The regulatory shakeup

The regulatory shakeup

If change is indeed coming for supplement, these industry leaders have some ideas about what it could and should look like.  

It’s difficult to imagine a $36.7 billion industry more plagued by uncertainty than nutritional supplements. Battered by negative headlines that question supplement efficacy and safety—and now under attack from a coalition of attorneys general alleging outright fraud—supplement makers are on edge. It’s gotten to the point that some leading voices in an industry famously resistant to new regulation are calling for changes to enforcement, guidance, and even to DSHEA

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