President Trump has announced new 10% tariffs on an additional $300 billion world of Chinese goods. The move unveiled yesterday means tariffs will now likely apply to most dietary supplements whose ingredients come from China, sparking questions of what...
Italy’s National Institute of Health concludes that the hepatitis cases linked to the consumption of curcumin-containing supplements was due to “individual susceptibility” or “pre-existing alterations.”
The authors of a guest editorial published by the American Botanical Council have proposed a regulatory structure for cannabis products that relies on federal support and coordination for state initiatives.
Europe’s cannabidiol food and supplements market was on display at a recent CBD expo in Berlin, with CBD supplement and cosmetic manufacturers reporting impressive margins in a controversial category defined by booming sales and baffling regulations.
FDA said today it will have an update on a new regulatory structure for CBD by early fall. The announcement came via a press release on another warning issued to a CBD marketer making illegal disease claims.
With the increasing globalization of the supply chain, companies will have to look to their own in house capabilities to protect themselves and their consumers from contaminated products. That’s the essence of self regulation in any case.