The practice of dietary supplement manufacturers selling products with hidden active pharmaceuticals (APIs) “defies logic,” and is a practice not often undertaken by companies registered with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), “like responsible companies are,” said Capt. Jason Humbert, R.N., national health fraud coordinator in the FDA’s Office of Regulatory Affairs. He made the remarks during a webinar sponsored by the FDA’s Division of Drug Information. The FDA regulates both finished dietary supplements and dietary ingredients. But inspectors typically do not find adulteration – or the inclusion of hidden ingredients – during good manufacturing practice inspections. That’s because tainted ... Read More
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