People take supplements all around the world, and everywhere, they want quality ingredients. Supplement brands can set their sights on large markets, such as those found in Latin America, the Commonwealth of Independent States and the European Union. However, entering those markets takes extensive knowledge of legal requirements such as labelling demands, permitted ingredients and allowable claims. Plus, some countries in these markets require premarket approval or notification.
The United Natural Products Alliance and EAS Strategic Consulting held a global regulatory conference in mid-June in Salt Lake, discussing how to sell and market dietary supplements in these regions. Watch this INSIDER TV news desk for highlights from the event.
Hear more from the experts in these INSIDER video interviews:
Entering the Latin American Market: Start with Formulation and Claims with Clara Giudice, regulatory affairs manager, EAS Latin America
One Country at a Time—Selling Supplements in the EU with Elodie Lebastard, Food Law Manager, EAS Europe