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Dietary supplement inactive listing

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Supplement makers' use of the phrase "may contain" or "may also contain" to list ingredients that may or may not appear in the product when manufactured by multiple suppliers is requested in a citizen petition submitted to FDA June 2 by law firm Arnall Golden & Gregory on behalf of an unnamed client. The client, a supplement manufacturer, also packages "thousands" of supplements for "hundreds" of retailers, and is likely the same company that recently made an identical request for varying inactive ingredient listing on OTC labeling of drugs sourced by different suppliers (1"The Tan Sheet" June 5, p. 4). The supplement petition does not apply to dietary ingredients, which must be listed precisely under the FD&C Act

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