July 12, 2013
Dietary supplement consumers increasingly demand more information and transparency around the safety of dietary supplements, and brand owners face many potential safety regulations. Unlike other areas of dietary supplement testing, ensuring safety requires a multi-faceted approach that can involve toxicology and tolerability studies, microbial testing and various risk assessments. Most companies have tackled safety issues by forging sound partnerships with contract manufacturers and labs that can help choose and perform the appropriate testing methods and offer the latest equipment and expertise.
For more information, read INSIDER's recent Report "Ensuring Dietary Supplement Safety with Transparent Testing."
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