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For its annual year-in-review series, Chain Drug Review featured CHPA's President & CEO, Scott Melville, who offered industry insights from last year and thoughts on the outlook for 2021.

Jan 7, 2021

Press Releases and Statements

Today’s column in the Los Angeles Times is aligned with calls from responsible manufacturers in the dietary supplement industry who agree that regulations need to be modernized and strengthened.

Dec 15, 2020

Press Releases and Statements

The U.S. dietary supplement industry commends FDA for taking action to protect consumers by calling out marketers who make illegal and unsubstantiated drug claims related to COVID-19.

Apr 6, 2020


CHPA believes that FDA’s revised 2016 Draft Guidance is an important step in helping to improve manufacturer understanding of, and compliance with, the new dietary ingredient notification requirement in Section 413 of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act.

Dec 12, 2016


Echoing earlier comments submitted to the agency, CHPA and its member companies marketing dietary supplement products support the presumption of safety for dietary ingredients outlined in the 1994 passage of DSHEA.

Oct 24, 2013


We take this opportunity to voice our support of comments submitted by the Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN) regarding the appropriate interpretation of the term “chemically altered” under Section 413(a)(1) of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act.

Jul 12, 2013


We take this opportunity to voice our support of comments submitted by the American Herbal Products Association regarding proposed revisions to the agency's Draft Guidance on New Dietary Ingredient Notification.

May 10, 2013

Press Releases and Statements

The five associations representing the dietary supplement industry have requested that FDA issue revised guidance on new dietary ingredient (NDI) notifications, with a specific focus on the information to be included to identify the new dietary ingredient.

May 6, 2013


CHPA supports rules governing the regulation of dietary supplements as a special type of food. The association has long advocated Good Manufacturing Practices for dietary supplements.

Aug 8, 2003

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CHPA supports the regulatory authorities governing dietary supplement manufacturing, labeling, and marketing and works to ensure the availability of safe dietary supplements.

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