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EAS workshop covers Latin American botanical regulations

EAS workshop covers botanicals regulations in Latin America
Workshop will guide companies through regulations on botanicals and plant extracts in key Latin America markets to help them successfully launch botanical supplements.

Latin American regulatory and policy advisors, EAS Strategic Advice will hold a workshop this month to help companies successfully use botanicals and plant extracts in dietary supplements.

The half-day workshop, titled “Botanical ingredients and plant extracts: Maximising opportunities for marketing botanical ingredients and plant extracts in dietary supplements across Latin America” will take place on Wednesday, April 23. EAS experts Patrick Coppens and Clara Giudice will guide companies on the role of botanicals in dietary supplements and the ways the safety and efficacy of botanical ingredients are supported.

They will cover national rules on botanical ingredients and extracts in dietary supplements in key Latin American markets, as well as find out the strategies for marketing botanical dietary supplements and plant extracts in the region and point out key learnings from best practices from Europe and across the world.

“Our workshop aims to guide companies through the regulation on botanicals and plant extracts in key Latin America markets for successfully launching botanical dietary supplements,” said Clara Giudice, EAS Latin America Regulatory Affairs Manager. “It is designed to help companies learn the trends and regulations on botanical ingredients from all around the world and particularly from Europe,” she added.

The workshop’s global framework will help participants to find out how to avoid common pitfalls by getting a clear picture of the different legislations and practices. 


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