Family-owned and operated Maryland-based, MOM's Organic Market has required all organic textiles sold in its 14 stores to be GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certified as of Jan. 1, 2016. GOTS defines strict environmental and social criteria...
Frontline’s “Supplements and Safety” episode aired on PBS last night with a lot of the same charges made by the same people, but the report also showed that the industry really is regulated.
The program appears to be not just the usual slam against the industry but a more coordinated campaign attacking key categories within the industry.
The campaign aims to provide an opportunity for industry to offer expertise on the comprehensive regulations herbal supplements must comply with, and the nuances unique to herbal supplement products.
Consumers have a megaphone that’s bigger than dollars.
The Council for Responsible Nutrition wants the National Institutes of Health to make several changes to the Dietary Supplement Label Database so it is a more efficient tool for more people.
More organic production is clearly needed, but how to achieve it? Private enterprises are spearheading these initiatives—and the U.S. government has the opportunity to provide stimulus, too.
Live from the COP21 Global Climate Summit in Paris.
Toby McAdam pleaded guilty to contempt of court after he continued selling misbranded and adulterated supplements and making unsupported claims, despite being ordered in 2013 and 2010 to stop.