CRN updates ethics code
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Executive SummaryThe Council for Responsible Nutrition will ask members to adhere to a new code of ethics when they renew their memberships in January. The trade group "adopted sweeping changes" to its code of ethics last March that call on members to "strive for the highest conduct to develop safe and beneficial quality products, to advertise truthfully with well-grounded support for their claims and in their business practices," said CRN President and CEO Steve Mister at the group's conference Oct. 4 in Santa Ana Pueblo, N.M
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