NNFA GMP meeting
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
The National Nutritional Foods Association recently met with the Office of Management & Budget to discuss the forthcoming good manufacturing practices for dietary supplements, NNFA CEO David Seckman says. The trade group set up the meeting to "represent the association's interests" as well as stress the importance of "expediting the review process," Seckman explained. NNFA reiterated views previously expressed to FDA about important aspects of the proposed rule such as expiration dating for dietary supplements, he adds. OMB did not indicate when the final rule will be released. GMPs were received by OMB on Oct. 25; the Executive Branch office has a 90-day period to review the final rule before sending it back to FDA for publication (1"The Tan Sheet" Oct. 31, 2005, p. 9)...
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