Since the arrest of Jared Wheat in October, the federal government has seized his company’s DMAA-containing products and bank accounts, putting the company’s ability to survive in jeopardy, his lawyers said.
At SupplySide West in Las Vegas in September, attorney Jack Wenik discussed the government's years-long war against DMAA and the implications of a court ruling for the dietary supplement industry.
As the Honolulu-based company seeks to gain a foothold in the mainland United States through a mutual exclusivity agreement with GNC, Cardax also must defend itself against claims that it cut regulatory corners in taking its synthetic astaxanthin...
Protecting the public from unsafe products is among the top priorities at FDA's Office of Dietary Supplement Programs.
Reviewing key provisions of DSHEA and the new dietary ingredient notification (NDIN) process can help manufacturers and distributors launch dietary supplements without running afoul of FDA.
Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals Inc. has asked an appeals court to reverse a finding by a judge that its DMAA-containing products are adulterated and subject to forfeiture by the government.