In Brief: Murdock Madaus Schwabe
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Murdock Madaus Schwabe: Structure/function statements on NaturaLife herbal products will be released "at a pace much slower than that reported" in a story that appeared in the May 22 issue of "The Tan Sheet" (pp. 11-13), the parent company states. "The Tan Sheet" had reported that NaturaLife expects approximately 50 herbal products to carry a statement by this summer. NaturaLife is currently "reviewing the DSHEA language to determine the scope of statements that can be made," Murdock Madaus Schwabe said. "Only when it is certain that all criteria for a statement of nutritional support (structure/function claim) has been met, will we market such a statement"...
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