Consumers rarely follow the minutiae of federal legislation, in large part because it's a slow process, and not very exciting at that. So, there was little public awareness greeting the Food and Drug Administration's announcement that best practices would soon be coming to an industry subject to disbelief, skepticism and criticism. Good manufacturing practices requiring ingredient testing and other purity and efficacy evaluations are the surest step yet in reversing a chronic image problem, ...

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