Supplement consumers are digging deeper before buying, basing decisions on product quality. Labs can step up by providing transparency about their methods and testing.
To best follow regulations, foods and dietary supplements promoting protein content must document the quality of their protein...
FDA’s interpretation of DSHEA’s allowance for structure-function claims is especially nuanced in the case of inflammation...
With the regulatory uncertainties behind CBD and hemp, third-party certification can provide some comfort to brands and consumers.
Labeling and promotion of dietary supplements are the most visible ways the FDA and FTC track compliance; understanding the regs sets companies up for success.
Food system advocates the Center for Science in the Public Interest are calling attention to claims at Mercola.com related to the COVID-19 pandemic, while Mercola defends their content.
Supplement manufacturers should use caution when making inflammation-related claims, even soft unqualified claims as FDA is likely to interpret it as related to disease.