AHPA's Guidance Documents for the Manufacture and Sale of Botanical Extracts

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AHPA’s Guidance Documents for the Manufacture and Sale of Botanical Extracts

AHPA's Guidance Documents for the Manufacture and Sale of Botanical Extracts (2001)

Published: Tuesday, June 26, 2001

This document Sets forth guidelines for procedures and issues encountered in the manufacture, sale and labeling of herbal extracts. A collection of five documents that sets forth guidelines for procedures and issues encountered in the manufacture, sale and labeling of herbal extracts. The complete set of five documents:

  • Retail Labeling of Dietary Supplements Containing Soft or Powdered Botanical Extracts
  • Manufacture and Sale of Bulk Botanical Extracts
  • Use of Marker Compounds in Manufacturing and Labeling Botanically Derived Dietary Supplements
  • Standardization of Botanical Products (also sold separately, below)
  • Manual for Alcohol Tax Drawbacks for Manufacturers of Nonbeverage Products Sold as Liquid Herbal Supplements (also sold separately, below)
Member Price: $49.99
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