Former U.S. Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) was one of the chief authors and champions of the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994 (DSHEA). In this podcast interview, Hatch (R-Utah) weighs in on:
- The success of DSHEA;
- Key lawmakers involved in the negotiations leading up to passage of the law;
- A potential solution for targeting products marketed as dietary supplements but spiked with undeclared pharmaceutical ingredients;
- His views on the concept of a mandatory product registry; and
- Whether DSHEA is in need of reform.
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Links and Resources:
• Want additional perspective on DSHEA? Check out this podcast with industry attorney Scott Bass.
• Are you new to the industry and looking for the basics on DSHEA? Listen to this podcast from INSIDER’s Sandy Almendarez and Josh Long