Negative publicity isn’t the only threat vitamin and supplement makers see to their industry. The Food and Drug Administration’s draft guidance for new dietary ingredients (NDI) seeks to clarify the agency’s position on reviewing new supplements before they come to market. Manufacturers and trade associations, however, claim the guidance oversteps the original authority given to the FDA back in 1994, and could cost the industry billions. Then there’s functional ...

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