75-Day Dietary Ingredient Notification Process Needs Revision – McGuffin
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
FDA should develop an initial screening method for new dietary ingredient notifications in order to weed out unnecessary submissions early in the process, according to American Herbal Products Association President Michael McGuffin
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