On Oct. 25, 1994, DSHEA was signed into law by then-President William J. Clinton. On this, the 25th anniversary, we revisit a digital magazine marking the 20th anniversary—where industry executives recounted personal memories of the law and how it...
In this podcast at SupplySide West, Sandy Almendarez and Josh Long of Natural Products INSIDER discuss CBD and the 25th anniversary of the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994 (DSHEA).
SupplySide and Natural Products INSIDER leaders Heather Granato and Jon Benninger look back at the law that spurred large growth in the supplement industry.
In announcing new warning letter on CBD product disease claims, FDA suggested it is speeding up its search for a regulatory pathway for CBD in supplements.
After a relatively quiet 2017-2018, FDA seems as vigilant as ever in its GMP audits of supplement brands.
Brands are responsible for ensuring their products meet regulatory requirements. Critical to achieving regulatory compliance is testing. Many brand owners partner with contract laboratories, but forming the right testing lab partnerships requires...
Will the U.S. Court of Appeals in Atlanta rehear a case over the legality of DMAA in dietary supplements? That's the question in a petition filed by Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals.
Brands need to show consistency of responsibility of oversight during every step—up to and including—the finished product, explained Heather Fairman, CEO of DF Guardian Consulting.