FDA’s Fabricant Asks Supplement Industry: “What Can Be Done?”
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Responsible dietary supplement firms can no longer shrug off persistent industry problems caused largely by fringe firms – they must work with FDA to eradicate the problems and help consumers distinguish between the good and bad products, FDA’s Fabricant and CRN’s Mister say.
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