SupplySide West Podcast 33: Ex-FDA Supplement Head: 'You Have to Engage' with Lawmakers in D.C.

In this podcast, former FDA official Daniel Fabricant, Ph.D., of the Natural Products Association (NPA), describes the impact of the Trump administration on the dietary supplement industry and the importance of engaging with FDA and lawmakers on Capitol Hill.

In general, the regulatory policies of the Trump administration have been viewed positively by American businesses.

In this podcast with Josh Long, INSIDER's legal editor, Daniel Fabricant, Ph.D., of the Natural Products Association (NPA) discusses:

•the impact of the Trump administration on the dietary supplement industry;

•emerging issues related to FDA’s new dietary ingredient (NDI) draft guidance;

•reasons to engage with FDA and lawmakers on Capitol Hill; and

•multivitamin legislation in Congress and other bills that could impact supplements.

Fabricant will be speaking on Thursday, Sept. 28, during a panel at SupplySide West in Las Vegas. The panel “Trump & The New Administration”, will explore the implications of President Trump’s focus on fewer onerous regulations through executive orders, bills pending in Congress, and how current lobbying efforts on Capitol Hill are affecting industry.

Additional Resources:

The Trump Effect: Uncertainty vs. Opportunity for Natural Products Industry Oversight

https://www.naturalproductsinsider.com/blogs/insider-law/2017/02/the-trump-effect-uncertainty-vs-opportunity-for-n.aspx

Rep. Rogers to Introduce Multivitamin Legislation for Low-Income Americans

https://www.naturalproductsinsider.com/blogs/insider-law/2017/08/rep-rogers-to-introduce-multivitamin-legislation.aspx

Supplement Industry Cites Challenges in Developing Pre-DSHEA Ingredient List

https://www.naturalproductsinsider.com/blogs/insider-law/2016/09/supplement-industry-cites-challenges-in-developin.aspx

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