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Nature’s Way coordinates tour of Garnay ginkgo farm for Sen. Scott staff

Nature’s Way coordinates tour of Garnay ginkgo farm for Sen. Scott staff

Farm established in 1982 now provides ginkgo leaves sold in products in 80 countries worldwide

AHPA advocates for inclusion of the Hemp Production amendment in the 2018 Farm Bill

AHPA encourages Senate and House conferees to remove unnecessary restriction in conference

AHPA strongly supports inclusion of the provisions of the Hemp Farming Act of 2018 in the Farm Bill, as included in the version passed by the Senate on June 28, 2018, and notes that similar language is not included in the House version of this legislation (H.R. 2).

In Florida, the berries have hit the fan in the August 2018 AHPA Report!

August 2018 AHPA Report

CA Prop 65 Webinar: Update on Regulatory, Compliance and Litigation Developments

An overview of several significant developments related to Prop 65

Companies that sell products in California should understand these recent changes and be prepared for additional changes that are in development. A solid compliance plan will help your company mitigate the risk of expensive litigation.
The Cleveland Clinic's Galina Roofener to Keynote 7th Annual AHPA Botanical Congress

The Cleveland Clinic's Galina Roofener to Keynote 7th Annual AHPA Botanical Congress

Presented in cooperation with the American Botanical Council

Nov. 10, 2018 - SupplySide West - Mandalay Bay -- Las Vegas

Claims substantiation webinar

Ensure supplement claims are truthful, legal, substantiated, and will help maximize your marketing

To help the supplement industry comply with the law while maximizing sales, this webinar will provide an overview of claims requirements and how to avoid the potholes of noncompliance. A panel of industry lawyers and a representative from FTC will address legal standards, today’s regulatory environment and the lawsuit risks and liabilities marketers face if claims are not adequately supported.

Whey powder causes recalls by Associated Milk Producers and several food brands

Company identifies this as a “precautionary recall”

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.

California court affirms Prop 65 lead MADL at 0.5 mcg per day

Appeals Court rejects lawsuit challenging established standard for Proposition 65 warnings

On June 5, 2018, the California Court of Appeal ruled against private plaintiff Mateel Environmental Justice Foundation (Mateel) and upheld the current 0.5 microgram per day safe harbor for lead, as set in 1989 by the predecessor agency to the Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA). The ruling has since been finalized by the Court. Mateel had sought to force OEHHA to repeal the regulations for setting a “maximum allowable dose level” (MADL) for lead as a reproductive toxicant and to revoke the safe harbor for lead. 
CRS report details challenges and opportunities for growing U.S. hemp industry

CRS report details challenges and opportunities for growing U.S. hemp industry

Hemp as an Agricultural Commodity

Recent market and import data for hemp products and ingredients show that the U.S. market has a highly dedicated and growing demand base, according to a recent report by the Congressional Research Service (CRS).

Submit data for new tonnage survey

Complete survey to support sustainable harvests

AHPA's Tonnage Survey is considered "a vital index of native U.S. botanical consumption," according to the Fish and Wildlife Service of the U.S. Department of the Interior. If your company is a primary raw material producer, your input is essential to helping defend ongoing sustainable harvest of North American herbs.
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