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When it comes to the fight against botanical adulteration in the natural products industry, Mark Blumenthal’s efforts top the list. As founder and executive director of the American Botanical Council (ABC) and director of the ABC-AHP-NCNPR Botanical Adulterants Prevention Program (BAPP), Blumenthal has spent the better part of four decades creating resources to aid in the authentication of a wide range of botanicals.
He joins INSIDER’s Karen Butler, a senior editor, for a discussion about the evolution of botanical adulteration—and the tools available to industry to help prevent and identify it.
Some takeaways include:
• Botanicals of greatest adulteration concern from the early 1970s to 2019
• Ways industry has kept pace as adulteration schemes have developed
• How organizations involved in the fight determine their priorities
Senior Managing Editor, Informa Markets
Karen Butler is a senior managing editor at Informa Markets. For more than two decades, she’s worked in a variety of editorial roles, covering topics such as animal nutrition, functional beverages, and dietary supplement ingredients and trends. Reach her at [email protected].
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