[Archive: This guidance was updated in 2017.] This guidance provides information on the regulatory and liability implications of Proposition 65 on heavy metals that may be present in herbal products sold in the State of California.
This manual focuses on documentation systems in the context of manufacturing, packing, or holding dietary supplements
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when the FDA conducts an inspection of a dietary supplement facility.
It provides descriptions and analyses of the current federal laws that are relevant to
inspection of dietary supplement facilities and suggestions of how to prepare for and
conduct inspections in a manner that fully complies with these laws.
An easy-to-install custom dictionary (.dic file) that, once placed on your computer, will help to ensure that your labels, scientific papers, and other technical documents contain the correct spelling of Latin family, genus and species names.
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