Products Association is calling for a grassroots response to oppose a bill in Massachusetts that would put sports nutrition and weight management products behind the counter and mandate the posting of a comprehensive health warning.
Health Canada’s Natural and Non-prescription Health Products Directorate (NNHPD) has approved calanus oil as an NHP. The ingredient enables dietary supplement companies to help people at risk of developing diabetes and other metabolic disorders.
Almost 60% of complementary healthcare practitioners in Australia think recent reforms by the Therapeutic Good Administration (TGA) have had an adverse impact on the industry, according to the regulator's own stakeholder survey.
The Natural Products Association has objected to a proposal by the US Food and Drug Administration that NPA says will result in an expanded sharing of information on US firms with foreign governments. NPA said the proposal lacks transparency and runs...
Maqui berries, casein hydrolysate and cacao pulp juice are amongst the foods subject to a consultation process that forms part of new EU regulation designed to improve conditions when bringing new and innovative foods to the market.