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CRN, ETA Release Enzyme GuidelinesCRN, ETA Release Enzyme Guidelines

December 18, 2013

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CRN, ETA Release Enzyme Guidelines

WASHINGTONTrade associations the Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN) and the Enzyme Technical Association (ETA) released free voluntary guidelines Enzyme Dietary Supplement Products Best Practices Guide" for dietary supplement ingredient suppliers and manufacturers.

These new voluntary guidelines provide ingredient suppliers and manufacturers in this growing category clear science-based best practices for delivering safe, high-quality enzyme supplement products to customers and consumers," said CRNs Duffy MacKay, N.D., vice president of scientific and regulatory affairs. These guidelines demonstrate responsible industrys dedication to step up, self-regulate, and ensure that this high-potential category lives up to its potential, providing the very highest quality products to our consumers."

The enzyme market has been growing rapidly, as consumers turn to the ingredients for digestive support and relief. The CRN and ETA guide offer best practices for the safe production of enzyme products, reflecting current science and regulation. Readers will find guidelines for handling enzymes, in addition to stability, storage and expiration dating; the guide also outlines enzyme identity specifications, safety and microbiological testing.

 We anticipate widespread acceptance of these best practices," Anthony T. Pavel, ETA general counsel and secretary, said. "The working partnership between CRN and ETA that established these best practices will help ensure that more companies using enzymes in their products will be aware of how these active ingredients must be stored, handled and labeled."

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