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AHPA’s McGuffin on supply chain, MPL, climate change, and more

AHPA’s McGuffin on supply chain, MPL, climate change, and more

By Stephen Daniells

Supply chain issues appear to be easing for the herbal supplements sector, says Michael McGuffin, president of the American Herbal Products Association, but the key lesson from the past couple of years is that supply chain management is not simple.

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CRN: Gummy article harps on problems, ignores benefits

By Hank Schultz

A recent Wall Street Journal article highlighted potential issues with the formulation and usage of gummy supplements with little attention given to the benefits of these products, the Council for Responsible Nutrition says.

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Charlotte’s Web announces partnership with MLB

By Hank Schultz

Charlotte’s Web has passed a significant milestone by becoming the first CBD brand to enter into a partnership with Major League Baseball. it’s the first such sponsorship agreement for any CBD with a major sports league.

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Vetting suppliers becomes ever more crucial as US-China tensions rise

By Hank Schultz

Heightened US-China tensions have caused planners in all industrial sectors to reevaluate their sourcing arrangements. Stakeholders in the dietary supplement industry say having firm relationships with well-vetted suppliers is the best way to manage...

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Top 8 takeaways from Regulatory Summit

By Danielle Masterson

This year’s Dietary Supplement Regulatory Summit in Washington, DC, featured updates and insights from top FDA officials, including the Office of Dietary Supplement Programs along with top stakeholders and industry experts. Here are a few key takeaways...

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CRN: Few firms will file NDIs under current guidance

By Hank Schultz

The Council for Responsible Nutrition said that persistent problems with FDA’s NDI Draft Guidance means that few firms likely will file new notifications during the recently announced amnesty window.

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FDA cites four more honey products for knockoff ED drugs

By Hank Schultz

The US Food and Drug Administration has sent warning letters to four companies marketing sexual enhancement supplements ostensibly based on honey but which contained undeclared ED drugs. The warning letters were part of a ongoing enforcement effort on...

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