The Standardized Information on Dietary Ingredients (SIDI) Work Group released an updated SIDI Protocol in September.
We asked the experts which ingredients have caught not just retailers’ and regulators’ eyes, but their own.
New regulations for Prop 65 warning labels went into effect on August 30, 2018.
An Australian company called Nuseed, a subsidiary of Nufarm Ltd., announced that USDA has deregulated the company’s proprietary omega-3 canola for cultivation in the U.S.
Supplier Natreon says PrimaVie is now the “first and only clinically backed organic shilajit available on the market.”
If FDA had a comprehensive, mandatory, industry-wide database of every single dietary supplement product on the market, would such information help regulators as well as industry better police the dietary supplement market? Also, how could FDA create such a registry?
AHPA says that NDI notifications compliant with regulatory requirements are up since this time last year.
Here’s what you need to know to protect your property.
The ingredient, marketed under the trade name PreticX in North America and promoted for gut health for the general population, is now considered safe to include in food and drinks such as bakery and dairy products, fruit jelly, chocolate, and soy drinks.
Practitioner supplement brand wins lawsuit against unauthorized reseller removing barcodes and selling on Amazon
According to the lawsuit, Fruitful Longevity removed barcodes and expiration dates from DFH products and sold them on its Amazon.com storefront.