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Dietary Ingredient Identity Testing Exemptions Remain A Puzzle

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

The trade groups ask FDA to keep open the door for supplement firms to petition for 100% identity testing exemptions under an IFR published in 2007. AHPA and NPA say supplement manufacturers have insufficient guidance on information the agency expects in petitions for identity testing waivers.

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