Chair: Dr. Robert Wildman (Post Active Nutrition Brands)
Staff Contact: Natasha Weaver
Committee Purpose: To promote & protect the responsible commerce of products marketed for sports nutrition.
See Also: KeepSupplementsClean.org. AHPA maintains this website to keep the dietary supplement industry and consumers informed on issues related to illegal tainted products being sold as "dietary supplements.” The site provides detailed resources and information, including what both industry and consumers need to know about this important issue.
AHPA Members, if you would like to join this committee or need archived meeting minutes, please email the staff contact.
AHPA Members and their friends attended the 2019 AHPA Member Reception at Natural Products Expo West. This event is AHPA's way of thanking members for all they do to promote the responsible commerce of herbal products.
The American Herbal Products Association (AHPA) published slack-fill guidance in 2016 and revised the document in 2019 to help the regulated supplement industry inform consumers and comply with all relevant federal requirements.
Associated Milk Producers Inc. announced on July 24, 2018 that it is recalling dry whey powder produced at the cooperative’s Blair, Wisc., dry whey plant on specific dates in May and June due to the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella. The company identified this as a “precautionary recall” and reported that all products shipped to the marketplace tested negative for Salmonella. The company also stated that all of its customers that received this material have been notified of this issue.
2019 Annual Fund Sponsors
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