FDA MAY APPLY HACCP APPROACH TO DIETARY SUPPLEMENT PRODUCTS,
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
FDA MAY APPLY HACCP APPROACH TO DIETARY SUPPLEMENT PRODUCTS, the agency informed industry representatives at a Sept. 13 meeting to discuss supplement manufacturing standards. Reporting on the industry/FDA meeting at the Council for Responsible Nutrition's annual conference Sept. 19-21 in Dana Point, Calif., CRN Scientific and Regulatory Affairs Director Annette Dickinson, PhD, said FDA is considering use of the Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point System (HACCP) "not only throughout the food industry, but potentially in the dietary supplement area."
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