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Dietary supplement ANPR

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

FDA withdraws June 1993 advance notice of proposed rulemaking on the regulation of dietary supplements, the agency announced in a Dec. 6 Federal Register notice. FDA said the ANPR is being withdrawn because the Dietary Supplement Health & Education Act, which was signed into law in October, "terminates the rulemaking." Prior to the new law, FDAers had acknowledged that the ANPR was not a "high priority" at the agency ("The Tan Sheet" March 28, p. 1). FDA noted in the Dec. 6 notice that "most" of the 6,000 comments received on the document "strongly objected to many of the courses of action that the agency outlined" in the proposal

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