Protecting DSHEA, Pumping Up Profile Lead Dietary Supplement Industry Priorities For 2015
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Executives with AHPA, CRN and NPA comment on hopes for adding supplements to the U.S. nutrition guidelines, on the industry’s regulatory outlook and on legislative priorities amid congressional turnover following the mid-term elections in November.
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