Botanical Supplement Firms Strive For Full-Spectrum Science
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Though regulators and standard-setting organizations want firms to identify and standardize their ingredients, botanical supplement makers are moving toward more traditional “full-spectrum” usage of whole herbs. Procter & Gamble subsidiary New Chapter is among the firms focused on whole-food supplements.
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