NPA Welcomes Mark LeDoux as Chairman of Product and Label Integrity Committee

October 12, 2011

In his new role, LeDoux will focus on the development of NPA’s comments to FDA regarding new dietary ingredient draft guidance, as well as oversight of NPA’s self-regulatory programs.

Mark LeDoux, founder, chairman, and CEO of Natural Alternatives International Inc., has been named chairman of the Natural Products Association’s (NPA; Washington, DC) Committee for Product and Label Integrity (ComPLI).

ComPLI advises NPA on scientific and regulatory matters pertaining to dietary supplements. It also governs NPA’s Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) and TruLabel programs. (NPA says that its GMP program is the first third-party GMP certification program for dietary supplements and ingredients. The TruLabel program is a dietary supplement label registration and random-testing program.)

In his new role, LeDoux will focus on the development of NPA’s comments to FDA regarding new dietary ingredient draft guidance, as well as oversight of NPA’s self-regulatory programs.

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