Adulteration and Fraud of Botanical Materials in the Global Botanical MarketplaceAdulteration and Fraud of Botanical Materials in the Global Botanical Marketplace
Listen to this review of the research and authoritative publications of the ABC-AHP-NCNPR Botanical Adulterants Prevention Program (BAPP).
This lively session reviews the research and authoritative publications of the ABC-AHP-NCNPR Botanical Adulterants Prevention Program (BAPP), which is now starting its 10th year of service to the global botanical community. BAPP has published 61 peer-reviewed documents, all available free access on its website. The session will emphasize how adulterators/fraudsters attempt to fool current industry laboratory analytical methods. Further, this session will discuss BAPP’s new Supplier Contract Language and SOP for Disposal or Destruction of “Irreparably Defective Articles” – the so-called “Burn It; Don’t Return It!” SOP -- that empowers botanical and dietary supplement industry members to remove fraudulent ingredients from the marketplace, thereby preventing their reintroduction into the global supply chain and eventually into consumer products.
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