AHPA to Present cGMP Review: July 12

(June 28, 2007) -- The new Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) for dietary supplements were released less than a week ago, and already the American Herbal Products Association (AHPA) has scheduled a special July 12 tele-seminar to review the most important aspects of the final rule and how it will affect your business.

Learn exactly what you need to know about the new cGMPs, including the necessary processes and procedures to comply when they go into effect.

An extensive question-and-answer session at the end of the presentation is an opportunity to get your specific questions answered. Any questions not addressed during the call will be answered and added to the transcript, which will be distributed to all participants.

Speakers include:
• Michael McGuffin, President of the American Herbal Products Association
• Marc Ullman, Esq., partner with the law firm of Ullman Shapiro & Ullman
• FDA has also been invited, but has not yet confirmed.

Cost: $195 per line for member companies / $495 for non-members
• Unlimited participants from your company may listen
• Includes an unedited transcript
• Includes one Certification of Completion (for training and personnel files )
• Additional certificates — $25 each
• Optional audio CD — $25 (for your training library)


Register with this online form to fax or email back: www.ahpa.org/portals/0/pdfs/07_07_AHPA_cGMP.xls.

Advance registration only; the deadline is July 11. Once registered, you will receive a confirmation email. All supporting resource documents and instructions will be sent via email prior to the event.
AHPA’s audio-only tele-seminars are a convenient (anywhere) and cost-effective (no travel costs) way to explore issues, gain insight, and enhance knowledge on what’s important to your herbal and dietary supplement business. You will be provided with practical, useful documents and information and the opportunity to have your questions answered. Please note, the registration fee is charged per phone connection, but as many staff members as you wish may listen in on your speaker phone.

Any questions about attending this event?
Please contact Devon Powell at [email protected], or 301-588-1171, x102.

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The American Herbal Products Association (AHPA) is the only national trade association devoted to herbal issues. Representing the core of the botanical trade—comprised of the finest growers, processors, manufacturers and marketers of herbal products—our mission is to promote the responsible commerce of herbal products. AHPA committees generate self-regulations to ensure the highest level of quality with respect to the way herbal products are manufactured, labeled, and sold. Website: www.ahpa.org.

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