This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Dietary supplement good manufacturing practices should not be expected to come out before the end of the year, "but certainly we should be able to get them out shortly after that," according to FDA Associate Commissioner for Regulatory Affairs Margaret O'K. Glavin. "It's really important those GMPs get out and get out expeditiously. [Center of Food Safety & Applied Nutrition Director] Bob Brackett chatted with me last week about this and how interested he is in making sure those are out there. They're important to us; they're important to you," she stressed at the Council for Responsible Nutrition's annual conference Sept. 18. O'K. Glavin encouraged members of the supplement industry to voice their desire for GMPs to regulators. "Certainly if you would continue to make known your strong desire to get those issued, that would not hurt in the least." She emphasized that regulatory processes are slow, "but where there is this confluence of the regulatory agency and the regulated industry both interested in getting them out that should make a huge difference"...
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