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GMP Identity Test Exemption For Small Ingredient Batches Suggested To FDA

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Batches of raw plant materials under 500 lbs. should be exempt from multiple identity tests that would be required under future GMP standards for dietary supplements, American Herbal Products Association rep Beth Lambert said at an FDA meeting in Las Vegas July 12.

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