Recent warning letters show the Food and Drug Administration continues to hone in on the provenance of ingredients, and demonstrate that the tempo of enforcement remains unchanged despite the moves by the Trump Administration to roll back regulations...
Experts expect the existing standoff on synthetic botanicals as voiced by FDA in the most recent draft NDI guidance will continue, despite the consensus from industry being the agency’s position is not rooted in science.
Dietary supplement manufacturer Jarrow Formulas Inc. has filed a lengthy comment challenging FDA’s position on probiotics as set down in the most recent Revised Draft Guidance on New Dietary Ingredients.
A federal district court judge in Atlanta has ruled in favor of FDA in its case against Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals over its use of DMAA. But the ruling potentially weakens agency’s stance on the question of synthetic versions of constituents of botanicals.
A call from the U.S. Commerce Department for suggestions on streamlining manufacturing regulations has generated responses from industry trade organizations, with the different tacks the suggestions take reflecting those organizations’ membership.
The presence and proliferation of phenylethylamines in sports nutrition products continues to be a thorn in the side of the dietary supplement industry. But trying to regulate these ingredients away is not nearly as straightforward as was the case with...
The updated New Dietary Ingredients draft guidance is an attempt to over regulate and weaken the dietary supplement industry with no increase in public safety, according to comments filed recently by finished goods manufacturer Jarrow Formulas.
The Natural Products Association has urged FDA to cease its attempt to apply food additive standards to dietary ingredients. To do so would create an undue burden on small business, many of which are represented by NPA.