IADSA Strengthens Ties As New Association Joins

International trade association IADSA continues to demonstrate its global clout welcoming its newest member, the Global Organisation for EPA and DHA Omega-3 (GOED).

GOED was created in October last year bringing together more than 50 members of which 70 percent are engaged in the manufacture or marketing of dietary supplements.

The International Alliance of Dietary/Food Supplement Associations’ (IADSA) is the voice of the worldwide dietary supplement manufacturing industry offering membership to independent and representative dietary/food supplement manufacturers and suppliers associations across the world.

Since its creation in 1998 it has more than doubled in size, now representing 58 national trade associations and over 20,000 companies.

“We are delighted to have GOED as a member,” said IADSA Chairman Randy Dennin. “We welcome organisations that work towards facilitating a political and regulatory framework for a growing international market in dietary/food supplements. Through our members we strive to ensure consumer safety through legislation, regulation and guidelines founded upon credible scientific principles.”

IADSA is an accredited international non-governmental organisation with a seat at the table of the main international regulatory bodies and Codex Alimentarius.

For more information about IADSA contact David Pineda Ereño, IADSA Manager, Regulatory Affairs, 50 Rue de l’Association, 1000 Brussels, Belgium, tel: +32 (0)2 209 1155, fax: +32 (0)2 223 3064, or email [email protected], visit www.iadsa.org.


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