FDA draft guidance has given the sodium-reduction movement new life, and ingredients old and new are rising to the challenge.
In public comments released today in response to FDA’s recent draft guidance on dietary fiber, two industry associations told the agency that the agency’s criteria for what is considered a dietary fiber are too stringent.
A new bill introduced in the New York State Assembly seeks to prohibit the sale or distribution of creatine to minors.
NPA has formed a partnership with the Informed-Choice testing program to expand the reach of its efforts to test for banned substances in U.S. supplements for athletes.
The Institute for Natural Medicine says it aims to “support the advancement of naturopathic medicine” by increasing public awareness through its new ambassador program.
On February 6, the Hemp Industries Association announced it had filed a petition for a motion of contempt against the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), alleging that the agency is unlawfully trying to regulate hemp food ingredients as Schedule I drugs.
A new FTC enforcement policy means homeopathic products may be harder to market going forward.
That empty space in your chip bag or other product packages? It may serve a purpose, but that might not stop consumers from suing you.
CRN also shares plans for a six-month media outreach campaign to reach its goal of including tens of thousands of finished-product supplement labels in the registry.
The SSCI includes GNC, Walmart, Vitamin Shoppe, and Whole Foods as its founding members.