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October 2019 AHPA Report: Foreign cGMP inspection trends, Prop 65 amendment dropped, CBD advocacy and more

October 2019 AHPA Report: Foreign cGMP inspection trends, Prop 65 amendment dropped, CBD advocacy and more

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The October 2019 AHPA Report includes recent CBD advocacy, AHPA at IADSA, foreign cGMP inspection trends, nutrition labeling enforcement discretion advocacy, nutrition labeling webinar, AHPA events at SupplySide West and more.

AHPA joins dietary supplement industry to urge swift congressional action on CBD

Congress urged to pass legislation to clarify that CBD derived from hemp is a lawful dietary ingredient

This week, the four leading trade associations representing the U.S. dietary supplement industry joined forces to urge Congress to take action to ensure consumer safety and provide legal clarity in the cannabidiol (CBD) product marketplace. In a letter, the American Herbal Products Association (AHPA), Consumer Healthcare Products Association (CHPA), Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN), and United Natural Products Alliance (UNPA) called on Congress “to pass legislation to clarify that CBD derived from the hemp plant is a lawful dietary ingredient if the dietary supplement containing the CBD meets established product safety and quality criteria.”

Webinar: Compliance with FDA’s Revised Nutrition Labeling Regulations

Nutrition labeling requirements for foods and supplements scheduled to take effect January 1, 2020

Nutrition labeling requirements for foods and dietary supplements are scheduled to take effect January 1, 2020 for manufacturers with $10 million or more in annual sales and January 1, 2021 for smaller manufacturers.

Food & Beverage Issue Alliance requests FDA enforcement discretion for new nutrition labeling rule

AHPA joins 12 leading trade associations to request FDA enforcement discretion

AHPA joined 12 leading trade associations to advocate FDA to provide flexibility in its enforcement of the new nutrition labeling rules as the January 1, 2020 compliance date approaches. In a letter to Acting FDA Commissioner Dr. Ned Sharpless, the associations, acting as the Food & Beverage Issue Alliance, requested FDA to to provide a six-month period of enforcement discretion following the compliance date.

Webinar: Adverse Event Reports (AERs) and Recalls of Dietary Supplements

In-depth review of AER requirements and recent AER and recall data and trends

Dr. Rick Kingston, an industry expert with more than 35-years of experience, presents on serious adverse event report (SAER) data and observations. Ashish Talati, a partner with Amin Talati & Wasserman and one of the industry’s foremost experts on FDA regulatory matters, joins Dr. Kingston to review dietary supplement legal and regulatory SAER obligations. In addition, AHPA Chief Information Officer Dr. Merle Zimmermann presents an overview of recent FDA recall data.
September 2019 AHPA Report: Labeling guidance, GRAS, Glyphosate, AHPA at AOAC and more

September 2019 AHPA Report: Labeling guidance, GRAS, Glyphosate, AHPA at AOAC and more

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The September 2019 AHPA Report includes guidance on herbal supplement labeling, AHPA at AOAC INTERNATIONAL, climate action in the health and nutrition industry, the glyphosate debate, GRAS: Meeting the burden of persuasion, AHPA at SupplySide West and more.

Guidance: Federal Labeling Requirements for Herbal Dietary Supplements

Updated to reflect changes from May 2016 Final Rule revising FDA’s nutrition labeling regulations

AHPA has revised it's labeling guidance for herbal dietary supplements to cover updated nutrition labeling requirements for foods and dietary supplements that are scheduled to take effect January 1, 2020 for manufacturers with $10 million or more in annual sales and January 1, 2021 for smaller manufacturers.

AHPA presents at the AOAC INTERNATIONAL 133rd Annual Meeting & Exposition

Michael McGuffin and Holly Johnson, Ph.D. outline ways AOAC analytical methods can support the herbal supplement industry

AHPA President Michael McGuffin and Chief Science Officer Holly Johnson, Ph.D. presented at the AOAC International 133rd Annual Meeting and Exposition to help the organization further develop analytical methods for botanicals used in herbal supplements.

Online Sustainability Bootcamp -- Fall Session

Oct. 17 - Nov. 21 -- Discount for AHPA members

NSF offers a comprehensive 6-week online training program specifically designed for busy professionals in the food, supplements and beverage industries who aim to lead successful sustainability programs that positively impact their company and communities.
Dietary supplement recalls are relatively infrequent according to recent FDA data

Dietary supplement recalls are relatively infrequent according to recent FDA data

Two percent of more than 800 recalls initiated in 2019 involved dietary supplement products

Recall data from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) shows that 14 of 803 (1.7 percent) recorded recalls initiated in 2019 involved dietary supplements, and among these, three were Class I recalls (the most serious recall class), according to an article published in the August 2019 AHPA Report.
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