Supplement GMP In-Process Testing Alternatives Floated At FDLI Conference
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Quality assurance staff members should be authorized to sign batch records verifying that ingredients have been added to a dietary supplement when in-process tests do not exist to validate the ingredient's inclusion, a participant suggested during a Food & Drug Law Institute April 23 GMP audioconference
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