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4 Ways Brexit Could Affect the Supplement Industry

From maximum vitamin and mineral levels to the future of EFSA, here's what Brexit could have in store for supplement markets in both the UK and continental Europe.

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FDA is “absolutely within its rights” to request a separate NDI notification for ingredient combinations, says CRN’s Steve Mister, and the burden on industry could be minimal.

From maximum vitamin and mineral levels to the future of EFSA, speakers at the recent “Brexit Impact” webinar hosted by AHPA and CRN explain what companies should watch out for.

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Dried apricots are one of the best fruit sources of protein. They are also high in vitamin A.

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UNPA points out several provisions in the new NDI draft guidance that could hamstring industry innovation.

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The new feature allows the double-cone and tumbling V-cone vessels to safely decelerate to a complete stop while in the upright position.

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AHA recommends children aged 2–18 consume no more than six teaspoons of added sugars per day and limit consumption of sugary drinks to less than 8 ounces per week.

“To battle pointlessly only gives the industry’s critics further ammunition that we oppose any effort to rein in the bad actors that lurk around the fringes of the industry,” says CRN’s Steve Mister.

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