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Supplement Self-Regulation Key To Preventing More Oversight – Heinrich

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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The supplement industry’s new ally in the Senate, Martin Heinrich, encourages industry to increase self-regulation of energy drinks to avoid opening DSHEA to amendments. He also says national GMO labeling legislation could spare industry from a patchwork of state laws.

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