This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Dietary supplement firms must submit dossiers on unlisted ingredients in EU's Food Supplements Directive by 2005 if their products are to remain on shelves, stated Simon Pettman, executive director of the International Alliance of Dietary Supplement Associations, at Natural Products Expo East in Washington, D.C. Pettman reiterated the need for companies to examine the list of 271 ingredients currently sold in UK stores but not included among approved vitamins and minerals. Health Food Manufacturers Association lists ingredients missing from Foods Supplements Directive with instructions for submitting dossiers on its 1website...
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