For our cover story two years ago in this very issue, NBJ asked thought leaders across the supplement space to consider a post-DSHEA world. What might that look like? In what ways could new thinking around supplement regulation advance or impede the industry? A number of targeted improvements to the law surfaced, as did a general disquiet among the respondents that the industry had strayed too far from its roots. Back in 1994,
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