News Desk: FDA Guidance Addresses FD&C Act

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released a final guidance earlier this month to distinguish between liquid dietary supplements and conventional beverages. FDA then went further to remind manufacturers of the regulations pertaining to substances added to conventional foods, including beverages not considered supplements.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released a final guidance earlier this month to distinguish between liquid dietary supplements and conventional beverages. FDA then went further to remind manufacturers of the regulations pertaining to substances added to conventional foods, including beverages not considered supplements.

FDA regulates dietary supplements less strictly than conventional foods, which has led to an increase in beverages with various novel ingredients and various intended uses in the marketplace.

 

 

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