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FDA DIETARY SUPPLEMENT INSPECTIONS: 54% INITIATED BY COMPLAINTS

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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FDA DIETARY SUPPLEMENT INSPECTIONS: 54% INITIATED BY COMPLAINTS to the agency's Denver and Los Angeles district offices, according to a General Accounting Office report on FDA regulation of dietary supplements. The report, which was mandated by the Dietary Supplement Act of 1992, notes that the remaining 46% of FDA inspections of dietary supplement establishments in the Denver and Los Angeles districts were "scheduled by the districts as part of their routine compliance work."
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