On August 11, 2016, the FDA published its latest revised Draft NDI Guidance, which the agency notes is an expanded and clarified version of its 2011 Draft NDI Guidance. The FDA also notes that the dietary supplement industry’s comments and objections have been considered and taken into account.
But, in fact, we have been presented a document that envisions a dietary supplement world quite different from the one we currently live in.
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