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    IADSA update on international supplement regulations

    July 2020 IADSA Newsflash

    Published: Monday, August 3, 2020

    AHPA is an active member of IADSA and is distributing the IADSA Newsflash as a member benefit. IADSA is an association focused on the globalization of food supplement markets and regulatory challenges. This issue of the IADSA Newsflash covers:

    • Korea has updated its functional food code to include ginseng as helpful to bone health.
    • Korea is considering adding limits for cannabidiol (CBD) to provisions for hemp seed and hemp seed oil.
    • The European Commission (EC) acknowledged the potential to consider traditional use of botanicals in the efficacy assessment of health claims when traditional medicine products exist for botanicals used in foods
    • The EC has determined kudzu (Pueraria lobata) extracts to be novel foods.
    • Belgium has issued recommendations regarding cinnamon bark and basil essential oils in capsules.
    • The Ireland Food Safety Authority is considering the basis for the use of the BELFRIT list for the Irish market.
    • Latvia has noticed a negative list of botanicals prohibited for use in foods.
    • The Office for Risk Assessment and research in the Netherlands has issued guidance regarding the safe use of black cohosh preparations.
    • Switzerland has new food safety regulations which include a negative list of plants and plant parts not allowed in food.
    • Australian TGA is reclassifying certain sports supplements to be regulated as medicines.
    • South Africa has down scheduled CBD to a category of complementary medicine.
    • Belarus has adopted provisions for traceability for sports supplements.

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