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NDI Guidance Is “Radical Departure” From DSHEA; More Comment Time Needed – Attorney

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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The new dietary ingredient notification draft guidance is a “radical departure” from current industry practice and FDA should extend the comment period on the draft to one year, an attorney says.
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