States Flex Supplement Market Oversight As 'New Law Enforcement In Town'
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
FDA still does not endorse the testing technology behind some state charges against supplement firms. The industry, meanwhile, could see more litigation as state agencies become "new law enforcement in town," in addition to class action complaints spurred by their actions.
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