FDA labeling is one of the most important regulatory requirements for dietary supplements in that it provides the consumer the necessary information on the product. Indeed, ensuring that all [...]
If you’re a dietary supplement manufacturer or distributor, know that FDA and FTC now encourage the public to report dietary supplement labeling violations.
Animal dietary supplement manufacturers and distributors can run afoul of FDA prohibitions against “drug” claims and receive an FDA warning letter, unless they understand how FDA regulates animal [...]
If you want to sell healthcare products online, the legal hurdles can be steep.
Substantiating claims matters whenever you bring a dietary supplement, cosmetic (or skin care product), or medical device to market - why?
Can a dietary supplement company link to scientific references that show that that the dietary supplement product is effective in treating a disease such as cancer, diabetes, or hypertension?
Because marketing and distributing dietary supplements carries FDA risk, we offer sample strategies to reduce FDA risk when selling dietary supplements.
New York's Attorney General initiated the investigation against major retailers of herbal supplements, based on DNA testing of plant materials suggesting contaminants, and mislabeling; was the [...]
Key Points for Physicians and other Healthcare Licensees to Consider When Selling Dietary Supplements to Patients
Sales of dietary supplements by physicians, acupuncturists, chiropractors, and other licensed professionals raise thorny legal issues.