Although it had been a long time coming, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's Good Manufacturing Practices for the vitamin and supplement industry were made final in June. The regulations are likely to enhance the popularity of the category and make buying easier for retail. “We don't focus a lot on nutritional supplements that help people build muscle or even to gain or lose weight, simply because of negative hype in the media. They weren't as strictly regulated in the past,” said ...

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