Nutrition Business Journal

AER bill could make caffeine products costlier for firms

AER reporting, recordkeeping requrements effective in December

The recordkeeping and reporting requirements for adverse events established under the “Dietary Supplement and Non-Prescription Drug Consumer Protection Act” will hit multi-ingredient caffeine and highly caffeinated products harder than most other dietary supplements, according to industry stakeholders interviewed by NBJ.

The requirements of the new regulation go into effect this December. The overarching mandates of the law are that dietary supplement and non-prescription drug compan

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