EFSA guidance on botanical safety
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Guidance published Sept. 10 by the European Food Safety Authority specifies how supplement makers should assess the safety of botanical materials and preparations. In addition to identifying what data firms need to assess safety, the 1guidance recommends a two-tiered scientific approach based on existing information about botanicals. Firms can stay abreast of concerns associated with botanicals in food or supplements by using a 2compendium compiled and maintained by EFSA. A related report provides real case studies of botanicals, EFSA said
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