FDA Revision Of NDI Draft Guidance Starts With Grandfathered List
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Trade groups say FDA committed to revisiting issues in the NDI draft guidance including how firms prove ingredients’ grandfathered status, notifications required for ingredients or finished products and data necessary to demonstrate NDI safety. The agency’s decision followed a meeting between industry allies Sens. Hatch and Harkin and FDA Commissioner Hamburg.
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