Australia adopts NZ limits
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Executive SummaryAustralia has adopted new limits for selenium, vitamin A and niacin, Natural Products New Zealand announces April 23. Australia will raise its permitted levels of selenium from 26 mcg to 150 mcg; vitamin A to 10,000 IU; and niacin to 100 mg. Natural Products New Zealand says the adoption removes a major stumbling block for New Zealand dietary supplement manufacturers...
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