The Problem and Attorney General’s statement: It was found out that DNA barcoding tests commissioned by attorney general’s office on six popular herbal supplements found that of hundreds of bottles tested, 4 out of 5 contained none of the herbs listed on the labels. The supplements included ginseng, touted as an energy booster; Echinacea, marketed
An eye-opener on the FDA expectations for importers, distributors and private labelers of dietary supplements!!!
Our analysis of recent FDA warning letters issued to the dietary supplements industry signaled the FDA turned its GMP enforcement emphasis to the importers, distributors and private labelers of dietary supplements. However, time and time again, we see that many of our clients mistakenly believe that manufacturers or contract manufacturers of dietary supplements are the
Orally Disintegrating Strips as dietary supplements, an easier pathway adopted by many companies to enter US market
GFda Information Artical FDA Says A BIG NO. Find out WHY Background and some few Clarifications of some definitions by FDA: Dietary Supplement: A dietary supplement is a product taken by mouth that contains a “dietary ingredient” intended to supplement the diet which includes: vitamins, minerals, herbs or other botanicals, amino acids, and substances such