Nutrition Business Journal

Letter from NBJ: March 2015

We are not greater than the sum of our parts

Let’s start by setting the end points of any regulatory spectrum: Freedom of choice versus freedom from corporate malfeasance. For supplements, that ranges from manufacturers who support the idea that consumers should be able to buy whatever nutritional supplement they want, to manufacturers who want to sell whatever they can get away with and claim whatever they want on the label.

        In any space where the latter is enabled, manufacture

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